The Temple Owls seek their first conference road victory in nearly three years when they visit the Tulsa Golden Hurricane on Thursday night in the AAC opener for both clubs. The Owls (2-2) have gone winless away from home in AAC play for three consecutive seasons and haven't posted a road win since a 17-7 victory at South Florida in November 2019. To break the skid, Temple will have to get past a Tulsa (2-2) team that is seeking its third consecutive victory in the series. Last year, the Golden Hurricane notched a 27-16 victory at Temple.

Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. ET from Chapman Stadium. The Golden Hurricane are 3-point favorites and the over/under for total points scored is 55.5 in the latest Temple vs. Tulsa odds. Before locking in any Tulsa vs. Temple picks, make sure you see the college football predictions and betting advice from the SportsLine Projection Model

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Now, the model has locked in on Temple vs. Tulsa and just released its CFB picks and predictions. You can head to SportsLine now to see the model's picks. Here are the college football odds and trends for Tulsa vs. Temple: 

  • Temple vs. Tulsa point spread: Tulsa -3
  • Temple vs. Tulsa over/under total: 55.5 points  
  • Temple vs. Tulsa money line: Tulsa -165, Temple +140
  • TEM: Has won just one of its past 10 games as an underdog
  • TUL: Leads the all-time series against Temple 4-3 
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Why Tulsa can cover

The Golden Hurricane have struggled to get consistent quarterback play while rotating signal-callers throughout the first four games. But Tulsa coach Kevin Wilson appears set to go with freshman Cardell Williams under center despite an uneven performance against Northern Illinois.

Williams split time with junior Roman Fuller in the first three games but saw all the snaps in last week's win over the Huskies. He went just 8-for-20 passing for 102 yards with zero touchdowns and two interceptions. Even so, Williams earned praise for his improvisational skills when a play breaks down and his willingness to take shots downfield. Senior receiver Kamdyn Benjamin told the media this week that the team has confidence in Williams' skills and teammates are drawn to the signal-caller's leadership ability. See which team to pick here.

Why Temple can cover 

The Owls were undone against Miami by three turnovers that led to scores and their inability to stop an offense that now ranks No. 8 in the country at 43.8 points per game. The Owls allowed 542 yards of total offense in the rain-drenched contest while only compiling 279 of their own. Even so, Temple managed 268 passing yards to 220 for Miami and continued to build on what has emerged as a formidable passing attack. 

Sophomore E.J. Warner completed 22 of 39 passes for 240 yards and a touchdown with a touchdown against two interceptions. For the season, he has thrown for 1,000 yards and five touchdowns against four picks. Senior receiver Amad Anderson Jr. has proven to be a reliable threat on the outside. Against Miami, he tallied a season-high in receptions and yards with 10 catches for 117 yards. Junior Dante Wright also has been dependable, with 16 receptions for 185 yards and a touchdown. See which team to pick here.

How to make Temple vs. Tulsa picks

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