The Toledo Rockets are hoping for anything but locking out the Western Division of the Mid-American Conference when they face the second-placed Ball State Cardinals on Tuesday night’s MACtion. A Rockets victory (6-3, 4-1) would give Toledo a two-game reserve in the division, leaving just two games to go. Meanwhile, the Cardinals (5-4, 3-2) would come out on top with a win and hold the tie-break. The Rockets have won six of their last eight meetings with the Cardinals, including a 22-12 win over Ball State last year.
The Glass Bowl in Toledo, Ohio is scheduled to start at 8:00 pm ET. The Ball State defense is giving up 397.8 yards per game this season while Toledo is behind 347.6. The Rockets scored 11 points in the latest Ball State odds against Caesars Sportsbook’s Toledo for a total of 50.5 points. Before finalizing any Toledo vs. Ball State election or MACtion predictions, you need to see what the SportsLine projection model can say.
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The model is now targeting Toledo vs. Ball State and fixed its forecasts and MACtion forecasts. You can visit SportsLine right now to see the model selection.. Here are the odds and american football betting lines for Ball State vs Toledo:
- Spread Ball State vs Toledo: Toledo -11
- Ball State vs. Toledo Over/Under: 50.5 points
- Moneyline Ball State vs Toledo: Ball State +328, Toledo -430
- BSU: Cardinals are 10-4 against spread in last 14 road games against a team with a winning home record
- TOL: The Rockets 6-2 ATS in last eight conference games
- Ball State vs. Toledo selection: See selections on SportsLine
Why Toledo can cover
The Rockets, who qualify for the 13th straight season, rank first in the MAC in offensive scoring (35.9 points per game), second in passing efficiency (142.92), third in overall the number of attacks (403.2) and jerk (187.4). With sophomore quarterback Dequan Finn’s status still uncertain after he missed last week’s game with an injury, the Toledo offense could rely on sophomore running back Jaques Stewart, who leads the team in rushing with 521 yards on 86 carries. (averaging 6.1) and three touchdowns. Stewart has rushed 100+ yards three times this season, including 14 carries and 107 yards in Buffalo on October 22. vs. Central Michigan on October 1.
Linebacker Jr. Dallas Gant leads the team with 8.8 tackles per game, ninth among MAC players and 39th in the nation. He led the team in tackles in four games, including 11 tackles and one half tackle for a loss, one forced fumble and a pass fall in the season opener against Long Island on September 1. Gant started his student career playing since 2018. until 2021 in Ohio. In 36 games for the Buckeyes, he made 54 career tackles, 3.5 of which were lost.
Why Ball State can cover
Senior wide receiver Jayshawn Jackson leads the Cardinals with 64 receptions for 735 yards (averaging 11.5) and three touchdowns. On November 1 at Kent State, he had 10 receptions, 102 yards, and one touchdown. He had at least 10 receptions in three games this season, including 10 receptions for 122 yards and one touchdown in the loss. to Georgia Southern on September 24th. In his career, including three years in Cincinnati, Jackson had 200 receptions for 2,350 yards (averaging 11.8) and 11 touchdowns.
On defense, junior linebacker Cole Pierce was a devastating force, leading the team with 4.5 sacks for 32 yards. He is third on the team with 73 tackles, including 41 solos, and also has four pass interruptions and one interception. He’s been a beast the past two weeks, with 12 tackles and a sack against Kent State on November 1 and 15 tackles and a sack against Eastern Michigan on October 22. Pierce has 111 tackles in his career, including 62 solo tackles. , with 4.5 sacks, four pass breaks and one interception.
How to Pick Ball State vs Toledo
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