Kick off time from Texas is scheduled for 8PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by the Longhorn Network.
NEW MEXICO VS TEXAS
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The betting odds opened up in this week two college football game with the home team Texas Longhorns favored by -38 points with the over under lined at 52 points.
Early money from the betting public has landed on the side of the home club as Texas is now favored by -38 ½ points. The total has moved up to a current line of 52 ½ points.
Texas Longhorns money line bettors will lay -42000 odds with the road underdog New Mexico Lobos returning +14000 odds to post the straight up win with no need for the points on their side.
The New Mexico Lobos opened up their 2012 year last week with a 66-21 home win against FCS school Southern.
The Lobos tallied up 417 yards of offense with 347 yards from their run game for nearly 7 yards per carry.
Quarterback B.R. Holbrook hit on 6 of 8 passes for 57 yards and a touchdown. Demarcus Rodgers on 13 carries ran for 103 yards and a touchdown. Ty Kirk had a 16 yard touchdown catch.
New Mexico allowed Southern 325 yards offense with just 83 coming from their run game for less than three yards a carry.
The Texas Longhorns are 1-0 this season after defeating the Wyoming Cowboys last week by the score of 37-17 as a -31 point home favorite. The total landed under 54 ½ points.
Texas was able to amass 436 offensive yards and ran for 280 yards for 6 yards per carry average.
Quarterback David Ash hit on 20 of 27 passes for 156 yards with a touchdown. Joe Bergeron ran for 110 yards on 15 carries and two touchdowns. Jaxon Shipley led Texas with seven receptions for 45 yards and a touchdown.
Texas allowed Wyoming 345 yards of offense with just 69 yards on the ground for barely over 2 yards a carry.
CFB Trend: New Mexico Lobos are 4-0 ATS in their past four games.
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