Free College Football Picks Today: Nevada Reno Wolf Pack vs Fresno State Bulldogs 11/19/22

Free College Football Picks Today: Nevada Reno Wolf Pack vs Fresno State Bulldogs 11/19/22
Sat 19th November 2022

The thriving Fresno State University Bulldogs (6-4, 5-1 MWC) head to face the University of Nevada Wolf Pack (2-8, 0-6 MWC), who will be out to snap their losing run, at Clarence Mackay Stadium on Saturday.

The Bulldogs are 22.5-point favorites, and the total is 54.Fresno State is coming off a 37-30 win over UNLV at Allegiant Stadium last Friday, their fifth straight victory.

Jake Haener was 28 of 36 for 313 yards and three touchdowns. Jordan Mims ran 21 times for 70 yards and a touchdown. Jalen Moreno-Cropper caught eight passes for 164 yards and two touchdowns.

Nevada dropped an eighth straight game last Saturday, falling 41-3 to Boise State at Clarence Mackay Stadium. Shane Illingworth threw for 123 yards. Toa Taua carried 16 times for 103 yards. Carlton Brown III caught one reception for 37 yards.


The Bulldogs won the only meeting between the teams last season, a 34-32 victory in October. Jake Haener threw two touchdowns for Fresno State, as Jordan Mims added two TDs (1 rush, 1 rec). Carson Strong tossed four touchdowns for Nevada.


The Bulldogs are averaging 30.0 points per game for the season, 53rd in FBS, and they are facing a Wolf Pack defense that has surrendered 30.3 PPG (102nd). Meanwhile, Nevada has scored 19.0 points a game this season, 119th in the country, and Fresno State is allowing 23.6 PPG (45th).

The Bulldogs rank 23rd in the country in passing yards per game (278.0) and 94th in rushing (129.0), while the Wolf Pack are 52nd in passing yards allowed per game (218.0) and 100th against the run (177.2).

Nevada has been one of the country’s least successful teams in both passing and rushing yards per game, averaging 170.6 (119th) and 110.1 (114th) yards per game, respectively. The Bulldogs are allowing 199.1 passing yards (30th) and 167.0 rushing yards per game (94th).


Through six games, Jake Haener has thrown for 14 touchdowns (3 INT) and 314.7 yards per game to lead Fresno State in passing. In two away games this season, he has four TDs (1 INT) and an average of 215.0 yards passing.

Jordan Mims leads the team in rushing with an average of 87.0 yards a game over 10 games. He has 10 touchdowns on the ground and three through the air. Jalen Moreno-Cropper is the Bulldogs’ leading receiver with 82.8 yards a game and five TDs.

Nate Cox has two passing touchdowns (1 INT) with 105.0 yards per game through nine games to lead Nevada. In five home games this season, he has thrown for two TDs (1 INT) and an average of 120.0 yards.

Toa Taua has been the home team’s leading performer on the ground, averaging 67.4 yards a game through 10 games. He has 11 total touchdowns, 10 rushing and one receiving.

B.J. Casteel has been the primary target in the Wolf Pack’s aerial attack. He has two touchdowns and a 42.8 yard per game average through 10 appearances.


Nevada has lost four in a row at home this season.

SportsTips’ College Foottball Pick:

Fresno State -22.5 (-110)

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