Stanford vs Rice football Schedule: Line, Odds and Point Spread, Time, TV Coverage, Preview, College Football Week 13

The Stanford Cardinal host the Rice Owls in Week 13 of the college football schedule on Saturday, kick off time at 8:00 PM ET, at Stanford Stadium.

The Rice Owls (3-8) are coming from a 44-24 victory over the UTEP Miners in Week 12. Jackson Tyner threw for 196 yards and two touchdowns in 18 of 25 passes. On the ground, Jowan Davis rushed for 84 yards and a touchdown in 11 carries while Kylen Granson had 41 yards in four carries. Austin Walter had 27 yards and a touchdown. Cameron Decell led in receiving with 53 yards and a touchdown in four catches while Temi Alaka had 50 yards in two catches. Tyner had 24 yards and a touchdown.

On the offense, Rice football allows 223.5 yards in passing and 169.9 yards in rushing against their opponents. On the defense, Rice football yields 299.2 yards in passing and 202.6 yards in rushing against their opponents.

The Stanford Cardinal (8-3) are coming from a 45-31 win over the California Golden Bears in Week 12. Keller Chryst threw for 198 yards and two touchdowns in 13 of 23 passes. On the ground, Christian McCaffrey rushed for 284 yards and three touchdowns in 31 carries while Bryce Love had 43 yards in 10 carries. Chryst had 23 yards and a touchdown. JJ Arcega-Whiteside led in receiving with 107 yards in four receptions while Greg Taboada had 34 yards in two receptions. Trenton Irwin had 30 yards and a touchdown.

On the offense, Stanford football averages 158.3 yards in passing and 201.3 yards in rushing. On the defense, Stanford football yields 227.5 yards in passing and 144.8 yards in rushing against their opponents.

Rice vs Stanford football game schedule:

Date: November 26, 2016
Kick Off Time: 8:00 PM ET
TV Channel Schedule: ABC
Live Stream: WATCHESPN
Odds and Point Spread: -35.5 Stanford, 54.0 O/U

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