College football and computer expert picks for both Western Kentucky vs Marshall

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It’s Friday (don’t miss BLACK FRIDAY WEEKEND SALE ON VIP SUBSCRIPTIONS) – and that means it’s time to scour the internet for the experts and PC opinion about tomorrow’s game in Huntington between Western Kentucky and Marshall in the USA East Conference Division Championship.

As we usually do, let’s start with computers. The ESPN Football Power Index favors the Thunder Flock, giving MU a 56.7 chance of winning the game. SP + by Bill Connelly It also tilts in Marshall’s favour, as the herd has a slight winning probability of 56 percent and an expected final score of 31-28.

Bleacher Report’s Keri Miller chose Marshall, and listed MU-WKU as his best game of the week among unranked opponents. Here is what abotu the matchup said:

“Same situation as the MAC game, but with better teams with potential repercussions on the passing record for one season all the time. Bailey Zappe of Western Kentucky ranked 34th on that list with 4,640 yards this season, but it’s a good pace to beat BJ Symons’ record (5,833 yards in 2003) scored 5,905 yards if the Hilltoppers win this game to secure his place in the C-USA title game against UTSA.However, I’m afraid he’s not in the cards, because Marshall has a home advantage, and is a superb passing attack of his own. himself, the most powerful minor attack (186.7 yards per game) Western Kentucky has faced all year. Prediction: Marshall 34, Western Kentucky 30″

The three experts at Athlon Sports also went with Marshall on Saturday.

As of Friday afternoon, Marshall remained a slight one-point lead against WKU according to Caesar’s Sportsbook, with a total of over/under 74.5 points.

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