UNLV (3-1) and New Mexico (2-2) will duel off in a Mountain West Conference contest on Friday night. This will be an exciting and energetic matchup as these conference foes clash. UNLV rolls into this game averaging 439.8 total yards per game, which ranks third in the Mountain West. Meanwhile, New Mexico is fourth in the conference in total yards allowed (355.5). The game will be televised live on CBS Sports Network. 

Kickoff from Allegiant Stadium in Nevada is set for 11 p.m. ET on CBS Sports Network. Caesars Sportsbook lists the Rebels at -14 in the latest New Mexico vs. UNLV odds. The over/under for total points is set at 44. Before making any UNLV vs. New Mexico picks, be sure to check out the college football predictions and betting advice from SportsLine's proven model.

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Now, the model has set its sights on New Mexico vs. UNLV and just revealed its picks and predictions. You can visit SportsLine now to see the model's picks. Now, here are several college football odds and betting lines for UNLV vs. New Mexico:

  • New Mexico vs. UNLV spread: UNLV -14  
  • New Mexico vs. UNLV Over/Under: 44 points  
  • New Mexico vs. UNLV money line: UNLV -650, New Mexico +460 
  • UNM: Under is 6-0 in Lobos last six games following an ATS loss 
  • UNLV: Rebels are 4-0 ATS in their last four games overall 
  • New Mexico vs. UNLV picks: See picks here
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Why UNLV can cover

UNLV owns a smooth and effective aerial attack. This offense is averaging 259.8 passing yards per game and has scored 50-plus points in two games thus far. Sophomore receiver Ricky White is a sound route runner with the ability to separate from defenders. White is leading the team in both receptions (19) and receiving yards (317) with three touchdowns. In Week Three, he caught seven passes for 76 yards and a touchdown. 

Junior receiver Kyle Williams is another smooth option in the passing game. Williams has sure hands, a nice release with the skill to explode off the line. The California native has reeled in 18 passes for 235 yards with a team-high four touchdowns. He's snagged a touchdown in each game this season. On Sept. 17, he recorded eight catches for 69 yards and a touchdown. 

Why New Mexico can cover

Sophomore running back Nathaniel Jones has the skillset needed to thrive in the backfield. Jones has the size (5-foot-11, 200 pounds) to barrel through defenders and produces yards after contact. The California native is leading the team in carries (38) and yards (138). His best performance thus far came against UTEP, where he recorded 21 carries for 83 yards with a touchdown.

Junior running back Sherod White is another contributor in the backfield. White is a strong ball-carrier who has great hands in the passing game. He is second on the team with 26 carries for 110 yards and a team-best three touchdowns. White also reeled in four passes for 60 yards. This duo is looking to get it going into this primetime affair. 

How to make New Mexico vs. UNLV picks

SportsLine's model is leaning Over on the total, projecting the teams to combine for 48 points. The model also says one side of the spread hits in more than 50% of simulations. You can only get the model's pick at SportsLine

So who wins New Mexico vs. UNLV? And which side of the spread hits in more than 50% of simulations? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of the spread you need to jump on, all from the model that has crushed its college football picks, and find out.