Baylor vs. Rice NCAAF Pick – Week 4

The Baylor Bears a sleeper in the Big 12, will Remain Because of their Week 4 matchup against the Rice Owls in Texas.

Baylor are off to a quick start with blowouts over SFA and UTSA. Baylor and any competition haven’t played to date. They don’t have the ability to stay informed about a school like Baylor, although no sympathy for UTSA and SFA.
This wins’ most impressive part is their games were won by Baylor. They blew out Stephen F. Austin with a score of 56-17 and then had things rolling against UTSA the next week, 63-14. Baylor were off last week on a bye, so they go into Rice feeling fresh and ready to go.
Rice are currently coming from a loss against the Texas Longhorns with a score of 48-13. Texas were on the heels of one of the most important matches of the year against LSU, so that I can not with certainly the Longhorns were even into the game. Texas were able to blow Rice out and cover the spread despite going through the moves.
The Owls are searching for their first win of the season against Baylor this weekend. They were winners with a score of 41-21 14-7, against Army and Wake Forest, as Rice go into this one with a set of 0-3. Starting quarterback, Wiley Green, could be straight back against the Bears, which could help Rice.
It’s notable after putting motionless to a strike against Wake Forest that Green could return. Preventing a life changing injury and getting back on the field this season is a triumph. He had been on the floor for a while before putting stretchered off the area. I don’t know if Green being rear is going to have an impact on the final score.
He is not a enormous difference maker, but may be a better option than move from Harvard. Rice has a tall order from the Baylor offense on Saturday afternoon. They couldn’t handle Texas and Baylor are currently going to be equally difficult. Head under for our complimentary Baylor vs. Rice select.
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Baylor have been had a bye week and haven’t needed to leave the country of Texas this year. So, while there are rumblings of becoming Baylor a major threat in the Big 12, we do understand where they stand compared to say Oklahoma or Texas. Everyone is Oklahoma and contains Jalen Hurts but their competition has been feeble.
Even after this week, we are not going to be wholly sure about Baylor. Should they embarrass Rice, not changes to the Bears. They have already blown competition around exactly the exact identical amount out as Rice, therefore Baylor will remain stagnant.
Their challenge that is best might not come until October 19th from Oklahoma State. They have a couple of tricky spots late in the calendar year, together with back-to-back matches from Oklahoma and Texas. In any case, Baylor and the program can play they’ve at the moment and they have been managing their business.
Charlie Brewer, baylor QB, was producing it seem easy through the air with 6 death touchdowns and no interceptions. Whatever Baylor have wanted to do, while it’s on the ground or air, they’ve managed to achieve. The ground attack has been impressive.
Baylor are 5th at the FBS. Rice is not anyone as well, although they might not have played with anyone yet. The Owls are all 113th in the nation with 201 yards allowed per game to the floor. Overall, they’re 105th from the country using 435 yards allowed a game, combined with 34.3 points per game resisted. Anticipate it to be made by Brewer look easy, but the stars of this game are going to be in the backfield. Start looking to stand up the yards from this paper-thin defense.
Whether Green or Stewart understands the beginning here for Rice is not likely to issue. The Bears have been getting after it defensively too in 2019. They’ve allowed only 15.5 points per game and therefore so are 20th in the FBS with 272 rushing yards per game. I forecast a 45-14 win for Baylor on Saturday day, giving us a solid play on Baylor at -26.5.

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