NCAAF Handicappers Preview: Eastern Michigan (1-7) vs. Ohio (7-1) 11/1 6:00 PM EST.

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The best sports handicappers preview this NCAAF Matchup featuring the Eastern Michigan Eagles, at the Ohio Bobcats.


Current Odds have the Bobcats as 15 point favorites, while the total sits at 58.5.

Looking back, you would have to go all the way back to 1999 to find the last Eagles win vs. the Bobcats. Tonight, shouldn’t be anything different. In fact, experts are laying heavy dollars on Ohio, as well as the over.


At 1-7 Eastern Michigan has lost to the likes of Illinios State, Purdue, Michigan State, Kent State and Toledo. Their only win this season came against Army on October 20th when the Eagles edged Army by 10. The Eagles 5’10” running back from Grand Rapids, Bronson Hill, seems to be the only thing holding this team together at this point, with 74 rushing attempts and 605 yards, he has combined for 7 TD’s. Hill also has 7 catches for 148 yards receiving. The Eagles have averaged 336.1 total yards on the year, 186 through the air and 150 on the ground. The team also averages 22 points per game.


Meanwhile, the Bobcats find themselves in a much better position, with junior RB Beau Blankenship, and junior QB Tyler Tettleton at the helm. Tettleton has thrown for 12 TDs on 1645 yards passing. He also has a completion percentage of 60.4 and has only thrown one pick this year. Blankenship on the other hand is overshadowing Tettleton, with 214 rushes for 1025 yards and 8 combined touchdowns. Blankenship also has 12 catches for 141 receiving yards. The Bobcats have averaged 450 total passing yards, to go with 240 through the air and 210 on the ground. An average of 34.4 PPG makes this a quality pick.


This looks to be an easy pick, Ohio should win this one handily, also with these two teams combining to score and score often, many are leaning towards the over here.


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