Tulsa Vs South Florida Odds & Final Score PredictionNoah Williams
The Tulsa Golden Hurricane football squad heads to South Florida to battle the AAC second place Bulls this Thursday on Nov.16th. The game kicks-off at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa at 7:30 pm ET live on ESPN.
Tulsa has a 4 and 6 ATS record. The Golden Hurricane are 2 and 8 straight up. South Florida is 8 and 1 straight up. The Bulls are 4 and 5 against the spread.
Tulsa Vs South Florida Odds & Final Score Prediction
The Week 12 college football odds favor South Florida 22-points over Tusla. The over/under is 68.
Bet on Tulsa +22 because…
Tulsa steps it up versus the very best teams. Tulsa is a fantastic 9 and 2 against the spread versus a team with a winning record. Tulsa can also bounce back from bad ATS losses. The Golden Hurricane is 11-3-1 ATS in their last 15 games following an ATS loss.
Bet on South Florida -22 because…
South Florida’s offense is overwhelming. The Bulls average 502.3 yards per game. That ranks ninth in college football. South Florida scores a ridiculous 39.1 points per game. That ranks eleventh in college football. South Florida’s offense has overwhelmed 8 of South Florida’s 9 opponents this season.
Tulsa Vs South Florida Final Score Prediction
There’s no doubt that South Florida has a strong offense. But, as strong as South Florida’s offense has been, it hasn’t translated to wins against the spread.
The Bulls are 0 and 3 ATS in their last 3 games. South Florida is also 3 and 10 against the spread in their last 13 games on a Thursday. That’s an important trend because when a team plays on Thursday, it disrupts their weekly activities before the Saturday game.
Both trends point to Tulsa covering the spread on Thursday night. There are other reasons to believe in Tulsa. The Golden Hurricane average a decent 31 points per game.
If Tulsa hits their offensive average, South Florida would have to score over 53 points to cover the spread. I don’t believe that’s possible. My guess is that South Florida’s defense plays well while the offense is more conservative than it usually is.
I like South Florida to win straight up. I like Tulsa to cover the spread.