Arizona St. vs Stanford Prediction, Odds & Best Prop Bets – NCAAF, Week 8

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The Arizona State Sun Devils (3-5) visit Stanford Stadium to take on the Stanford Cardinal (3-5) on Oct. 22. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:00pm EDT in Stanford.

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Arizona St. vs. Stanford Odds, Spread, Over/Under for Week 8

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Arizona St. vs Stanford Prediction for Week 8

Based on recent trends, the winning team model predicts Stanford will win this game with 51.0% confidence.

Arizona St. vs Stanford Spread Prediction for Week 8

Based on recent against-the-spread trends, the model predicts Stanford will cover the spread with 70.2% confidence.

Both predictions factor in up-to-date player injuries for both Arizona St. and Stanford, plus offensive & defensive matchups, recent games and key player performances this season.


Best Arizona St. Player Prop Bets Today

We’ve highlighted some favorite college football player prop bets for Arizona St. players for Week 8, looking at profitable historical betting trends:

  • Emory Jones has hit the TD Passes Under in his last 7 games (+7.05 Units / 53% ROI)
  • Ricky Pearsall has hit the Receptions Under in 3 of his last 4 games (+2.00 Units / 43% ROI)
  • Best Stanford Player Prop Best Bets Today

    Top NCAAF player prop bets for Stanford players for Week 8, looking at profitable historical betting trends:

  • Elijah Higgins has hit the Receiving Yards Over in his last 4 games (+4.00 Units / 86% ROI)
  • Tanner McKee has hit the Passing Yards Over in 6 of his last 8 games (+3.60 Units / 39% ROI)
  • Brycen Tremayne has hit the Receiving Yards Under in his last 3 games (+3.00 Units / 83% ROI)
  • Tanner McKee has hit the TD Passes Over in 3 of his last 4 games (+2.20 Units / 53% ROI)
  • Arizona State has hit the 1H Game Total Over in 10 of their last 14 games (+5.65 Units / 37% ROI)
  • Arizona State has hit the Team Total Under in 11 of their last 16 games (+5.50 Units / 30% ROI)
  • Arizona State has hit the Moneyline in 4 of their last 8 games (+2.50 Units / 11% ROI)
  • Arizona State have covered the Spread in 4 of their last 6 games (+1.80 Units / 27% ROI)
  • Arizona State has hit the Game Total Under in 4 of their last 7 games (+1.80 Units / 24% ROI)
  • Stanford has hit the 1Q Game Total Under in 7 of their last 8 games (+6.00 Units / 67% ROI)
  • Stanford has hit the Team Total Under in 8 of their last 10 games (+5.75 Units / 51% ROI)
  • Stanford has hit the Game Total Over in 5 of their last 6 games at home (+3.90 Units / 59% ROI)
  • Stanford has hit the 1H Game Total Under in 6 of their last 8 games (+3.85 Units / 44% ROI)
  • Stanford has hit the 1H Moneyline in 2 of their last 4 games (+2.55 Units / 64% ROI)
  • Arizona St. Against the Spread (ATS) Record

    Arizona St. has gone against the spread this college football season ( Units / ROI).

    • Arizona St. is when betting on the Moneyline for Units / ROI
    • Arizona St. is when betting the Over for Units / ROI
    • Arizona St. is when betting the Under for Units / ROI

    Stanford Against the Spread (ATS) Record

    Stanford has gone against the spread this college football season ( Units / ROI).

    • Stanford is when betting on the Moneyline for Units / ROI
    • Stanford is when betting the Over for Units / ROI
    • Stanford is when betting the Under for Units / ROI

    Arizona St.: Keys to the Game vs. Stanford

    Arizona State is 2-7 (.222) when the opposing team converts 55% or more of its red zone chances into touchdowns — tied for 9th-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .435

    Arizona State is 1-8 (.111) when averaging less than 5 yards per rush since the 2020 season– 5th-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .350

    Stanford: Keys to the Game vs. Arizona St.

    Stanford is 1-12 (.077) when allowing 7 or more explosive plays — tied for 3rd-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .413

    Stanford is 1-8 (.100) when losing at least one fumble since the 2020 season– tied for 5th-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .338

    Stanford is 2-8 (.200) when allowing 5 or more explosive passes since the 2020 season– tied for 6th-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .450

    Stanford is 3-9 (.250) when allowing 200 or more passing yards since the 2020 season– tied for 7th-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .465

    Matchup Notes for Arizona St. vs. Stanford

    Stanford’s TEs has gained 167 yards on 18 receptions (just 9.3 YPR) this season — fourth-worst among Pac-12 TEs. Arizona State’s defense has allowed just 10.3 Yards Per Reception this season — second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Stanford’s TEs has gained 865 yards on 65 receptions (13.3 YPR) since the 2021 season — third-best among Pac-12 TEs. Arizona State’s defense has allowed just 10.8 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Stanford’s TEs has 18 receptions in 5 games (just 3.6 per game) this season — tied for fourth-best among Pac-12 TEs. Arizona State’s defense has allowed 23.2 receptions per game this season — third-worst among Pac-12 defenses.

