The Northwestern Wildcats (1-1) are favored by just 2.5 points against the Duke Blue Devils (1-1) on Saturday, September 18, 2021. The game has a point total set at 49.5.
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Odds for Northwestern vs. Duke
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Over / Under Insights
- The two teams combine to score 59 points per game, 9.5 more than the over / under in this contest.
- The combined 46 points per game that these two teams have allowed this season is 3.5 less than the 49.5 plus / minus in this contest.
- Wildcats games are averaging 45.5 points this season, 4.0 down from Saturday over / under.
- In 2021, games involving the Blue Devils have averaged a total of 58.0 points, 8.5 more than the over / under set in this contest.
Northwest Statistics and Trends
- Northwestern has not won against the spread this year.
- This season, the Wildcats are winless ATS when they enter a game as 2.5-point or higher favorites.
- This year, the Wildcats accumulate just 1.5 points less per game (22.5) than the Blue Devils give up (24.0).
- The Wildcats accumulate 33.5 fewer yards per game (337.5) than the Blue Devils give up per game (371.0).
- This year, the Wildcats have flipped the ball twice, two more than the Blue Devils’ findings (0).
- Find the latest spread and moneyline odds for Northwestern at SISportsbook.
Duke Statistics and Trends
- So far this year, Duke has a win against the spread.
- The Blue Devils score 14.5 more points per game (36.5) than the Wildcats give up (22.0).
- Duke is 1-1 against the spread and 1-1 overall when the team records more than 22.0 points.
- The Blue Devils accumulate 506.5 yards per game, 166.5 yards more than the 340.0 the Wildcats allow.
- When Duke accumulates more than 340.0 yards, the team is 1-1 against the spread and 1-1 overall.
- The Blue Devils have two gifts this season, while the Wildcats have two gifts.
- Go to SISportsbook to find the last money line, margin, and over / under odds for this pairing.
Best Northwest Players
- Hunter Johnson leads his team with 283 passing yards (283.0 per game) and has a 69.8% completion percentage (30 of 43), throwing three touchdown passes and zero interceptions.
- Evan Hull has produced 87 yards rushing (87.0 per game), the team’s best, and zero touchdowns. He has scored three receptions for 23 yards (23.0 yards per game).
- Andrew Clair has 14 yards on four carries (14.0 ypg).
- Bryce Kirtz has seven receptions and sets the pace for his team with 80 receiving yards (80.0 ypg).
- Stephon Robinson Jr. has scored 79 yards on five receptions and a touchdown. He’s putting in 79.0 receiving yards per game this year.
- Malik Washington is averaging 32.0 yards per game, racking up three receptions for 32 yards.
Best Duke Players
- This season, Gunnar Holmberg has accumulated 228 passing yards (228.0 yards per game) while completing 20 of 29 passes (69% completion percentage), with one touchdown and zero interceptions.
- Mataeo Durant has rushed the team-leading 255 yards on 29 carries (255.0 yards per game) while scoring three touchdowns. He also averages 37.0 receiving yards per game, catching two passes for 37 yards.
- Jordan Waters has 65 yards on five carries (65.0 ypg). He also has two receptions for 40 yards (40.0 ypg) and a touchdown.
- Jake Bobo has caught seven passes for a team better than 88 yards. He averages 88.0 yards per game.
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.