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Mississippi State vs. Alabama CashBet Wagering Analysis and Odds

Mississippi State Bulldogs vs. Alabama Crimson Tide College Football betting preview, odds and picks

Coaching opposites will attract when Alabama hosts Mississippi State.  At the beginning, are extremely different NCAAF bets personalities.  Bulldog coach Mike Leach has numerous interests beyond football.  In fact, he never likes to discuss football.  Nor does Leach work 24/7/365 like his contemporaries.  His playbook has six passing plays and a few runs.  Counter to that is Alabama coach Nick Saban.  Indeed, the Nicktator is the ultimate workaholic.  Saban is obsessed with his job.  In particular, he is a recruiting machine.  Yet both coaches are successful.

CFB Betting: Mississippi State Bulldogs vs. Alabama Crimson Tide Information

Date: Saturday, October 22, 2022
Time: 7 p.m. ET
Location: Bryant Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
TV Coverage: ESPN

Mississippi State Bulldogs vs. Alabama Crimson Tide Betting Odds

Mississippi St +21 ( -110 ) 62 ( -110 ) +940
Alabama -21 ( -110 ) 62 ( -110 ) -1660
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Mississippi State vs. Alabama CashBet Wagering Analysis

Casual gamblers will storm the betting window for action on the Crimson Tide.  Alabama is the most powerful top online sportsbook brand on the board.  Especially at home.

Counter to that is a value possibility on Mississippi State.  Many Gamblers will question if Hail State is getting enough points.  Hence, Oddsmakers will enhance the price on the Bulldogs.  The guys making the line know that squares are enamored with the Alabama brand.  They must make Mississippi State more attractive to draw action away from the Tide.

Bulldogs Flop vs. Kentucky as Gamblers Burned   

Last game, the Mississippi State Bulldogs lost 27-17 against the Kentucky Wildcats as 3.5-point road favorites.  The game went under the Betting on College Football total of 50.5.  Mississippi State has a record of 5-2 straight up, 4-2-1 against the spread, and 4-3 over/under the total.  Miss State ranks 54th for total offense, 9th for passing, 122nd for rushing, and 33rd for scoring.  Defensively they rank 66th overall, 56th against the pass, 81st against the rush, and 35th for points allowed.  Also, Hail State ranks 105th for fewest turnovers lost and 17th for takeaways.

Coach Mark Stoops tasked No. 22 UK to do better.  And the Wildcats rebounded from a sluggish outing with a winning performance.  Chris Rodriguez Jr. rushed for 196 yards and two fourth-quarter scores.

At the same time, Will Levis returned from a one-game absence to throw a go-ahead touchdown pass.  Rodriguez had a career-high with 30 carries.  And he had a season-high in yardage in his third game back from a suspension.  He rushed for touchdowns of 16 and 7 yards.  In turn, Rodriguez became the fourth Kentucky player to break 3,000 in a career.

Certainly, Kentucky sorely needed his second score for insurance.  Following Emmanuel Forbes’ 59 yards interception return for a touchdown to get the Bulldogs within 20-17.

Crimson Tide of Anger After Poor Performance on Rocky Top  

Last game, the Alabama Crimson Tide lost 52-49 against the Tennessee Volunteers as 9.5-point road favorites.  The game went over the bet on NCAAF total of 68.  Alabama has a record of 6-1 straight up, 4-3 against the spread, and 3-4 over/under the total.  Alabama ranks 8th for total offense, 37th for passing, 12th for rushing, and 5th for scoring.  Defensively they rank 16th overall, 32nd against the pass, 15th against the rush, and 19th for points allowed.  Also, Alabama ranks 102nd for fewest turnovers lost and 110th for takeaways.

Chase McGrath kicked a 40-yard field goal as time expired to give No. 6 Tennessee a win for the ages over No. 3 Alabama.  The field goal was not a work of art.  To illuminate it was a wobbling knuckleball.  Still, it counted.

Previously, Hendon Hooker drove the Vols 45 yards in 13 seconds to set up the winner.  An 18-yard pass to Ramel Keyton and a 27-yard hookup with Bru McCoy set the stage for the payout.

Of major concern was that the Tide had 17 penalties for 130 yards.  That total was the most during the Saban era.  Bryce Young, a game-time decision because of a sprained right shoulder two weeks ago, completed 35 passes for 455 yards and two TDs for the Tide.

Mississippi State vs. Alabama CashBet Free Pick  

In this situation, gamblers should brace for a Betting on NCAAF Crimson Tide.  Playing Alabama after they lost epitomizes bad timing.

Mississippi State vs. Alabama CashBet Best Bet

Alabama Crimson Tide


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