Tuesday, December 27, 2011

2011 - 2012 Bowl Previews: Part V


Today is Part V of our 2011 - 2012 bowl preview series. Today we'll examine the
  • Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl
    California Golden Bears vs Texas Longhorns
  • Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman
    Toledo Rockets vs Air Force Falcons
  • Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl
    BYU Cougars vs Tulsa Golden Hurricane
  • Hyundai Sun Bowl
    Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs Utah Utes
  • AT&T Cotton Bowl
    Arkansas Razorbacks vs Kansas State Wildcats
Full previews after the jump ....

15. Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl

Wednesday, December 28 at 8:00 PM

California Golden Bears (6 - 5; 5 - 5 Pac-12)
vs
Texas Longhorns (7 - 5; 4 - 5 Big XII)
GUGS Score: 54.2

Note: This will be the tiebreaker for our season-long Coin Toss Game of the Week series, which ended in a 6-6 tie.

Eddie

California Golden Bears
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.676 42 0.538 34 16.9 50 13.9 42 167.6 47
Texas Longhorns
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.825 22 0.522 60 19.7 26 11.4 17 168.3 41

Cal is consistently mediocre offensively with a 19.7 +/- 5.7 PPH efficiency. In contrast, Texas has shown spurts of brilliance against weaker teams and faceplanted against stronger teams, and it shows with their 33.1 +/- 26.8 PPH efficiency. The same holds for the Longhorns' 0.3 +/- 22.2 PPH defense. The real issue here is whether the 6.7 +/- 14.3 PPH Golden Bear defense decides to show up. After all, this is the team that managed to hang within a field goal of Stanford but lose to UCLA by more than two touchdowns. I can't help but think that this pick is doomed from the start, but RBA picks Cal, 29-28, with 76.4% confidence.

Justin

California Golden Bears
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.615 43 0.591 27 19.8 53 16.4 31 165.3 66
Texas Longhorns
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.686 25 0.569 43 21.3 41 15.6 25 161.9 93

Personally I'm a bit nervous about this pick since my last four predictions about Texas have been wrong. Combine that with me being only slightly certain about this game while RBA is much more certain, and it looks like Eddie may take the first annual Coin Toss victory. As for the game itself, the two teams are pretty evenly matched. The Longhorns have a 1.5 PPH advantage on offense and a 0.8 PPH advantage on defense, which works out to about a field goal per game. This will be a slow and defense-oriented game with not too much scoring. TFG suspects the Longhors will pull away in the end, though. Texas 30, California 28 (57.9%); 163 plays.


California Golden Bears Season Summary

Date TFG RBA Away Team       TFG RBA Home Team Plays Odds
TFG / RBA
2011/09/03  45 /  46 California 36 vs  69 /  74 Fresno St. 21 163  64.0% /  67.9%
2011/09/10  42 /  50 California 36 at  80 /  72 Colorado 33 179  61.0% /  63.6%
2011/09/24  47 /  51 California 23 at  61 /  48 Washington 31 159  48.5% /  44.8%
2011/10/06  48 /  51 California 15 at   8 /   5 Oregon 43 196  12.4% /  13.0%
2011/10/13  33 /  27 USC 30 at  57 /  53 California 9 165  44.1% /  38.6%
2011/10/22  32 /  35 Utah 10 at  63 /  53 California 34 148  40.3% /  30.1%
2011/10/29  53 /  55 California 14 at  76 /  79 UCLA 31 159  55.3% /  58.8%
2011/11/05  87 /  76 Washington St. 7 at  59 /  58 California 30 167  68.4% /  66.3%
2011/11/12  62 /  67 Oregon St. 6 at  58 /  52 California 23 150  58.5% /  50.5%
2011/11/19  51 /  44 California 28 at   7 /   7 Stanford 31 152  15.2% /  10.0%
2011/11/25  45 /  41 California 47 at  34 /  29 Arizona St. 38 163  43.9% /  39.6%
2011/12/28  25 /  22 Texas -- vs  43 /  42 California -- --  42.1% /  76.4%


