Kent State Golden Flashes vs. Ball State Cardinals - 11/23/19 College Football Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Ball State Cardinals at Kent State Golden Flashes
Saturday, November 23, 2019 at 12:00 PM (Dix Stadium)
BALL-3.5 O/U 65
Two 4-6 teams will tangle this weekend when Ball State plays at Kent State. Last weekend Ball State gave up a big fourth-quarter lead and lost by a single point on a late touchdown. Kent State scored 24 unanswered points in the last eight minutes to win its game by three on a field goal as time expired.
Both teams are giving up an average of 30.9 points per game. Ball State is averaging 33.9 and Kent State is at 25.4. Ball State has a fairly prolific offense, cranking out 239 yards passing and 204 rushing. Kent Tate averages 198 passing and 165 rushing. Ball State has been giving up 240 yards passing. Kent State has been giving up 253 to opponents rushers.
Drew Pit has passed for 2393 yards for Ball State, with 20 touchdowns and seven interceptions. Caleb Huntley has 949 yards rushing and seven touchdowns. Walter Fletcher has 574 yards and is averaging 5.7 yards per carry. Justin Hall has 608 yards receiving and Riley Miller has 549. They have 11 touchdown receptions together. The Ball State defense has 13 interceptions, and four players have more than one each.
Dustin Crum has 1767 yards passing, 15 touchdowns and two interceptions for Kent State. Crum leads the team in rushing with 408 yards. Two more players have around 350 yards rushing each. Kent State has nine rushing touchdowns on the season. Kent State has four interceptions and Jamal Parker has three of them.
Ball State has won the last two games between these teams and leads the all-time series 21-7.
Kent State is heading into the game here relying on Crum quite heavily and that will make it harder for the Golden Flashes to get a good game here offensively. Granted, the Cardinals have some issues in the game here and that makes it easier for you to get the easier pick from Ball State in this game. Final Score Prediction, Ball State Cardinals win and cover 28-21.