Kent State vs. Rutgers Pick


NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ (ATS Consultants) – No. 18 Rutgers hosts Kent State on Saturday at 3:30PM ET on ESPN3, live from High Point Solutions Stadium.

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Rutgers is 7-0 this year and 3-0 at home while Kent State is 6-1 overall and 3-1 on the road. The Scarlet Knights are 5-2 against the spread this year while the Golden Flashes are 6-1 ATS. Rutgers has won the last two in this series.

Odds: The oddsmakers at have Rutgers as the favorite at home in this game, as the Knights have odds of -13.5 points against Kent State. The over/under total has been set at 44.5 points.
Line Movement: Opening odds had Rutgers favored by 13 points. The spread has just added the hook and maintained since.

Public Betting: Of the wagers that have been placed on this game, 69% are going on Rutgers with odds of -13.5 points against Kent State. Be sure to click on the public betting link to get the latest odds and betting percentages.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL FREE PICK: Rutgers is 5-0 ATS L5 following a SU win and 4-0 ATS L4 following an ATS win. Rutgers takes on a solid Kent State team that is 6-1 is on verge of its longest single-season winning streak in 72 years. Rutgers (7-0) allows just 69.1 yards rushing per game and has yielded just two rushing touchdowns this season. They face a Kent State team that has averaged 238 yards rushing in their five-game winning streak, but against Rutgers, they are going to have to take to the air. Rutgers has a strong game as well, as they are led by Jawan Jamison leads the Big East with 779 yards. He ran for 114 yards last week against Temple (35-10 win) and Gary Nova tossed four TD to lead the conference with 15. Expect Rutgers’ defense to come up big again.


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