Texas Longhorns Season Summary

Date TFG RBA Away Team       TFG RBA Home Team Plays Odds
TFG / RBA
2011/09/03  98 / 102 Rice 9 at  33 /  33 Texas 34 161  91.8% /  85.3%
2011/09/10  38 /  52 BYU 16 at  25 /  29 Texas 17 148  71.3% /  60.5%
2011/09/17  24 /  30 Texas 49 at  76 /  76 UCLA 20 154  72.5% /  75.8%
2011/10/01  22 /  24 Texas 37 at  60 /  66 Iowa St. 14 183  66.9% /  75.1%
2011/10/08  22 /  31 Texas 17 vs   4 /   6 Oklahoma 55 179  24.9% /  26.2%
2011/10/15  15 /  10 Oklahoma St. 38 at  29 /  34 Texas 26 184  48.4% /  47.7%
2011/10/29  90 /  93 Kansas 0 at  32 /  31 Texas 43 151  89.1% /  85.3%
2011/11/05  54 /  56 Texas Tech 20 at  23 /  23 Texas 52 170  74.6% /  58.9%
2011/11/12  15 /  24 Texas 5 at  26 /  26 Missouri 17 165  52.9% /  45.8%
2011/11/19  34 /  30 Kansas St. 17 at  22 /  24 Texas 13 156  60.6% /  63.9%
2011/11/24  24 /  22 Texas 27 at  21 /  16 Texas A&M 25 190  45.9% /  41.7%
2011/12/03  24 /  22 Texas 24 at  45 /  36 Baylor 48 171  64.8% /  77.4%
2011/12/28  25 /  22 Texas -- vs  43 /  42 California -- --  57.9% /  23.6%


14. Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman

Wednesday, December 28 at 4:30 PM

Toledo Rockets (7 - 4; 7 - 1 Mid-Atlantic)
vs
Air Force Falcons (5 - 5; 3 - 4 Mountain West)
GUGS Score: 54.5

Justin

Toledo Rockets
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.582 47 0.416 85 24.4 21 21.3 75 174.3 17
Air Force Falcons
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.570 52 0.419 81 20.8 46 18.6 56 167.2 56

The Falcons had the misfortune of having TCU, Boise State, and Notre Dame on their schedule this year, but didn't do themselves any favors by dropping games against San Diego State and Wyoming.  One of the risks of playing slow, deliberate ball is that a single freak play can lead to a big swing in the outcome. Toledo actually provided an early-season contrast between Ohio State and Boise State; the Rockets visited the Buckeyes and lost by 5, and the next week hosted Boise State and got blown out by 25. The next week they lost a close one to Syracuse, but then went on to win seven of their next eight. They also played back-to-back games in which they scored 63 points; they won one and lost one. In this matchup, though, Toledo plays like a team that has less emphasis on defense and more on simply piling points on the board, whereas Air Force plays like a team that gets just enough offense to score more than the other team. This will be a true coin toss, with a slight edge going to the Rockets. Toledo 36, Air Force 35 (51.2%); 170 plays.

Eddie

Toledo Rockets
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.586 52 0.446 105 21.0 20 18.8 85 168.5 38
Air Force Falcons
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.579 53 0.472 85 18.6 36 16.5 66 164.2 90

Like TFG, RBA considers this game a pure toss-up. However, this game is illustrative of the distinction between score and confidence. Toledo has a slight edge offensively, 28.7 +/- 15.5 PPH, against the Falcons' 26.1 +/- 15.1 PPH. They are more consistent defensively at 13.3 +/- 11.0 PPH, as opposed to the Falcons' superior but less consistent 6.6 +/- 19.7 PPH. These figures add up to Toledo winning by a touchdown, 35-28, but with only 50.04% confidence. The confidence difference is due to the relative strengths of the teams. The two teams have nearly identical strengths, 0.564 versus 0.563, so the game is effectively a toss-up. However it's computed, this should be a fun game to watch.


