The BYU Cougars (6-5) will battle the Stanford Cardinal (3-8) at Stanford Stadium in Stanford, California. The Cougars, listed aton the spread, take the field as visitors on November 26, 2022 at 11:00 PM ET on FS1 against the Cardinal, on the moneyline to win. Sportsbooks have installed a point total of points for the contest.
The insights in the article below reference odds valid as of November 26, 2022 at 11:26 PM ET. Head to the table below for the latest lines for this contest and click here to get the best DraftKings Sportsbook deposit bonus!
BYU Vs. Stanford Odds
|Stanford (+6.5)||Under (57.5)|
Predictions are calculated by a data-driven algorithm (raw power score) that ranks head-to-head matchup results within a closed network of games. Prediction confidence is determined by the delta between each team’s raw power score.
Team Stat Comparison
|31.6 (44)||Points Per Game||20.9 (108)|
|30.4 (105)||Points Per Game Against||31.9 (113)|
|282.4 (21)||Pass Yards||248.5 (45)|
|228.3 (75)||Pass Yards Against||220.3 (64)|
|156.9 (65)||Rush Yards||112.3 (114)|
|183.7 (106)||Rush Yards Against||212.3 (125)|
|9 (12)||Giveaways||21 (118)|
|11 (107)||Takeaways||9 (123)|
BYU Vs. Stanford Betting Insights
BYU Stats And Trends
- BYU has three wins in 11 games against the spread this year.
- As a 6.5-point or greater favorite, BYU has one win ATS (1-4) this season.
- This season, seven of BYU’s 11 games have go over the point total.
- Cougars games have had more than 57.5 points scored on seven occasions this season.
- The point total average for Cougars games this season is 58.0, 0.5 points higher than the over/under for this matchup.
Stanford Stats And Trends
- Stanford has won twice against the spread this year.
- Stanford has one win ATS (1-5) as a 6.5-point underdog or greater this year.
- Stanford has seen five of its 11 games go over the point total.
- So far this year, four Cardinal games have featured more than 57.5 points scored.
- The over/under for this game is 1.4 points higher than the average scoring total for Cardinal games (56.1).
BYU Players To Watch
- Jaren Hall has 3,078 passing yards (279.8 ypg) to lead BYU, completing 66% of his passes and collecting 29 touchdown passes and six interceptions this season. He’s also chipped in on the ground with 277 rushing yards (25.2 ypg) on 75 carries with two rushing touchdowns.
- Christopher Brown Jr.’s team-high 565 rushing yards (62.8 per game) have come on 88 carries, with five touchdowns this year.
- This season Lopini Katoa has rushed for 333 yards (33.3 per game) on 75 carries with two touchdowns.
- Puka Nacua’s team-high 592 receiving yards (74.0 yards per game) have come on 45 receptions with five touchdowns.
- Keanu Hill has put up a 570-yard season so far (51.8 receiving yards per game) with seven touchdowns, hauling in 35 passes.
- Kody Epps’ 39 receptions have yielded 459 yards (57.4 ypg) and six touchdowns.
Stanford Players To Watch
- Tanner McKee has thrown for 2,634 yards (239.5 ypg) to lead Stanford, completing 60.4% of his passes and tossing 12 touchdown passes and eight interceptions this season.
- Casey Filkins has carried the ball 122 times for a team-high 478 yards (68.3 per game), with four touchdowns this year. He’s also tacked on 17 catches for 205 yards (29.3 per game) and one touchdown.
- This season E.J. Smith has taken 30 carries for 206 yards (103.0 per game) and three touchdowns, while also catching eight passes for 63 yards (31.5 per game) and one touchdown.
- Elijah Higgins’ team-leading 627 receiving yards (57.0 yards per game) have come on 52 receptions with two touchdowns.
- Ben Yurosek has racked up 426 receiving yards (38.7 yards per game) and one touchdown, reeling in 47 passes this year.
- Michael Wilson’s 26 receptions this season have resulted in 418 yards (69.7 ypg) and four touchdowns.