Houston vs. North Texas Fearless Prediction, Game Preview

Houston vs. North Texas Fearless Prediction, Game Preview

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Houston vs. North Texas Fearless Prediction, Game Preview


Houston vs. North Texas fearless prediction and game preview.

Houston vs. North Texas Broadcast

Date: Saturday, September 28
Game Time: 8:00 ET
Venue: Apogee Stadium, Denton, TX
Network: Facebook

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Houston (1-3) vs. North Texas (2-2) Game Preview

What’s Going To Happen

And now it’s back to the Clayton Tune era.

He stepped in last season when D’Eriq King got banged up and threw for close to 800 yards and eight scores with two picks. Now it’s his job to try to salvage a season deemed too lost for King and second-leading receiver Keith Corbin to play through.

The Cougars lost Oklahoma and Washington State – no shame there – and suffered a brutal defeat in the final moments to Tulane. But now it all needs to turn around fast with Cincinnati, SMU, UCF and Memphis coming up.

North Texas hasn’t been able to crank up its offense on a consistent basis, but Mason Fine and the passing game should have a shot to go off for the second straight week. The Mean Green didn’t blow up UTSA last week, but Fine was ultra-effective.
Just how much will the departures hurt Houston? They won’t help, and the secondary that’s giving up over 300 yards per game will get hit hard by Fine, too.

At home, the Mean Green defense will come up with a decent day, the offense will start to click a little better, and Houston’s problems catching a break this season will keep on rolling.
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Houston vs. North Texas Prediction, Line

North Texas 34, Houston 30
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North Texas -7.5, o/u: 59
ATS Confidence out of 5: 3
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Must See Rating: 2.5

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