Toledo Rockets Season Summary

Date TFG RBA Away Team       TFG RBA Home Team Plays Odds
TFG / RBA
2011/09/10  75 /  86 Toledo 22 at   1 /   5 Ohio St. 27 169   2.4% /   3.3%
2011/09/16   2 /   4 Boise St. 40 at  65 /  69 Toledo 15 181  10.2% /   3.6%
2011/09/24  67 /  67 Toledo 30 at  84 /  72 Syracuse 33 173  49.1% /  49.4%
2011/10/01  69 /  67 Toledo 36 at  39 /  20 Temple 13 141  21.9% /  36.6%
2011/10/08 117 / 116 Eastern Michigan 16 at  55 /  50 Toledo 54 163  95.5% /  91.1%
2011/10/15  50 /  46 Toledo 28 at  98 / 101 Bowling Green 21 173  72.4% /  81.6%
2011/10/22  99 / 101 Miami-OH 28 at  49 /  50 Toledo 49 169  87.2% /  80.1%
2011/11/01  58 /  64 Northern Ill. 63 at  48 /  49 Toledo 60 184  60.9% /  58.4%
2011/11/08  70 /  75 Western Michigan 63 at  48 /  50 Toledo 66 221  69.0% /  64.8%
2011/11/18  48 /  53 Toledo 44 at 106 / 108 Central Michigan 17 164  83.0% /  78.3%
2011/11/25  47 /  52 Toledo 45 at 104 /  98 Ball St. 28 187  83.3% /  82.5%
2011/12/28  52 /  53 Air Force -- vs  47 /  52 Toledo -- --  51.2% /  50.0%


Air Force Falcons Season Summary

Date TFG RBA Away Team       TFG RBA Home Team Plays Odds
TFG / RBA
2011/09/10   4 /   8 TCU 35 at  46 /  39 Air Force 19 160  24.9% /  12.0%
2011/10/01  49 /  46 Air Force 35 at  42 /  44 Navy 34 181  37.7% /  47.3%
2011/10/08  50 /  47 Air Force 33 at  14 /  16 Notre Dame 59 181  18.2% /  42.8%
2011/10/13  70 /  57 SDSU 41 at  58 /  51 Air Force 27 163  66.4% /  62.2%
2011/10/22  62 /  57 Air Force 26 at   3 /   7 Boise St. 37 158   4.1% /  10.0%
2011/10/29  55 /  50 Air Force 42 at 120 / 118 New Mexico 0 142  93.7% /  93.8%
2011/11/05  92 /  87 Army 14 at  43 /  47 Air Force 24 161  81.5% /  65.9%
2011/11/12 100 /  91 Wyoming 25 at  44 /  49 Air Force 17 166  84.4% /  80.6%
2011/11/19 112 / 119 UNLV 17 at  49 /  54 Air Force 45 166  89.1% /  89.2%
2011/11/26  51 /  53 Air Force 45 at 111 / 111 Colorado St. 21 148  87.6% /  86.5%
2011/12/28  52 /  53 Air Force -- vs  47 /  52 Toledo -- --  48.8% /  50.0%


13. Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl

Friday, December 30 at 12:00 PM

BYU Cougars (8 - 3; 0 - 0 Independents)
vs
Tulsa Golden Hurricane (8 - 4; 7 - 1 Conference-USA)
GUGS Score: 56.8

Eddie

BYU Cougars
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.618 47 0.482 77 17.1 47 13.8 41 169.3 30
Tulsa Golden Hurricane
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.598 50 0.467 88 19.2 31 16.6 68 170.9 19

