LAS VEGAS, NV - OCTOBER 29: Quarterback Pete Thomas #4 of the Colorado State Rams goes to hand the ball off during a game against the UNLV Rebels at Sam Boyd Stadium October 29, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
The Colorado State Rams have lost four games in a row, and the odds makers don't like their chances of ending that streak this week against San Diego State.
The Colorado State Rams have really been struggling of late on the football field, losing four consecutive games going into this Saturday's contest against the San Diego State Aztecs. Unfortunately, our partners over at Odds Shark don't like their chances of ending that losing streak this week, as the Aztecs are 12.5-point favorites for the game.
The Rams, currently 3-5 on the season, had won three of their first four games this season, but things have quickly raveled apart since then, with the team losing four straight games. They haven't played since an Oct. 29 defeat against UNLV, so they're presumably well-prepared for the game, but they're still underdogs.
San Diego State is a deserving favorite, though. The Aztecs, currently 5-3 on the year, are coming off an easy win against New Mexico last week. Their three losses this year have come against Michigan, TCU and Wyoming, three teams that are a combined 19-7 this season.