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How to watch Air Force vs. San Jose State and how the public is betting the game

San Jose State will get its season started on Saturday night, while Air Force is heading into Game 2.

Air Force quarterback Warren Bryan hands off to Air Force fullback Bo Gross during a regular season college football game between the Navy Midshipmen and the Air Force Falcons on October 3, 2020, at Falcon Stadium in Colorado Springs, CO Photo by Mat Gdowski/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The Air Force Falcons are the only Mountain West to play in a game this season, as they head on the road to play the San Jose Spartans late on Saturday night. The game will appear on FS1 at 10:30 p.m. ET and can be streamed on Fox Sports Go.

In its lone game this season, Air Force dominated in a 40-7 victory over the Navy Midshipmen at home on Oct. 3. In that game, Air Force had nearly three players rush for 100 yards. Fullback Timothy Jackson ran for 118 yards, running back Brad Roberts finished with 103 yards and a touchdown and quarterback Haaziq Daniels ran for 96 yards with a touchdown. He also completed 4/9 passes for 41 yards.

Arkansas and Texas A&M transfer Nick Starkel is set to make his debut for San Jose State. In eight games with Arkansas and 11 with Texas A&M, Starkel completed 57.6% of his passes for 3,114 yards and threw 22 touchdowns with 16 interceptions. The Spartans should have a solid passing game to go to, which should be among the best in the Mountain West this season despite coming off a 5-7 overall record in 2019.

Air Force is currently favored by 7.5 points on DraftKings Sportsbook, and the Eagles are getting 77% of the bets on their side as well as 69% of the handle. The percentage of bets and handle are mixed on the point total. It is set at 62.5, and the over is seeing 76% of the wagers, while 66% of the handle. On the moneyline, Air Force has -278 odds, and San Jose State is set at +200. San Jose State is getting 54% of the bets, while Air Force is getting 80% of the money on its side.

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