RBA has respected the Golden Hurricane historically, including (incorrectly) picking them to beat Houston earlier this year. However, this game tilts in favor of BYU. Sure, the Cougars lost a couple games early this year, but if the headlines indicate anything, their turnaround is due to the appearance of backup quarterback Riley Nelson. As such, their offense is considered a little shaky at 28.0 +/- 21.8 PPH, but that's still pretty good overall. Tulsa is no slouch either, showing a comparable 29.2 +/- 20.1 PPH offensive efficiency. The difference should appear on defense, as Tulsa shows a slightly weaker and slightly less consistent 5.6 +/- 22.0 PPH compared to the Cougars' 4.6 +/- 18.4 PPH. It should be close, but RBA picks BYU, 31-27, with 52.8% confidence.

Justin

BYU Cougars
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.629 37 0.419 80 20.1 51 16.3 30 166.2 59
Tulsa Golden Hurricane
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.641 33 0.451 72 21.7 36 17.2 40 177.6 11

This should be a really good game. Even though these are non-BCS teams, both are definitely in the top third of FBS. The Golden Hurricanes' only losses this year have come to Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Boise State, and Houston. BYU has a similar resume, with its only losses coming to Texas, Utah, and TCU. Both offenses are respectable, but their defenses are definitely the stronger aspect for each team. Whichever offense is able to get going first will be the one that walks away with the victory. Tulsa has a 1.6 PPH advantage on that end, and only surrenders 0.9 PPH on the defensive side. This game will be moderately quick and feature two quality teams. TFG gives the slightest of nods to the Golden Hurricane, though. Tulsa 33, BYU 31 (51.4%); 171 plays.


BYU Cougars Season Summary

Date TFG RBA Away Team       TFG RBA Home Team Plays Odds
TFG / RBA
2011/09/03  38 /  56 BYU 14 at  59 /  61 Mississippi 13 148  47.2% /  46.2%
2011/09/10  38 /  52 BYU 16 at  25 /  29 Texas 17 148  28.7% /  39.5%
2011/09/17  32 /  32 Utah 54 at  42 /  54 BYU 10 175  52.5% /  64.7%
2011/09/23  39 /  36 UCF 17 at  58 /  58 BYU 24 154  46.6% /  32.5%
2011/09/30  94 / 105 Utah St. 24 at  52 /  52 BYU 27 173  83.2% /  72.4%
2011/10/08 107 /  99 SJSU 16 at  54 /  54 BYU 29 144  89.0% /  87.1%
2011/10/15  60 /  55 BYU 38 at  59 /  79 Oregon St. 28 170  40.8% /  66.7%
2011/10/28   8 /  13 TCU 38 vs  61 /  54 BYU 28 171  14.9% /  24.1%
2011/11/12 105 / 104 Idaho 7 at  56 /  53 BYU 42 157  84.3% /  83.3%
2011/11/19 110 / 102 New Mexico St. 7 at  45 /  49 BYU 42 167  87.2% /  85.2%
2011/12/03  39 /  47 BYU 41 at  74 /  79 Hawaii 20 170  69.8% /  63.0%
2011/12/30  33 /  50 Tulsa -- vs  37 /  47 BYU -- --  48.6% /  52.8%


