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ASU vs. MSU Spread, Betting Preview

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Sep/14/2019

The Arizona State vs. Michigan State spread had the Spartans as a -15.5 to -16.5 favorite depending on the book. Arizona State has scored more than seven points in 136 consecutive games, which is the longest active streak in FBS.

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TV: 4 p.m. ET, FOX. LINE: Michigan State -13.5

ABOUT ARIZONA STATE (2-0): The Sun Devils have been much more successful passing the ball this season, with 304 of the team's 394 yards of offense last week coming through the air. Against a Michigan State defense that is No. 1 in the country against the run, allowing -3 yards per game, establishing the passing game first will be key to loosening things up in the running lanes. Senior Brandon Aiyuk (eight catches, 238 yards) will need to come up with another big effort in this one, much like Kyle Williams (seven catches, 104 yards) and N'Keal Harry (six, 89) did in the Sun Devils' victory over the Spartans last season.

ABOUT MICHIGAN STATE (2-0): The Spartans' offense has been Jekyll and Hyde this season, managing just 303 yards and one touchdown against Tulsa in the opener before coming back with 582 and six versus Western Michigan. Brian Lewerke looked much more comfortable against the Broncos, passing for 314 yards and three scores as he connected with Darrell Stewart Jr. 10 times for 185 yards. New offensive coordinator Brad Salem opened it up against the Broncos, and it will be interesting to see if he can continue that style against Arizona State's tough defense.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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