Boston College Vs Temple NCAA Football Betting Odds and Trends | 9/18/2021

The Boston College Eagles (2-0) square off against the Temple Owls (1-1) at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Owls (+460 moneyline odds to win) will welcome the Eagles (-14) on September 18, 2021 at 12:00 PM ET. A total of 57 points has been set for the contest by oddsmakers.

In this article we detail key metrics, betting trends, top players and updated odds — everything you need before making a bet on the game.

The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of September 17, 2021, 12:00 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Boston College Vs. Temple Betting Odds

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Boston College Offense Vs. Temple Defense

Eagles Offense Stats (Rank) Owls Defense
48.0 (8) Points/Gm 42.5 (124)
500.0 (23) Yards/Gm 363.5 (79)
284.0 (31) Pass Yards/Gm 168.0 (36)
216.0 (34) Rush Yards/Gm 195.5 (106)
11.8 (5) Yards/Pass 5.3 (25)
5.7 (19) Yards/Rush 4.2 (79)
68.2% (3) 3rd Down % 32.1% (46)
0 (1) Turnovers 1 (86)
0 (1) Sacks 1 (86)

Temple Offense Vs. Boston College Defense

Temple Offense Stats (Rank) Boston College Defense
29.5 (71) Points/Gm 14.0 (33)
341.5 (90) Yards/Gm 262.0 (24)
196.5 (86) Pass Yards/Gm 149.0 (26)
145.0 (77) Rush Yards/Gm 113.0 (52)
7.7 (61) Yards/Pass 6.2 (52)
4.2 (74) Yards/Rush 3.5 (57)
28.0% (116) 3rd Down % 11.1% (4)
5 (121) Turnovers 4 (11)
3 (83) Sacks 2 (58)

When Boston College Has The Ball

  • The Eagles’ eighth-ranked scoring offense averages 48.0 points per game. The Owls have the 124th-ranked scoring defense (42.5 ppg).
  • Boston College has conceded zero sacks (fewest in college football), while Temple’s defense has one (42nd-fewest).
  • The Owls rank 86th in college football with one turnover forced, while the Eagles have committed zero (first).
  • Boston College’s running game ranks 34th in the FBS (216.0 yards per game). Temple allows 195.5 rushing yards per game (106th).

When Temple Has The Ball

  • The Owls convert 28.0% of their third-down plays (116th in college football). The Eagles’ defense gives up third-down conversions at an 11.1% clip (fourth).
  • Temple has committed the seventh-most turnovers in college football (5), and is up against the 11th-ranked team in terms of turnovers forced, Boston College (4).
  • The Owls’ offense is 90th in college football averaging 341.5 yards per game, while the Eagles rank 24th in yards allowed (262.0).
  • Temple’s 196.5 passing yards per game ranks 86th in the FBS. Boston College’s defense allows 149.0 through the air (26th in college football).

Boston College Betting Trends And Insights

  • The Eagles have been favored by 14 points or more this season once, and failed to cover the spread.
  • This is the first game this season the Eagles are playing as the moneyline favorite.

Temple Betting Trends And Insights

  • The Owls will play as the underdog for the first time this season.

Boston College Players To Watch

  • Phil Jurkovec leads the team with 325 passing yards (162.5 yards per game) and has a 67.9% completion percentage this year (19-of-28) while throwing three touchdowns. He also has 61 rushing yards on five carries, averaging 30.5 yards per game.
  • Patrick Garwo III has run for a team-leading 189 yards on 19 attempts (94.5 yards per game) while scoring one touchdown.
  • So far this year Travis Levy has run for 75 yards on 16 carries (37.5 ypg), with two rushing touchdowns.
  • Zay Flowers has racked up nine receptions for 203 yards, best on his team, and one touchdown. He averages 101.5 receiving yards per game.
  • Trae Barry has added six receptions for 149 yards and two touchdowns.
  • CJ Lewis has 67 receiving yards on three receptions, averaging 67.0 yards per game.

Temple Players To Watch

  • Justin Lynch has thrown for 245 yards while completing 73.1% of his passes (19-of-26), with two touchdowns and one interception this year (122.5 yards per game). He’s also carried the ball 12 times for 73 yards and one touchdown, averaging 36.5 yards per game.
  • Edward Saydee has racked up a team-high 81 rushing yards (40.5 yards per game) and scored one touchdown. He has added three catches for 31 yards (15.5 receiving yards per game).
  • Randle Jones has eight catches, leading his team with 208 yards (104.0 ypg) while hauling in two touchdowns this season.
  • Jose Barbon has also chipped in with 72 yards on four catches. He averages 36.0 receiving yards per game this year.

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