You can find this week 13 CFB matchup between the Spartans and Rebels on MWN at 3:00 (11/25/23). This game will be played at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas (NV). The Rebels are set as 3 point favorites at home in this Mountain West showdown. Can they pull off a home win and cover the spread?


The Pick: San Jose State Spartans +3

This game will be played at Allegiant Stadium at 3:00 ET on Saturday, November 25th.


  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 31-28 in favor of UNLV.
  • Even though we have UNLV winning straight-up, we like San Jose State at +3.
  • The over/under is currently sitting at 58.5 points, and we like the over with a projected 59 points.

Can the Spartans Grab a Win on the Road?

So far, the San Jose State Spartans are 6-5, including going 2-3 on the road and 3-2 at home.

Heading into this week’s matchup with UNLV, the Spartans have been favored in five games and the underdog in five. Their ATS mark coming into the game is 7-3.

Through 11 games, the average over/under line in San Jose State’s games is 56.1 points. Their games have averaged a combined 58.3 points leading to an OU record of 6-4.

The Spartans are currently ranked 74th in college football with 353 rushing attempts per game. In terms of rush yards, they are at 184.4 rushing yards per game, which is 31st in the nation. Looking at their production in the passing game, they are averaging 29.1 attempts per game and gain an average of 216.4 passing yards. Overall, they hold the 27th spot with 33 points per game.

The Spartans defense heads into this week’s matchup with 20 sacks and sitting 1st in QB hurries. So far, they’ve allowed 25.3 points per game (99th). In the pass defense department, they’re 29th nationally, giving up 177.4 passing yards per game. Additionally, when it comes to defending the run, San Jose State’s defense is allowing 172.5 rushing yards per contest.

Will UNLV Win at Home?

So far, the UNLV Rebels are 9-2, including going 4-2 on the road and 4-0 at home.

UNLV has gone into five games as the favorite this season and five games as the underdog. Their ATS record is currently 9-1.

In 11 games played, the average over/under line for UNLV’s games has been set at 54.4 points. These contests have seen an average combined score of 60.5 points, resulting in an OU record of 6-4.

UNLV’s rushing attack is ranked 13th in college football with 450 rushing attempts per game. This has translated into an average of 188.7 rushing yards per game, placing them 23rd nationally. On average, they are attempting 27.5 passes per game leading to 237.3 passing yards per contest. In terms of scoring, they hold the 18th position, averaging 35.9 points per game.

Coming into this week’s game, the UNLV defense is 94th in points allowed at 24.5 points per game. So far, team’s have averaged 238.9 passing yards per game vs. the unit (124th). On the ground, they are giving up 145.1 rushing yards, putting them 70th in college football.