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2022 Utah State Aggies Betting Odds, Picks & Predictions

2022 UTAH STATE AGGIES BETTING ODDS, PREDICTIONS, PREVIEW

The Aggies are coming off an 11-win season, Mountain West title, and bowl win over Oregon State. Head Coach Blake Anderson did that in his very first season and will look to recreate that same success in year two. While the Aggies did lose some guys after last season, Anderson’s offense scheme should continue to see success and put them in contention for another Mountain West Championship.  

Head Coach Blake Anderson brought in a new coaching staff and offensive game plan that saw plenty of success as the Aggies averaged 446 yards and 33 points per game last season. Veteran QB Logan Bonner (3,628 YDS, 36 TD, 12 INT) will return after a great 2021 season. Utah State lost their top three receivers but Justin McGriff (35 REC, 414 YDS, 6 TD) and transfer Brian Cobbs (25 REC, 341 YDS, 1 TD) from Maryland will take over as the lead targets. Much of the offensive line will return but need to be better in creating space for RB Calvin Tyler (73 ATT, 316 YDS, 8 TD). Utah State’s defense held opponents to 24 points or less in seven of their last nine games and will look to carry that momentum into this season.  

Vegas does not expect the Aggies to see the same success as last season with their win total set at seven. Their games against Alabama, BYU, Boise State, and Air Force will be Utah State’s toughest games of the season. Just winning one of these games would be huge as the Aggies should take care of business in at least seven of the remaining eight games on their schedule. Best play here is the over 7 wins (-120) but there is value in backing Utah State to win the Mountain West Championship as they should be in contention to come out of the Mountain division towards the end of the season.  

Best Bet: Over 7 Wins (-120) 

2022 UTAH STATE AGGIES SCHEDULE

  • Sat., Aug. 27 - vs. UConn
  • Sat., Sept. 3 - at Alabama
  • Sat., Sept. 10 - vs. Weber State
  • Sat., Sept. 24 - vs. UNLV
  • Thu., Sept. 29 - at BYU
  • Sat., Oct. 8 - vs. Air Force
  • Sat., Oct. 15 - at Colorado State
  • Sat., Oct. 22 - at Wyoming
  • Sat., Nov. 5 - vs. New Mexico
  • Sat., Nov. 12 - at Hawaii
  • Sat., Nov. 19 - vs. San Jose State
  • Fri., Nov. 25 - at Boise State

WIN TOTAL ODDS

  • Over 7 (-120)
  • Under 7 (+100)
Utah State is considered a top dark horse in the Mountain West for 2022. (Getty)

UTAH STATE AGGIES ODDS TO WIN MOUNTAIN WEST CHAMPIONSHIP

+1000

While this is not my favorite bet for the Aggies, I do think there is some value here. Utah State were champions of the Mountain West last season and return several key pieces, so to think they cannot repeat is a bit foolish. I have Boise State as the team to come out of the Mountain division but if they do not have the season people expect, don’t be surprised to see Utah State in the Mountain West Championship game.  

UTAH STATE AGGIES ODDS TO WIN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

+100000

The Aggies week two game against Alabama will be the closest thing to a National Championship they see all season. However, with another successful season this team could at least find themselves in the top 25. Back Utah State to beat Alabama or back them to win the Mountain West Championship if you are looking for some juice. They may not offer this kind of odds but are more realistic.  

UTAH STATE AGGIES 2022 HEISMAN CONTENDERS & ODDS

Levi Williams (QB) +15000

Levi Williams finished the 2021 season with 3,628 yards, 36 TD, and 12 INT. Week two against Alabama will be a great time for Williams to display his abilities. It is not the strongest bet to back, but I do not hate a small wager here. If Williams can have a big game against Bama and improve his numbers from last season who knows what could happen.  

2021 UTAH STATE AGGIES BETTING RESULTS

  • SU: 11-3
  • ATS: 10-4
  • O/U: 6-8
  • ATS-Home: 3-3
  • ATS-Road: 7-1
  • ATS-Favorite: 4-2
  • ATS-Underdog: 6-2

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