- Green Wave Going “Fourth?”
- Memphis’ Disappointing Loss
- Tulane’s Unfamiliar Position
- Tigers vs Green Wave Game Injuries
- Tigers vs Green Wave Head-To-Head
- Tigers vs Green Wave Game Information
- Tigers vs Green Wave Betting Lines
- Tigers vs Green Wave Prediction
- Tigers vs Green Wave Trends
- Tigers vs Green Wave Edge
- Tigers vs Green Wave Results
- Tigers vs Green Wave Game Summary
Green Wave Going “Fourth?”
The No. 25 Tulane Green Wave eye a fourth straight win when they host the Memphis Tigers in an American Athletic Conference contest Saturday afternoon. Tulane (6-1) is a perfect 3-0 in conference play, leading the AAC by a half-game over both Cincinnati and UCF. Memphis (4-3, 2-2 in AAC) lost it’s last two and tied with East Carolina and Navy in fourth place. Before you make any bet online, check out our preview.
Let’s check the latest college football odds, stats, and injury reports for Tigers vs Green Wave.
Memphis’ Disappointing Loss
The Memphis Tigers have had a week to contemplate last Saturday’s four-overtime loss to the East Carolina Pirates. It was one of the better games in College football last weekend. Memphis had a 17-0 lead, but couldn’t last, eventually falling, 47-45.
Soph quarterback Seth Henigan was solid in defeat, however, with 407 yards and two touchdowns. He was intercepted twice and sacked four times. He has 1,924 passing yards this season.
Junior wide receiver Joseph Scates broke out against the Pirates, with five catches (112 yards) and a touchdown. Those five receptions matched his entire season’s total entering the game. Tight end Caden Prieskorn is the Tigers’ biggest threat in the passing game (27 catches, 323 yards, six touchdowns). He had six grabs (104 yards) against ECU.
Tulane’s Unfamiliar Position
The Tulane Green Wave have been playing very well, and they’re being recognized as such. It’s their first appearance in the national polls (No. 25) since 1998, but don’t expect coach Willie Fritz to be satisfied. Tulamd still has some work to do.
“We didn’t play clean the whole ballgame,” Fritz said after Saturday’s 45-31 win at South Florida. “When you play 70-something snaps, you’ve got to be really disciplined with all 11 guys. We had a couple where we didn’t get lined up properly or have our eyes on the right guy, but we made some good plays and we ran the ball and threw the ball well. It hasn’t been the case for really a whole bunch of the season where we’ve done both of them well.”
Quarterback Michael Pratt definitely did a lot of good things in the win, with 329 yards, and two touchdowns, while also rushing for a pair of scores. The junior has 1,560 passing yards (11 touchdowns), 196 rush yards (four touchdowns) as well.
Running back Tyjae Spears leads Tulane with 463 yards (eight touchdowns). The junior had 151 yards and a pair of scores against South Florida, including a 75-yard scamper.
Tigers vs Green Wave Game Injuries
Tigers vs Green Wave Head-To-Head
The Memphis Tigers have dominated their recent all-time series against the Tulane Green Wave, winning 13 of the last 15. The last four meetings have been split, however, with the home team prevailing each time since 2017.
The Green Wave are 12-9-1 at home in this series. The college football lines are favoring the homestanding Green Wave to earn the win.
Tigers vs Green Wave Game Information
- Game: Tigers (4-3, 2-2 AAC) vs Green Wave (6-1, 3-0 AAC)
- Location: Yulman Stadium, New Orleans, LA
- Day/Time: Saturday, Oct. 22nd, 3:30 p.m. ET
- Tigers vs Green Wave Live Stream: ESPN
Tigers vs Green Wave Betting Lines
|Memphis Tigers||+225||+7 -110||+56 -110o|
|Tulane Green Wave||-265||-7 -110||+56 -110u|
The odds in this chart are based on the time of publication. They are subject to change.
Tigers vs Green Wave Prediction
The Memphis Tigers just haven’t been able to give consistent efforts in recent games, and that’s going to cost them against the Tulane Green Wave. Tulane won’t let Memphis get going as the Green Wave stay unbeaten in AAC play with a victory.
When doing your NCAA football odds and college football betting, take Tulane to win (and cover) at home.