The South Alabama Jaguars (4-5) are 15-point favorites when they host the Arkansas State Red Wolves (5-4) in a Sun Belt matchup on Saturday, November 11, 2023 at Hancock Whitney Stadium. The contest has an over/under of 55.5 points.
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Jaguars vs. Red Wolves Game Info
- Date: Saturday, November 11, 2023
- Time: 5:00 PM ET
- Channel: ESPN+
- Livestream: Stream NCAA football on Fubo and ESPN+
- City: Mobile, Alabama
- Venue: Hancock Whitney Stadium
- Offensively, the Jaguars rank 39th in the FBS with 431.8 yards per game. Meanwhile, they rank 27th in total defense (326.2 yards allowed per contest).
- The Jaguars are averaging 30.9 points per game on offense (43rd in the FBS), and they rank 41st on defense with 21.9 points allowed per game.
- South Alabama ranks 36th in pass offense (271.0 passing yards per game) and 32nd in pass defense (200.3 passing yards allowed per game) this season.
- The Jaguars are compiling 160.8 rushing yards per game on offense (66th in the FBS), and they rank 39th on defense with 125.9 rushing yards allowed per game.
- South Alabama is averaging a 44.1% third-down percentage on offense (30th in the FBS), and ranks 41st on the other side of the ball with a 35.8% third-down conversion rate allowed.
- With 11 forced turnovers (50th in the FBS) against 12 turnovers committed (86th in the FBS), the Jaguars (-1) have the 74th-ranked turnover margin in college football.
Red Wolves Insights
- Arkansas State has sputtering defensively, ranking ninth-worst with 441.6 total yards allowed per game. It has been better offensively, compiling 379.6 total yards per contest (76th-ranked).
- Arkansas State ranks 84th in points per game (24.6), but it has been worse on the defensive side of the ball, ranking 23rd-worst in the FBS with 31.9 points allowed per contest.
- The Red Wolves have been struggling against the pass, ranking 12th-worst with 268.3 passing yards allowed per game. They have been more effective offensively, compiling 226.2 passing yards per contest (71st-ranked).
- Arkansas State ranks 73rd in the FBS with 153.3 rushing yards per game on offense, and it ranks 105th with 173.2 rushing yards given up per game on defense.
- The Red Wolves are generating a 36.7% third-down conversion percentage on offense this season (92nd-ranked). Meanwhile, they are giving up a 40.0% third-down rate (87th-ranked) on defense.
- Arkansas State has forced four turnovers this season and have turned it over nine times, resulting in a -5 turnover margin that is 22nd-worst in the FBS.
- La’Damian Webb has recorded 727 rushing yards with 14 touchdowns (80.8 yards per game through nine games). His 5.4 yards per attempt rank 96th in college football.
- He has also caught 18 passes (on zero targets) for 108 receiving yards with zero touchdowns. He’s averaging 12.0 receving yards and 2.0 catches per game.
- Caullin Lacy has caught 64 passes (10th in the FBS) on zero targets for 1,046 total yards (second in the FBS) and six touchdowns. He is averaging 7.1 catches and 116.2 yards per game through nine games.
- Carter Bradley has 2,156 passing yards, 13 touchdowns and seven interceptions this year. He has completed 65.7% of his attempts, averaging 269.5 yards per game and 8.5 per attempt.
Red Wolves Leaders
- Through seven games played this year, Jaylen Raynor has totaled 1,648 passing yards, with 13 touchdowns against four interceptions and completing 59.3% of his attempts.
- Raynor has also rushed for five touchdowns and 324 yards (third on the Red Wolves).
- Courtney Jackson has put together a 2023 stat sheet that includes 25 catches for 480 yards and six receiving touchdowns over nine games played. He has been on the receiving end of zero targets and is averaging 2.8 receptions per game.
- Ja’Quez Cross is averaging 52.2 rushing yards per game this season (470 total yards), while scoring three rushing touchdowns.
- Cross has helped in the receiving game, picking up 114 receiving yards (12.7 per game) on 17 catches (1.9 per game), while being targeted zero times. He is looking for his first receiving touchdown.