UConn vs UMass Prediction, Odds, Line: 2022 Week 10 College Football Best Bets From Proven Model

The UConn Huskies look to avenge last season’s loss when they host the Massachusetts Minutemen on Friday. UConn (4-5) had won five of its previous seven meetings with Massachusetts (1-7) before falling 27-13 on the road in 2021. The Huskies are 35-38-2 all-time against the Minutemen, but have 17 -16-1 home advantage. UConn picked up its first win in 15 games against Boston College, a 13-3 home triumph last Saturday, while Massachusetts dropped a 23-13 decision to visiting New Mexico State that extended its losing streak to five games.

Kickoff at Pratt & Whitney Stadium in East Hartford, CT is set for 7:00 PM ET on CBS Sports Network. The Huskies are 15.5-point favorites in the latest UConn vs. Massachusetts odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over/under for total points won is 40. Before making any UMass vs. UConn decisions, you should view the predictions and college football tip betting from the SportsLine projection model.

The model simulates each FBS football game 10,000 times. Over the past six-plus years, the proprietary computer model has generated a staggering profit of nearly $3,000 per $100 player on the highest rated college football picks against the spread. Anyone who has followed him has seen tremendous returns.

The model has now zeroed in on UConn vs. UMass and has just locked in its picks and CFB predictions. You can visit SportsLine now to see the model selection. Here are the college football odds and betting lines for Massachusetts vs. UConn:

  • UConn vs. UM Mass Spread: Huskies -15.5
  • UConn vs. UMass Over/Under: 40 points
  • UConn vs. UMass money line: Huskies -800, Minutemen +550
  • UCONN: The Huskies have covered the spread in five straight games
  • UMASS: The Minutemen are 7-20 against the spread in their last 27 road contests
  • UConn vs. UMass Picks: See the picks here

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Why UConn can cover

Coming out with points entering the red zone has been a sure thing for the Huskies lately. The team has gone on the scoreboard in each of its last 14 drives inside the 20-yard line, converting a field goal in its only such situation against the Eagles last week. UConn is 22nd in the nation in red zone offense this season, converting at a 90.9 percent rate (20-for-22).

The Huskies allowed just three points for the second time this year and had great success getting to the quarterback last Saturday. UConn recorded a season-high five sacks against Boston College, its highest total since five at Temple in 2013. Junior linebacker Jackson Mitchell, who is second in the nation with 100 tackles, and junior linebacker Eric Watts share the lead on the team with 4.5 sacks each, while redshirt freshman linebacker Pryce Yates recorded three – including 2.5 against the Eagles.

Why UMass Can Cover

The Minutemen own a 38-35-2 record in the all-time series against the Huskies after recording a 27-13 home win last season. Ellis Merriweather was instrumental in that triumph as he rushed for 171 yards and a pair of touchdowns. The senior running back is second on the team in rushing with 324 yards on 89 carries and had a season-high 84 in last Saturday’s loss to New Mexico State.

Kay’Ron Adams also contributed to Massachusetts’ ground attack against the Aggies, rushing for 72 yards and a TD on just six carries. The redshirt sophomore has racked up 137 yards on the ground in his last two games after registering just 76 in his first five contests this campaign. Wide receiver George Johnson III, also a redshirt sophomore, leads the Minutemen with 21 catches and 254 receiving yards.

How to make a UConn vs. UMass pick

SportsLine’s model relies on the total, projecting the teams to combine for 43 points. He also says that one side of the spread is hit in over 50% of the simulations. You can get model selection only at SportsLine.

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