LAS VEGAS, NV - OCTOBER 29: Chris Nwoke #6 of the Colorado State Rams scores on a two-point conversion against the UNLV Rebels during their game at Sam Boyd Stadium October 29, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada. UNLV won 38-35. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
The Colorado State Rams are the underdogs as they hope to beat Wyoming on Saturday and break a seven-game losing streak.
The Colorado State Rams haven't won a football game since beating Utah State 35-34 in overtime on Sept. 24, and this Saturday's match against the Wyoming Cowboys is their last chance to get a victory. They're currently riding a seven-game losing streak as they host Wyoming at home, but unfortunately the odds makers still don't really like their chances.
According to our partners over at Odds Shark, the Cowboys are 5.5-point favorites against the Rams on Saturday, which obviously makes sense as long as you look at each team's respective record. Wyoming comes into the game at 7-4 on the year, with three of those four losses coming against quality teams from Boise State, Nebraska and TCU. Colorado State, on the other hand, is just 3-8 this season, and haven't won in two months after starting the season 3-1.
The over/under for the game is set at 51 points, a number that may not necessarily be reached given that neither team brings much offense to the table. Both teams favor the run over the pass, though, so expect the rush defenses for both teams to be challenged on Saturday.