Betting odds and promo codes for the Arizona State Sun Devils vs. UNLV matchup.

Arizona State Sun Devils vs. UNLV Betting Odds & Promo Codes

The Arizona State Sun Devils are looking to start their season with a 2-0 record for the first time in two years as they take on the University of Nevada-Las Vegas Rebels in Tempe on Saturday night. This game will also be significant as it will be the first time that Sun Devils fans in Arizona can legally place bets on the outcome.

The Sun Devils cruised to victory over Southern Utah, an FCS team, in their season opener on Sept. 2. They are now strong favorites with Arizona sports betting apps for their next game against the Rebels.

Fans now have the opportunity to bet on the game with DraftKings Arizona and BetMGM Arizona both predicting ASU to win by 34.5 points, as well as FanDuel Arizona, since sports betting has been introduced.

The Sun Devils and Rebels will kick off their game at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday in Arizona, airing live on ESPN2 for a national audience.

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Expanding upon ASU’s Opener concept

Herm Edwards, the head coach of Arizona State, and his team will look to capitalize on their victory over the Thunderbirds by focusing on precision passing and establishing a dominant running game from the beginning of the game.

During Saturday’s game, the Sun Devils gained 222 rushing yards and scored six rushing touchdowns. Junior QB Jayden Daniels also had an impressive game, completing 10 of 12 passes for 132 yards.

In the win, all of the Sun Devils’ running backs, including Rachaad White, DeaMonte Trayanum, Daniyel Ngata, and Ricky Pearsall, scored at least one touchdown on the ground, although none of them reached 100 rushing yards individually.

The Sun Devils’ strong running game allowed Edwards to give game time to his younger players, leading to a decisive 41-14 win for the home team.


ASU’s Last Tune-up

The Sun Devils are set to face off against UNLV, who are coming off a 35-33 loss to Football Championship Subdivision team Eastern Washington in their last game.

The Rebels experienced a devastating defeat in their season opener at home, losing in overtime after a remarkable comeback that saw them erase a 14-point deficit in the final quarter.

Despite the loss, running back Charles Williams shined for the Rebels with 172 rushing yards and two touchdowns, while receiver Kyle Williams tallied 87 yards on six receptions.

In his second year as head coach, Marcus Arroyo is leading the Rebels in Sin City with a record of 0-7 over two seasons.


An impending test is on the horizon

The Sun Devils face a tougher college football game next weekend when they visit Provo to play against BYU, who just beat in-state rival Arizona 24-16.

If the Sun Devils can secure a victory against the Rebels this Saturday, they will have a solid chance to move up in the Associated Press top-25 rankings from their current position at 25th.

Nevertheless, it is important for them to remain focused and keep up their momentum in order to avoid being surprised by a BYU team that has the capability to pull off an upset, especially when playing at home.

Edwards and his team are currently focused on securing their first win against the UNLV Rebels, after suffering a 23-20 loss to them in Tempe 13 years ago.

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Peterson Christopher

Peterson Christopher, with over seven years of experience covering sports and sports betting in Arizona for publications like ArizonaSports.com, the Tucson Weekly, and the Green Valley News, has now taken on the role of lead writer at yengols.com.

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