Kansas StateKansas State vs. TCUTCU Trend Finder

ML SPREAD TOTAL
Kansas StateKansas State 31
-113
-1
(-108)
O 60.5
(-105)
TCUTCU 28
-102
+1
(-106)
U 60.5
(-113)
NCAAFNCAAF
FINAL (12/3/2022)
Kansas StateKansas State
Kansas StateLAST 10 GAMES
STRAIGHT UP RECORD:
ALERT!7 WINS, 3 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK:
3 WINS IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD:
6 WINS, 3 LOSSES, 1 PUSH
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK:
3 WINS IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS:
6 OVERS, 4 UNDERS
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK:
2 OVERS IN A ROW
Kansas StateLAST 10 GAMES AS AWAY TEAM
STRAIGHT UP RECORD AS AWAY TEAM:
6 WINS, 4 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK AS AWAY TEAM:
2 WINS IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD AS AWAY TEAM:
5 WINS, 3 LOSSES, 2 PUSHES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK AS AWAY TEAM:
2 WINS IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS AS AWAY TEAM:
5 OVERS, 5 UNDERS
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK AS AWAY TEAM:
1 OVER IN A ROW
TCUTCU
TCULAST 10 GAMES
STRAIGHT UP RECORD:
ALERT!10 WINS, 0 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK:
ALERT!10 WINS IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD:
ALERT!7 WINS, 3 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK:
1 WIN IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS:
ALERT!7 OVERS, 3 UNDERS
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK:
1 OVER IN A ROW
TCULAST 10 GAMES AS HOME TEAM
STRAIGHT UP RECORD AS HOME TEAM:
ALERT!8 WINS, 2 LOSSES
STRAIGHT UP STREAK AS HOME TEAM:
ALERT!8 WINS IN A ROW
AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD AS HOME TEAM:
6 WINS, 4 LOSSES
AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK AS HOME TEAM:
3 WINS IN A ROW
TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS AS HOME TEAM:
6 OVERS, 4 UNDERS
TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK AS HOME TEAM:
1 OVER IN A ROW
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Related News (NCAAF News)

No. 13 Kansas State beats No. 3 TCU in OT for Big 12 title

Sat, Dec 3, 2022
NCAAF News (AP)

No. 13 Kansas State beats No. 3 TCU in OT for Big 12 title

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Ty Zentner kicked a 31-yard field goal in overtime and No. 13 Kansas State beat No. 3 TCU 31-28 in the Big 12 championship game Saturday, leaving the Horned Frogs to wait another day to find out if they had already done enough to get into the four-team College Football Playoff.

The Wildcats (10-3, No. 10 CFP) set up the winning field goal after TCU (12-1, No. 3 CFP) had the first overtime possession and Kendre Miller was stopped short on consecutive plays from inside the 1.

Deuce Vaughn ran for 130 yards and a touchdown and Will Howard threw two TDs for the Wildcats, who six weeks earlier jumped out to a 28-10 lead early in the second quarter before TCU scored the game's last 28 points.

The first Big 12 team to complete a regular season undefeated since Texas in 2009, TCU could still get into the playoff. While their case was helped when fourth-ranked Southern California (11-2) lost 47-24 to Utah in the Pac-12 championship game Friday night, the Frogs now have to wait until the final CFP rankings come out Sunday.

SEC CHAMPIONSHIP

NO. 1 GEORGIA 50, NO. 11 LSU 30

ATLANTA (AP) - With all sorts of turmoil behind them in the rankings, Georgia left no doubt about the top team heading into the College Football Playoff, dismantling LSU 50-30 in the Southeastern Conference championship game.

Stetson Bennett's threw a season-high four touchdown passes in another stellar postseason performance, while Christopher Smith gave the Bulldogs an early spark with a heads-up play that turned a seemingly harmless blocked field goal into a 96-yard TD.

Not that any fortuitous breaks were needed, but Georgia (13-0, No. 1 CFP) caught a big one when a deflected pass bounced off an LSU receiver's helmet and wound up being picked off by the Bulldogs, setting up a score that contributed to a 35-10 lead by halftime.

LSU's hopes of denying the reigning national champs their first SEC title since 2017 were further dampened by quarterback Jayden Daniels re-injuring a sore right ankle late in the first half. Not that backup Garrett Nussmeier played poorly, guiding the Tigers (9-4, No. 14 CFP) to three second-half touchdowns.

AAC CHAMPIONSHIP

NO. 18 TULANE 45, NO. 22 UCF 28

NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Michael Pratt accounted for 442 total yards and five touchdowns, Tyjae Spears highlighted his 199 yards rushing with a 60-yard score and Tulane beat UCF 45-28 in the American Athletic Conference championship game.

The victory virtually assured Tulane (11-2) would play in the Cotton Bowl - its first major New Year's Day bowl since the 1939 season - only one season after going 2-10.

Pratt passed for a career-high 394 yards, including touchdowns of 73 yards to Duece Watts, 60 and 10 yards to Shae Wyatt and 43 yards to Lawrence Keys. Pratt also ran for a pivotal 18-yard touchdown with 4:04 left.

The Green Wave, which earned the right to host the title game by ending Cincinnati's 32-game home winning streak last weekend, avenged a 38-31 regular-season loss to UCF (9-4) on the same field three weeks ago.

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