The Eastern Michigan Eagles and the Bowling Green Falcons will face off in a Mid-American clash at noon ET on Saturday at Doyt L. Perry Stadium. Bowling Green is 2-5 overall and 1-2 at home, while the Eagles are 4-3 overall and 1-2 on the road. Bowling Green has dominated the all-time series with 20 wins versus eight losses.
The Eagles are favored by three points in the latest Bowling Green vs. Eastern Michigan odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the over-under is set at 49. Before entering any Eastern Michigan vs. Bowling Green picks, you'll want to see the college football predictions from the model at SportsLine.
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- Bowling Green vs. Eastern Michigan spread: Eastern Michigan -3
- Bowling Green vs. Eastern Michigan over-under: 49 points
What you need to know about Bowling Green
Bowling Green came up short against the Northern Illinois Huskies last Saturday, falling 34-26. Despite the loss, the Falcons got a solid performance out of QB Matt McDonald, who passed for one TD and 235 yards in addition to picking up 75 yards on the ground.
Offense has been a problem for the Falcons as they rank 118th in FBS in scoring. Last week's 26 points was the first time all season they scored more than 20 points versus an FBS school. A major part of Bowling Green's struggle in finding the end zone is the fact it ranks second-worst in all of college football with just 72 rushing yards per game.
What you need to know about Eastern Michigan
Meanwhile, the Eagles entered their game against the Ball State Cardinals on Saturday without any home losses -- but there's a first time for everything. EMU took a 38-31 hit to the loss column. QB Ben Bryant had a tough game, throwing two interceptions.
The Eagles have an efficient offense led by Cincinnati transfer QB Ben Bryant. He leads the MAC with a 67.9 completion percentage while ranking second in yards per attempt. But Bryant has been on a turnover binge as of late as he's thrown four interceptions over the last three games after throwing no picks over his first four games.
How to make Bowling Green vs. Eastern Michigan picks
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