    Arizona State has gained 3,562 yards on 294 receptions (12.1 YPR) since the 2021 season — tied for third-best among Pac-12 skill players. Stanford’s defense has allowed 12.2 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — third-worst among Pac-12 defenses.

    Arizona State’s WRs have just 132.9 receiving yards per game since the 2021 season — third-worst among Pac-12 WRs. Stanford’s defense has allowed just 208.7 receiving yards per game since the 2021 season — third-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Arizona State’s TEs has 13 receptions in 5 games (just 2.6 per game) this season — fourth-worst among Pac-12 TEs. Stanford’s defense has allowed just 16.0 receptions per game this season — second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Arizona St. Offensive Stats & Trends

    Arizona State has gained 3,562 yards on 294 receptions (12.1 YPR) since the 2021 season — tied for third-best among Pac-12 skill players. Stanford’s defense has allowed 12.2 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — third-worst among Pac-12 defenses.

    Arizona State’s WRs have just 132.9 receiving yards per game since the 2021 season — third-worst among Pac-12 WRs. Stanford’s defense has allowed just 208.7 receiving yards per game since the 2021 season — third-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Arizona State’s TEs has 13 receptions in 5 games (just 2.6 per game) this season — fourth-worst among Pac-12 TEs. Stanford’s defense has allowed just 16.0 receptions per game this season — second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Arizona State have just 208.8 receiving yards per game this season — second-worst among Pac-12 skill players. Stanford’s defense has allowed just 193.0 receiving yards per game this season — best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Arizona State’s TEs has gained 572 yards on 39 receptions (14.7 YPR) since the 2021 season — second-best among Pac-12 TEs. Stanford’s defense has allowed 12.2 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — third-worst among Pac-12 defenses.

    Stanford Offensive Stats & Trends

    Stanford’s TEs has gained 167 yards on 18 receptions (just 9.3 YPR) this season — fourth-worst among Pac-12 TEs. Arizona State’s defense has allowed just 10.3 Yards Per Reception this season — second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Stanford’s TEs has gained 865 yards on 65 receptions (13.3 YPR) since the 2021 season — third-best among Pac-12 TEs. Arizona State’s defense has allowed just 10.8 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Stanford’s TEs has 18 receptions in 5 games (just 3.6 per game) this season — tied for fourth-best among Pac-12 TEs. Arizona State’s defense has allowed 23.2 receptions per game this season — third-worst among Pac-12 defenses.

    Stanford’s WRs has gained 2,291 yards on 192 receptions (just 11.9 YPR) since the 2021 season — second-worst among Pac-12 WRs. Arizona State’s defense has allowed just 10.8 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Stanford has gained 3,825 yards on 346 receptions (just 11.1 YPR) since the 2021 season — tied for second-worst among Pac-12 skill players. Arizona State’s defense has allowed just 10.8 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Arizona State Sun Devils Defensive Stats & Trends

    Arizona State has averaged a sack every 45.2 pass attempts (181 Pass Attempts/4 Sacks) this season– 2nd worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: 15.0

    Arizona State has averaged a sack every 45.2 pass attempts (181 Pass Attempts/4 Sacks) this season– 2nd worst in FBS; Average: 14.9

    Arizona State has allowed opponents to catch 52 of 68 passes (77% Reception Pct) in close and late situations since last season– worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: 58%

    Arizona State has tackled opponents for a loss on just 17 of 183 rushing attempts (9% TFL%) this season– worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: 16%.

    Arizona State has allowed a Completion Pct of 77% (52 completions/68 attempts) in close and late situations since last season– worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: 58%

    Stanford Cardinal Defensive Stats & Trends

    Stanford has allowed passes of 20+ yards on just 1 of 66 attempts (1%) on 3rd and long since last season– worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: 9%

    Stanford has allowed a passer rating of 177.6 in close and late situations (39.0 Pass Attempts) since last season– 2nd worst in FBS; Average: 125.6

    Stanford has allowed passes of 40+ yards on 6 of 136 attempts (4%) this season– 4th worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: 2%

    Stanford has allowed rushes of 10 or more yards on 12 of 36 carries (33%) on 3rd and long since last season– 2nd worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: 16%

    Stanford has allowed a Completion Pct of just 35% (8 completions/23 attempts) on 3rd and long this season– tied for 4th best in FBS; Average: 55%


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