Tulsa Golden Hurricane Season Summary

Date TFG RBA Away Team       TFG RBA Home Team Plays Odds
TFG / RBA
2011/09/03  47 /  57 Tulsa 14 at   7 /   6 Oklahoma 47 191  11.7% /  14.4%
2011/09/10  60 /  60 Tulsa 31 at 110 / 108 Tulane 3 174  76.2% /  85.3%
2011/09/18  15 /   9 Oklahoma St. 59 at  55 /  58 Tulsa 33 202  33.9% /  29.3%
2011/09/24  52 /  54 Tulsa 21 at   2 /   5 Boise St. 41 162   6.9% /  10.2%
2011/10/01 108 / 113 North Texas 24 at  54 /  58 Tulsa 41 166  90.1% /  87.8%
2011/10/15 114 / 115 UAB 20 at  49 /  59 Tulsa 37 190  92.5% /  85.3%
2011/10/22  51 /  59 Tulsa 38 at  97 /  95 Rice 20 180  71.2% /  77.4%
2011/10/29  54 /  62 SMU 7 at  49 /  53 Tulsa 38 184  64.7% /  57.6%
2011/11/03  41 /  49 Tulsa 24 at  51 /  62 UCF 17 151  51.0% /  50.0%
2011/11/12  89 /  84 Marshall 17 at  40 /  44 Tulsa 59 187  80.6% /  80.5%
2011/11/19  30 /  46 Tulsa 57 at  83 /  92 UTEP 28 172  78.3% /  78.1%
2011/11/25  27 /  24 Houston 48 at  30 /  50 Tulsa 16 190  46.9% /  52.9%
2011/12/30  33 /  50 Tulsa -- vs  37 /  47 BYU -- --  51.4% /  47.2%


12. Hyundai Sun Bowl

Saturday, December 31 at 2:00 PM

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (7 - 4; 5 - 3 ACC)
vs
Utah Utes (6 - 5; 4 - 5 Pac-12)
GUGS Score: 57.9

Justin

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.570 51 0.512 66 24.7 20 22.0 82 156.3 114
Utah Utes
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.652 32 0.510 67 19.8 55 15.4 23 163.4 80

Here we have our first quality BCS/non-BCS matchup of the bowl season, a scenario that is quite familiar to the Utes. While this squad isn't as dominant as Utah teams of recent years, they still have a solid defense that ranks in the top 25. Georgia Tech is still Georgia Tech: lots of offense, just enough defense, and a slow pace. This game might not be as fast or as high-scoring as the BYU/Tulsa game, but it will pit a top offense against a top defense. TFG says the Utah defense will be just good enough to slow down the Yellow Jacket offense, but only barely. Utah 33, Georgia Tech 31 (58.6%); 159 plays.

Eddie

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.655 45 0.531 44 20.6 23 16.8 69 163.4 100
Utah Utes
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.712 39 0.471 86 17.0 48 12.0 24 165.6 77

I'm going to pretend that Justin is calling the ACC a non-BCS conference and move on. The Yellow Jacket defense is consistently bad at 14.3 +/- 5.0 PPH, but their 33.8 +/- 26.4 PPH offense is actually a slightly less consistent version of Boise State. Utah is on the other end of the spectrum defensively with a 1.0 +/- 22.1 PPH efficiency. When they're on, they're very good, but they've been known to lay an egg or four. With that in mind, the matchup here should be between the Yellow Jacket offense and the Ute defense. RBA says that Georgia Tech should win, 28-24, with 61.0% confidence, but we know how ACC picks go.


Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Season Summary

Date TFG RBA Away Team       TFG RBA Home Team Plays Odds
TFG / RBA
2011/09/10  56 /  48 Georgia Tech 49 at  97 /  98 Middle Tenn. 21 159  66.4% /  88.0%
2011/09/17  86 /  88 Kansas 24 at  43 /  42 Georgia Tech 66 152  81.0% /  79.8%
2011/09/24  42 /  46 North Carolina 28 at  37 /  38 Georgia Tech 35 148  64.9% /  53.3%
2011/10/01  38 /  38 Georgia Tech 45 at  58 /  83 North Carolina St. 35 163  57.3% /  62.8%
2011/10/08  57 /  63 Maryland 16 at  34 /  35 Georgia Tech 21 168  73.4% /  52.8%
2011/10/15  31 /  38 Georgia Tech 21 at  85 /  86 Virginia 24 148  74.1% /  77.6%
2011/10/22  36 /  43 Georgia Tech 7 at  27 /  63 Miami-FL 24 144  29.1% /  31.7%
2011/10/29  21 /  10 Clemson 17 at  41 /  39 Georgia Tech 31 162  44.9% /  37.8%
2011/11/10  12 /  23 Virginia Tech 37 at  37 /  40 Georgia Tech 26 147  35.8% /  36.3%
2011/11/19  40 /  39 Georgia Tech 38 at  88 /  85 Duke 31 163  77.9% /  76.6%
2011/11/26  19 /  12 Georgia 31 at  44 /  43 Georgia Tech 17 149  31.7% /  24.0%
2011/12/31  32 /  39 Utah -- vs  51 /  45 Georgia Tech -- --  41.4% /  61.0%


