UTSA has covered six straight games when the line is between -3 and +3, including 3-0 ATS under Jeff Traylor (since 2020).
Western Kentucky is 9-3 ATS this season (tied third-best cover percentage in FBS), including five straight covers.
Western Kentucky has covered four straight games as a favorite, tied for the second-longest active streak in FBS.
UTSA is 8-2 ATS in its last 10 games following a loss, including 3-1 ATS under Traylor.
Western Kentucky has covered five straight games against conference opponents, tied for the longest active streak in FBS (North Texas, Old Dominion).
The under is 5-1 in UTSA home games this season (1-5 in road games).
Utah is 27-13-1 ATS in games against conference opponents over the last five seasons (all under Kyle Whittingham), the second-best cover percentage in FBS over that span. That includes 22-11 ATS as a favorite.
Four straight games involving Oregon against an AP-ranked opponent have gone under the total.
Oregon is 6-2 ATS when the line is between -3 and +3 since 2018, Mario Cristobal's first full season as head coach.
Oklahoma State is 9-2-1 ATS this season, the second-best cover percentage in FBS behind Michigan (10-2 ATS). That includes 6-2-1 ATS as a favorite and 8-0-1 ATS against conference opponents.
Oklahoma State is 15-6-1 ATS against ranked teams in the last five seasons (all under Mike Gundy). Baylor is 12-5 ATS against ranked opponents over that same span, including 5-1 ATS under Dave Aranda (since 2020).
Oklahoma State is 18-7-3 against Baylor since the 1978 FBS/FCS split, including 11-6 ATS under Gundy (since 2005).
The under is 12-4 in December games involving Oklahoma State under Gundy. The Cowboys have covered 11 of those 16 games.
Northern Illinois is 4-2 ATS when the line is between -3 and +3 under Thomas Hammock (since 2019), including 3-0 ATS this season.
Kent State is 5-1 ATS as a favorite this season.
Kent State is 1-4 ATS against teams with winning records this season.
The over is 5-0-1 in Northern Illinois' last six games (over 2-4 in first six games this season).
Northern Illinois has failed to cover seven straight games in December (0-2 ATS under Hammock).
Kent State is 11-5 ATS in games in November or later under Sean Lewis (since 2018). The over is also 12-4 in those games.
Utah State is 5-1 ATS in road games this season.
Utah State has covered five of its last six games after starting the season 3-3 ATS.
San Diego State has covered four of the last five meetings.
The under is 10-4 in San Diego State games against conference opponents since 2020, the beginning of Brady Hoke's second stint with the team.
The under is 8-2 in games involving San Diego State in November or later since 2020.
Appalachian State Mountaineers (-3, 53) at No. 20 Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns, 3:30 ET on ESPN
Appalachian State is 4-1 ATS in road games this season.
This will be third time Louisiana is a home underdog under Billy Napier (since 2018). The Ragin' Cajuns won the previous two games outright.
The under is 5-1 in Louisiana home games this season (9-3 overall).
Appalachian State has covered five of its last six games after starting the season 3-3 ATS.
Appalachian State is 2-19 outright against AP-ranked opponents all-time. One of those wins came this season against No. 14 Coastal Carolina.
This would be the largest underdog Alabama has been under Nick Saban (since 2007) since giving 10 points to No. 2 Florida in the 2008 SEC Championship. The Crimson Tide have given six or more points four previous times under Saban and are 1-2-1 ATS in those games. Overall, Alabama is 5-3-1 ATS as an underdog under Saban.
This would snap Alabama's 92-game streak as a favorite, the longest streak by any team since the 1978 FBS/FCS split.
Nick Saban is 3-0 outright against Kirby Smart, all as a favorite (1-2 ATS).
The under is 4-0 in games involving Georgia against AP-ranked opponents this season.
The total has gone over in eight of the last nine meetings.
Alabama has failed to cover 3 straight games against conference opponents. The Crimson Tide haven't had 4 straight ATS losses against conference opponents since a 6-game streak from 2002-03.
Georgia is 7-3 ATS in games in December or later under Kirby Smart (since 2016).
Houston is 7-1 ATS as a double-digit underdog since 2015, including 3-1 ATS under Dana Holgorsen (since 2019).
Cincinnati is 4-0 ATS against teams with winning records this season.
Houston is 15-5 ATS against AP top-5 teams since the 1978 FBS/FCS split, the best cover percentage in FBS over that span (min. 10 games).
Houston is 11-3-1 ATS in its last 15 as a road underdog, including 5-2 ATS under Holgorsen.
Houston has failed to cover five straight games in December or later.
The under is 11-2 in Cincinnati games against AP-ranked opponents under Luke Fickell (since 2017).
The over is 5-1 in Houston road games this season (2-3 in home games).
This would be the fourth straight Big Ten Championship game with a double-digit spread. The underdog is 2-1 ATS in the previous three.
Michigan is 10-2 ATS this season, the best cover percentage in FBS. That includes 5-1 ATS as a double-digit favorite.
Iowa has covered seven straight games against AP-ranked opponents, tied for the second-longest active streak in FBS with Fresno State. Tulsa has covered 11 straight such games.
The over is 5-1 in games involving Michigan against an AP-ranked opponent over the last two seasons.
Iowa is 11-5 ATS against AP top-5 teams under Kirk Ferentz (since 1999), the fourth-best cover percentage in FBS over that span. That includes a 7-1 ATS mark since 2010.
Iowa is 14-6 ATS as a double-digit underdog since 2000.
Iowa is 14-6 ATS in games in December or later under Ferentz, including five straight covers dating to 2017.
This would be the smallest spread in an ACC Championship since No. 12 Georgia Tech was a 1-point favorite against No. 25 Clemson in 2009.
Pittsburgh is 9-3 ATS this season (all as a favorite), tied for the third-best cover percentage in FBS (North Texas, Western Kentucky, Notre Dame).
Pittsburgh is 11-5-2 ATS when the line is between -3 and +3 under Pat Narduzzi (since 2015).
Wake Forest is 15-5 ATS against AP-ranked opponents under Dave Clawson (since 2014), including 3-0 ATS since 2020.
The over is 6-1 in games involving Wake Forest in November or later since 2020.
This would be the highest total in a game involving Pittsburgh under Narduzzi. The current high is 72 on November 11, 2021 against North Carolina, which went under (53).