Wyoming vs Georgia State Predictions for 2019 Arizona Bowl
The 2019-20 college football bowl season is upon us, with each team battling out one final effort to end their season on a high note. In this year's NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl, the Wyoming Cowboys take on the Georgia State Panthers. Currently, the Cowboys are 7-point favorites over the Panthers, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
If you're looking to place a wager on this game, it's always wise to take into consideration what some industry experts have to say first. With that in mind, here are some expert predictions for the 2019 Arizona Bowl between Georgia State and Wyoming.
Arizona Bowl Predictions
Jake Rill, of Bleacher Report, gave his against the spread (ATS) predictions for every bowl game, and as of Dec. 15, he predicts the favored Cowboys will cover up to a 7.5-point spread.
Neil Greenberg and Matt Bonesteel, of the Washington Post, are both predicting an outright Wyoming win. However, Greenberg believes that the Cowboys will cover the 7-point spread, while Bonesteel believes Georgia State will keep things within seven points.
Adam Rittenberg, senior writer at ESPN, expects the Cowboys to win and cover the spread due to their overwhelming advantage along the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball, predicting a convincing 37-20 Wyoming victory.
Overall, all four experts mentioned above predict that Wyoming will win outright, with Bonesteel as the lone expert expecting Georgia State to cover the spread.
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