Utah Utes Season Summary

Date TFG RBA Away Team       TFG RBA Home Team Plays Odds
TFG / RBA
2011/09/10  23 /  41 Utah 14 at  27 /  26 USC 23 170  38.5% /  46.5%
2011/09/17  32 /  32 Utah 54 at  42 /  54 BYU 10 175  47.5% /  35.3%
2011/10/01  56 /  41 Washington 31 at  16 /  31 Utah 14 148  82.3% /  63.8%
2011/10/08  32 /  11 Arizona St. 35 at  31 /  34 Utah 14 168  60.4% /  47.4%
2011/10/15  37 /  37 Utah 26 at  34 /  40 Pittsburgh 14 170  39.5% /  46.7%
2011/10/22  32 /  35 Utah 10 at  63 /  53 California 34 148  59.7% /  69.9%
2011/10/29  59 /  60 Oregon St. 8 at  42 /  41 Utah 27 160  69.5% /  82.8%
2011/11/05  32 /  39 Utah 34 at  49 /  45 Arizona 21 165  52.6% /  44.3%
2011/11/12  66 /  77 UCLA 6 at  32 /  35 Utah 31 148  71.2% /  76.3%
2011/11/19  28 /  34 Utah 30 at  82 /  75 Washington St. 27 179  79.8% /  80.4%
2011/11/25 101 /  91 Colorado 17 at  29 /  38 Utah 14 149  86.6% /  79.9%
2011/12/31  32 /  39 Utah -- vs  51 /  45 Georgia Tech -- --  58.6% /  39.0%


11. AT&T Cotton Bowl

Friday, January 6 at 8:00 PM

Arkansas Razorbacks (9 - 2; 6 - 2 SEC)
vs
Kansas State Wildcats (9 - 2; 7 - 2 Big XII)
GUGS Score: 58.0

Eddie

Arkansas Razorbacks
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.940 9 0.566 1 23.7 9 11.5 20 165.5 78
Kansas State Wildcats
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.789 27 0.530 50 22.5 14 14.9 54 166.4 66

You could argue that both of these teams should be playing in BCS bowls rather than Michigan and Virginia Tech, but this is the way the system is laid out. The Razorbacks were roasted by LSU and Alabama by a margin of 24 points a piece, but that's more of an indication of the top two teams' quality, rather than the Hogs'. The Razorback offense is a strong 30.9 +/- 14.3 PPH, but they've had to be thanks to a 1.6 +/- 19.8 PPH defense that can't seem to stop the power running game. The Wildcats have a similar profile, spreading the field with Collin Klein to the tune of 32.2 +/- 19.5 PPH and surrendering points in droves with a 2.1 +/- 25.6 PPH defense. Although the profiles are the same, the Wildcats are less consistent on both sides of the ball. We can expect Arkansas to put up a bunch of points, but K-State has no such guarantee. RBA picks Arkansas by more than two touchdowns, 41-24, with 65.7% confidence.

