If you would like to read our game preview between San Diego State and BYU please click on this link. This write-up is a prediction based on statistical data. We are not professional odds makers we are fans of the game. If you take our advice you take it at your own risk. The prediction below is going to end up being a lot closer than we predict. This game will be hard-fought but if BYU turns the ball over it has potential to be high scoring. SDSU enters the game as the better team (32nd).
NCAA SEASON LEADERS FBS
|Team||Total Offense||Pass OFF
||Rush OFF||Pass Def||Run Def|
The following table includes statistics from the 2012 NCAA Football season’s for both San Diego State University. We took the score, first downs, rushing touchdowns,passing touchdowns and divided each category by 12 (both teams have played 12 games). The rushing and passing yards below on the chart are the yards averaged by each team per game this season.
3 Things Both San Diego State and BYU have In common.
The following graph provides more information that San Diego State will beat BYU by at least one touchdown. San Diego State and BYU have three things in common from the regular season those three things are games played against the same opponent. The graph below is the average stats from San Diego State and from BYU in regards to the three games both teams have in common.
SDSU Record 2-1:
San Jose State: Loss (21 to 29)
Hawaii: Win (52 to 14)
Boise State: Win (21 to 19)
BYU Record 1-2:
San Jose State: Loss (14 to 20)
Hawaii: Win (47 to 0)
Boise State: Loss (6 to 7)
The following chart pits the best running back from San Diego State University (Adam Muema) against the best running back from BYU (Jamaal Jefferson). The better running back is San Diego State’s Adam Muema.
Adam Muema National Rank: 17th
Jamaal Jefferson Nation Rank: Tied for 117th
The following chart pits the starting quarterback from San Diego State University (Adam Dingwell) against the starting quarterback from BYU (Riley Nelson). The better quarterback is BYU’s Riley Nelson
Adam Dingwell National Ranking: Not Ranked
Riley Nelson National Ranking: Not Ranked
The following chart pits the best tight end and wide receiver from San Diego State University (Gavin Escobar and Brice Butler) against the best tight end and wide receiver from BYU (Friel Kaneakua and Cody Hoffman). San Diego State has the better Tight End (Gavin Escobar) BYU has the better wide receiver (Cody Hoffman).
Gavin Escober National Ranking: 201st
Brice Butler National Ranking: 325th
Friel Kaneakua National Ranking: 387th
Cody Hoffman National Ranking: 20th
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