Wake Forest University, ranked 21st in the nation, got off to a hot start with a 44-10 win over Virginia, while Vanderbilt, one of the few teams with two games in hand, is coming off a 42-31 win over Elon Phoenix.
Without further ado, JefeBet assists you with the ideal preview for the Wake Forest vs Vanderbilt matchup.
Predictions and Betting Preview for the Wake Forest Demon Deacons vs Vanderbilt Commodores College Football Game on September 10 2022
- Where: FirstBank Stadium – Nashville, Tennessee.
- When: Saturday, September 10, 2022, 12:00 PM E.T.
Betting on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons
- Regular Season Record: 1-0.
- Spread: -8.0.
- Moneyline: (-315).
- Over/Under: 60.5.
The Demon Deacons got their 2022 season off to a good start with an easy, quiet win over Virginia despite losing starting quarterback Sam Hartman for
medical reasons. Mitch Griffis, his alternate, did an excellent job of filling in for him and Wake Forest finished their first game with 506 total yards, 294 of them through the air–a formidable offensive display they could repeat against a Vanderbilt that in their last matchup conceded a lot to an FCS team.
On the defensive side, the Demon Deacons also have arguments. They allowed just 10 points in their first game and while this area was intermittent last year, their performance is more than enough to back up their powerful offense.
Betting on the Vanderbilt Commodores
- Regular Season Record: 2-0.
- Spread: +8.0.
- Moneyline: (+255).
- Over/Under: 60.5.
Vanderbilt wants to forget last season’s disaster in which they finished last in the Southeastern Conference East with a 2-10 record, including 0-8 in conference play.
For them, they are off to a great start this season, led by quarterback Mike Wright, who has six touchdown passes and 391 yards through the air for the Commodores’ 105 points scored in the first two games.
However, their defense is what’s still raising concerns. Although they held Hawaii to 10 points in the first match, they had a tough time conceding 31 points to Elon. A performance that they will not be able to repeat against Wake Forest, a university whose offense is its trademark for winning games.
Vanderbilt will not have an easy match, despite starting 2-0 and playing at home. Wake Forest is one of the best in the nation and their offense is very good.
However, the Commodores won’t give away much either. They want to put last year’s dismal performance aside, and this is a good opportunity.
On the Demon Deacons’ side, the defense also knows how to do its thing, so the line of 66 seems to be a lot for this engagement. I’m going with the Under of the game.