Justin

Arkansas Razorbacks
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.804 11 0.634 7 30.3 6 17.2 38 169.5 38
Kansas State Wildcats
Year WinPct SoS Off. Def. Pace
2011 0.638 34 0.571 42 26.7 11 21.3 74 161.1 98

This game can only be described as "the best of the rest." Arkansas's only two losses came to Alabama and LSU. Kansas State's only two losses came to Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. We have the third-best team in the SEC pitted against the third-best team in the Big XII. So why doesn't this game rank higher? Three words: the Wildcat defense. Specifically, the lack of defense on the part of Kansas State. The Razorbacks have a 3.6 PPH advantage on offense and a 4.1 PPH advantage on defense. Look for Arkansas to pile on the points and run roughshod over the Wildcats. Kansas State will still find a way into the end zone, but they simply won't be able to keep up with the Razorbacks. This will be a quick, high-scoring game between good top-tier teams. Just don't expect it to be close. Arkansas 42, Kansas St. 36 (69.9%); 165 plays.


Arkansas Razorbacks Season Summary

Date TFG RBA Away Team       TFG RBA Home Team Plays Odds
TFG / RBA
2011/09/10 116 / 114 New Mexico 3 at  13 /  12 Arkansas 52 173  98.5% /  97.3%
2011/09/17  72 /  78 Troy 28 at  10 /  13 Arkansas 38 189  92.1% /  86.7%
2011/09/24  12 /  19 Arkansas 14 at   1 /   2 Alabama 38 145  13.9% /  25.3%
2011/10/01  12 /  14 Texas A&M 38 vs  13 /  16 Arkansas 42 208  48.4% /  51.6%
2011/10/08  26 /  22 Auburn 14 at  17 /  12 Arkansas 38 178  64.6% /  63.1%
2011/10/22  11 /  15 Arkansas 29 at  74 /  71 Mississippi 24 161  80.1% /  82.9%
2011/10/29  15 /  18 Arkansas 31 at  83 /  45 Vanderbilt 28 166  80.4% /  76.9%
2011/11/05  17 /  13 South Carolina 28 at  22 /  14 Arkansas 44 159  50.2% /  41.8%
2011/11/12  43 /  39 Tennessee 7 at  18 /   9 Arkansas 49 161  70.8% /  56.8%
2011/11/19  39 /  33 Mississippi St. 17 at  12 /   8 Arkansas 44 173  69.7% /  60.8%
2011/11/25   9 /  10 Arkansas 17 at   2 /   2 LSU 41 149  21.8% /  22.7%
2012/01/06  34 /  27 Kansas St. -- vs  11 /   9 Arkansas -- --  69.9% /  65.7%


Kansas State Wildcats Season Summary

Date TFG RBA Away Team       TFG RBA Home Team Plays Odds
TFG / RBA
2011/09/17 104 / 106 Kent St. 0 at  57 /  49 Kansas St. 37 153  89.0% /  83.5%
2011/09/24  38 /  41 Kansas St. 28 at  15 /  63 Miami-FL 24 144  25.3% /  44.9%
2011/10/01  46 /  49 Baylor 35 at  36 /  43 Kansas St. 36 168  68.7% /  57.8%
2011/10/08  23 /  30 Missouri 17 at  35 /  37 Kansas St. 24 161  49.3% /  45.4%
2011/10/15  30 /  32 Kansas St. 41 at  43 /  43 Texas Tech 34 193  48.6% /  45.2%
2011/10/22  33 /  29 Kansas St. 59 at  87 /  92 Kansas 21 167  73.3% /  83.0%
2011/10/29   6 /   5 Oklahoma 58 at  30 /  37 Kansas St. 17 162  32.2% /  18.5%
2011/11/05  35 /  34 Kansas St. 45 at  10 /   7 Oklahoma St. 52 181  24.6% /  38.9%
2011/11/12  20 /  21 Texas A&M 50 at  38 /  32 Kansas St. 53 206  40.8% /  41.7%
2011/11/19  34 /  30 Kansas St. 17 at  22 /  24 Texas 13 156  39.4% /  36.1%
2011/12/03  70 /  74 Iowa St. 23 at  32 /  27 Kansas St. 30 160  71.2% /  75.7%
2012/01/06  34 /  27 Kansas St. -- vs  11 /   9 Arkansas -- --  30.1% /  34.3%


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