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Surging Utah State will try to keep its early-season momentum rolling on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET against FCS opponent Tennessee Tech. The Aggies are 44.5-point sportsbook favorites, with the over-under for total points scored set at 63.5.
Before you make any Utah State vs. Tennessee Tech picks, listen to what SportsLine expert Kenny White has to say. The pioneering Las Vegas oddsmaker is widely considered one of the most influential figures in the Nevada sports wagering industry over the past several decades. He is the former head of Las Vegas Sports Consultants, which supplied odds to countless sportsbooks that made millions off his expertise.
White is a two-time winner of the prestigious Stardust Football Invitational and the originator of Player Power Ratings. He arrived at SportsLine armed with new algorithms, ready to exploit mistakes in betting lines. He has been leading SportsLine members to consistent profits in every sport since.
Last year, White was all over Utah State as a two-point home underdog vs. BYU. The result: the Aggies coasted to a 40-24 victory, and those who followed White’s advice landed an easy winner.
Now, he has scoured all the key details of Tennessee State vs. Utah State and released a confident point-spread selection, which he is sharing over at SportsLine.
White knows the Aggies (1-1) have gained attention for their strong early performances. They impressed a national audience in their season opener at Michigan State. They played well from the outset and held a fourth-quarter lead before falling 38-31 as a 24-point underdog.
Last week, Utah State dominated New Mexico State in a 60-13 win to cover a 21.5-point spread easily. The Aggies took a resounding measure of revenge for a 26-20 loss to New Mexico State in last season’s Arizona Bowl.
Utah State has looked explosive and varied on offense, led by rising sophomore quarterback Jordan Love and a balanced ground attack. Gerold Bright ran for 132 yards and a touchdown to lead a rushing attack that piled up 274 yards against New Mexico State. Love threw for 159 yards with one touchdown and an interception.
This doesn’t mean Utah State can cover a spread that’s over six touchdowns on short rest against a hungry FCS opponent. The Golden Eagles (0-2) have dropped their first two games by a combined score of 83-20. They are coming off a 49-10 home loss to FCS stalwart Kennesaw State, but they have some positives to build on. They took an early 3-0 lead with a field goal on their first drive of the game and the offense had success moving the ball.
Tennessee Tech finished on a high note when freshman quarterback Bailey Fisher threw a five-yard touchdown pass to Alex Carling in the fourth quarter. Fisher went 19-of-30 for 179 yards, while adding 38 rushing yards on eight carries.
We can tell you White leans toward the Over, but he has unearthed the critical factor that will determine which side of the spread hits hard. He’s only sharing it at SportsLine.