The Florida International Panthers (4-6) are overwhelming 28.5-point underdogs on Saturday, November 18, 2023 against the Arkansas Razorbacks (3-7). The point total is set at 49.5.
This matchup will be airing on ESPNU.
Razorbacks vs. Panthers Game Info
- Date: Saturday, November 18, 2023
- Time: 7:30 PM ET
- Channel: ESPNU
- Livestream: Stream NCAA football on Fubo and ESPN+
- City: Fayetteville, Arkansas
- Venue: Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium
- The Razorbacks rank 19th-worst in total offense (318.6 yards per game), but they’ve played a little better on defense, ranking 48th with 358.2 yards allowed per game.
- The Razorbacks are totaling 26.1 points per game offensively this year (72nd in the FBS), and they are allowing 26.7 points per game (71st) on the defensive side of the ball.
- Arkansas is averaging 196.5 passing yards per game on offense (101st in the FBS), and ranks 38th defensively with 205.6 passing yards allowed per game.
- The Razorbacks are putting up 122.1 rushing yards per game on offense (104th in the FBS), and they rank 73rd defensively with 152.6 rushing yards allowed per game.
- Arkansas is averaging a 37.9% third-down percentage on offense (78th in the FBS), and ranks 75th defensively with a 39.4% third-down conversion rate allowed.
- The Razorbacks have forced 14 total turnovers (27th in the FBS) this season and have turned it over nine times (36th in the FBS) for a turnover margin of +5, the 21st-best in college football.
- This season has been difficult for Florida International on both offense and defense, as it is putting up only 320.3 total yards per game (22nd-worst) and surrendering 433.7 total yards per game (15th-worst).
- Florida International ranks 14th-worst in points per game (19.3), but it has been more productive on the defensive side of the ball, ranking 103rd in the FBS with 29.7 points surrendered per contest.
- In terms of passing, the Panthers rank 69th in the FBS (224.6 passing yards per game) and 99th defensively (242.6 passing yards allowed per game).
- In terms of rushing, this season has been rough for Florida International on both sides of the ball, as it is putting up only 95.7 rushing yards per game (ninth-worst) and allowing 191.1 rushing yards per game (ninth-worst).
- The Panthers rank second-worst in third-down conversion percentage (26.6%), but they’ve been better on the other side of the ball, ranking 59th in the FBS with a 38.0% third-down rate allowed.
- With 10 forced turnovers (78th in the FBS) and 12 turnovers committed (81st in the FBS) this season, Florida International ranks 82nd in the FBS with a turnover margin of -2.
- K.J. Jefferson has thrown for 1,918 yards, 16 touchdowns and eight interceptions this year. He averages 191.8 yards per game and 7.2 per attempt, while completing 65.0% of his passes.
- He has tacked on 342 rushing yards (34.2 per game) and two touchdowns on the ground.
- Andrew Armstrong’s 657 receiving yards this season have come from zero targets and 48 receptions. He’s averaging 65.7 receiving yards and 4.8 catches per game, with four receiving touchdowns.
- AJ Green’s output on the ground this season includes 289 yards and two TDs. He is averaging 28.9 yards per game and 5.4 per attempt.
- Green has received zero targets in the passing game and has five catches (0.5 per game) for 14 yards (1.4 per game) and one TD.
- This year, Kris Mitchell has 50 receptions for 845 yards with six receiving touchdowns. He has been targeted zero times and averages 5.0 catches per game through 10 games played.
- In nine games, Keyone Jenkins has 1,908 passing yards, with six touchdowns against seven interceptions and completing 59.1% of his attempts.
- Jenkins also has five rushing touchdowns and 49 rushing yards (third on the Panthers).
- Shomari Lawrence is averaging 52.2 rushing yards per game this season (522 total yards), while scoring four rushing touchdowns.