Duke Blue Devils vs Kansas Jayhawks 9/24/22 Prediction and Caesars Sportsbook Promo
September 24, 2022
The Duke Blue Devils are set for the college football game against the Kansas Jayhawks at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, KS. Both teams went undefeated in their last three games.
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Why bet on the Kansas Jayhawks?
✅ The Jayhawks won their last three CFB game with no loss and averaged 53 points scored per game.
✅ From three games, the Jayhawks QB Jalon Daniels gained 566 passing yards with seven touchdowns.
✅ The Jayhawks accumulated 582 passing yards and 777 rushing yards from three games played.
|Duke Blue Devils vs Kansas Jayhawks
|Saturday, September 24, at 12:00 p.m. ET
|David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
|Kansas Jayhawks to cover | Spread @ -7 (-110)
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Duke Blue Devils vs Kansas Jayhawks
Duke Blue Devils
The Duke Blue Devils are currently 2-1 against the spread and 3-0 overall. They opened the season with a 30-0 win over Temple, beat Northwestern 31-23 as a road dog, and last week, they handled North Carolina A&T by a score of 49-20.
Through three games, the Blue Devils are currently ranked 39th in the country when it comes to rushing the ball with an average of 205 yards per game, while they are 56th in passing the football with an average of 253.3 yards per contest.
The Blue Devils' sophomore QB Riley Leonard led the team's offense with 48 completions out of 66 attempts for 723 yards. He recorded five touchdowns with two passes got intercepted.
Playing as the Blue Devils' three primary wide receivers, Jalon Calhoun, Eli Pancol and Sahmir Hagans combined for 23 receptions for 362 receiving yards and one TD.
On the defense, they are currently 51st in the country in holding the opposition to an average of 119.3 rushing yards per game, while they are 78th in surrendering 228.7 passing yards per contest.
The Kansas Jayhawks opened the season with a 56-10 win over Tennessee Tech, and their victories over West Virginia with a 55-42 score in overtime and Houston with a 48-30 score as a road underdog drew widespread attention.
The Jayhawks are currently 3-0 against the spread, and all of their victories have gone over the total. They are led by the efforts of their running attack, which is seventh in the country with an average of 259.3 yards per contest, and the passing attack, 102nd with an average of 194 yards per game.
QB Jalon Daniels is expected to start to lead the Jayhawks' offense against the Blue Devils' defensive lineup. He recorded 47 completions out of 70 attempts for 566 yards and seven touchdowns.
Wide receivers Lawrence Arnold, Quentin Skinner and Luke Grimm are predicted to be the main targets for the passing game. They accumulated 314 receiving yards with two touchdowns from 25 receptions.
The team is allowing 137.7 rushing yards and 241.3 passing yards on the defense.