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Bowl Picks Louisiana Tech vs. Arkansas State Point Spread Picks Preview

The 2015-16 college football bowls are here and it is time to break down the against the spread predictions information on the game between Arkansas State vs. Louisiana Tech in the New Orleans Bowl. The live betting line on this game is Louisiana Tech -1.5 and 69. They opened as a one-point favorite and a total of 66. A small majority of 59 percent favor Tech at the Las Vegas and offshore sportsbook, while a stunning 85 percent are anteing down on the over.

Commencing with running the ball, the better team in terms of yards per rush is Arkansas State by .3. The key numbers say the better big play team insofar as passing yards per completion is concerned is LA Tech by .5. Squares are oblivious to and sharps impose on the bookmakers yards per point. Offensively the more effectual unit is ASU by 1.8 less.

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Now to the same numbers on defense. Yards per rush says Louisiana Tech is better allowing .8 fewer. Passing yards per completion consequences make the superior defense is Tech by 1.0. The more disruptive defense in terms of yards per point is Arkansas State allowing .4 fewer.

Insofar as turnover ratio is concerned the better team statistically speaking is Arkansas State by a whopping 13.

Yards per point is determined by dividing total yards by number of points. Offensively a lower number is considered more efficient. On defense, a higher number is better.

Spread trends (all records against the spread): Arkansas State 15-5 to teams with a winning record, 28-11 after accumulating more than 450 total yards in their previous game. LA Tech 9-0 after allowing more than 280 yards passing in their previous game, 10-1 following a double-digit loss at home.

Over/under angles: Arkansas State over 14-2 on turf. LA Tech over 14-5 to teams with a winning record.

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