Toledo vs Wyoming Prediction NCAAF Picks Today 12/30
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- Dec 30, 2023, 10:54:55 AM
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NCAAF Predictions: Barstool Sports Arizona Bowl - Toledo vs. Wyoming
Get ready for an exciting matchup as the Toledo Rockets take on the Wyoming Cowboys in the Barstool Sports Arizona Bowl on December 30, 2023, at 2:30 PM in Arizona Stadium, Tucson, AZ. Here's a detailed analysis of the upcoming game:
The Barstool Sports Arizona Bowl is set to kick off at 2:30 PM in Arizona Stadium, with a game-time temperature of 63 degrees in Tucson, AZ. The CW NETWORK/Barstool will provide live coverage. Wyoming holds a -3.5 point spread advantage, and the Over/Under is set at 44.5 points.
Team Stats and Leaders
Quarterback D. Finn has been a standout player with 2657 passing yards and 22 touchdowns. However, it's crucial to note that Finn has committed to Baylor for the 2024 season, and his absence might impact Toledo's performance. Running back P. Boone and receiver J. Newton will need to step up to fill the void.
Quarterback A. Peasley has contributed 1823 passing yards and 20 touchdowns. Running back H. Waylee and receiver W. Wieland will play key roles in Wyoming's offensive strategy.
Toledo enters the Arizona Bowl with an impressive 11-2 record. However, they faced a setback in their last game against M-OH. The absence of quarterback D. Finn will be a significant challenge for Toledo.
Wyoming comes into the bowl game with an 8-4 record. They have showcased strong performances, including a convincing win against NEV in their last game. The Cowboys will look to capitalize on Toledo's quarterback situation.
The Barstool Sports Arizona Bowl presents an intriguing matchup with Toledo facing challenges due to the absence of quarterback D. Finn, who has committed to Baylor for the 2024 season. Wyoming, with quarterback A. Peasley leading the offense, has an opportunity to exploit this situation.
Expect Wyoming to take advantage of Toledo's quarterback transition, and with a -3.5 points spread, the Cowboys are predicted to win and cover. Wyoming's well-rounded performance and Toledo's quarterback situation tip the scales in favor of the Cowboys.