The SportsLine model has just released its MACtion predictions for Tuesday’s game between the Ohio Bobcats and the Buffalo Bulls.
The Buffalo Bulls (5-3) will face the Ohio Bobcats in a MACtion matchup on Tuesday (5-3). Buffalo leads the division after going 4-0 in conference play. At 3-1, Ohio is tied for second place in the division with Bowling Green. Ohio is second in the MAC in scoring offense, averaging 32 points per game, while Buffalo is third, averaging 30.9 points per game. The Buckeyes do the majority of their damage through the air, leading the conference with 308.5 passing yards per game. Buffalo has the more balanced offense, ranking in the top five in both rushing and passing offense in the MAC.
The game will begin at 7:30 p.m. ET from Peden Stadium in Athens. In the most recent Buffalo vs. Ohio odds from Caesars Sportsbook, the Bulls are 2.5-point favorites. The total point over/under is 60.5. Before making any Ohio vs. Buffalo picks or MACtion predictions, check out the SportsLine Projection Model.
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The model has now locked in its MACtion picks and predictions for Ohio vs. Buffalo. You can see the model’s picks on SportsLine right now. Here are the Buffalo vs. Ohio odds and college football betting lines:
Buffalo vs. Ohio betting line: Bulls -2.5
- Over/under for Buffalo vs. Ohio: 60.5 points
- Buffalo -125, Ohio +105 on the money line.
- BUFF: The Bulls are 4-0 ATS in their last four games after an ATS victory.
- OH: The Bobcats are 4-0 against the spread in their last four conference games.
- Picks for Buffalo vs. Ohio are available at SportsLine.
Why Buffalo can provide coverage
Both sides of the ball are strong for the Bulls. They are second in the MAC in scoring defense and have a well-rounded offensive approach. Cole Snyder has thrown for 1,907 yards, 12 touchdowns, and five interceptions this season. Justin Marshall, Quian Williams, and Jamari Gassett all have over 300 yards receiving.
Meanwhile, the backfield features two players with over 400 rushing yards in Ron Cook Jr. and Mike Washington. This season, the Bulls have also been strong against the spread, going 6-1-1 ATS. This season, the 85.7% cover rate is tied for third best in the country.
Why is Ohio capable of covering
The Bobcats’ passing game has been centered on senior receiver Sam Wiglusz. Wiglusz is a proven possession receiver who has the quarterback’s trust. The native of Ohio has sure hands and understands how to use leverage to create space. He leads the conference in receiving yards (579) and has seven touchdowns. In his previous game, he caught six passes for 69 yards and two touchdowns.
Sieh Bangura, a freshman running back, is another valuable contributor to the offense. Bangura is a strong runner who can also outrun defenders. The Maryland native provides production on the ground as well as in the air. Bangura leads the team in rushing with 107 attempts for 495 yards and seven touchdowns. He’s also caught 18 passes for 168 yards and one receiving touchdown.
How to Make Picks for Ohio vs. Buffalo
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