Tom Stryker’s Free Football Play September 18th


#164 WASHINGTON (-17) over Arkansas St at 4:15 PM EST
Off a pair of dismal performances against Montana and Michigan, Washington will rally the troops and pick up a huge win against visiting Arkansas State on Saturday. The Red Wolves enter this contest with a 1-1 SU record and, off last week’s high-scoring 55-50 home loss to Memphis, this will prove to be a tough trip for head coach Butch Jones and his boys.

Technically speaking, this is a lucrative spot for the Huskies. For starters, since 1981, Washington has been a force at home against non-conference foes inking a sensational 71-14 SU record. In addition, since 1980, game three non-conference hosts that check in with an 0-2 SU record and off an ATS loss hold a profitable 41-24 ATS tally provided they are battling a foe that scoots in off an ATS victory. If our “play on” side was on the road last, this technical situation tightens up to a money-making 26-12 ATS including an elite 23-8 ATS provided they arrive off a non-conference battle. That bodes well for UW.

This isn’t the best wagering spot for ASU either. Defensively Arkansas State has struggled through two games allowing an average of 38.0 points and 509.0 total yards. In addition, when coming off a pointspread victory, the Red Wolves have hit rock bottom in their next matchup posting a soft 5-12 ATS record. Even worse, on foreign soil arriving off an ATS win, Coach Jones’ troops hold a dismal 17-37 SU and 20-33-1 ATS mark including a horrible 10-25-1 ATS if they are priced as an underdog or a favorite of -3 or less. With those two parameters live and ASU arriving off a non-conference war, this team trend slips to a woeful 2-13 SU and 3-12 ATS.

The Red Wolves like to throw the football around and that plays right into the strength of this Huskies defense. Even though UW’s offense has sputtered, they’ll explode matched up against an ASU stop unit that is one of the worst in college football. Take Washington. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.

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