How to Watch Houston Cougars vs. Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns

The Houston Cougars and the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns play in the Independence Bowl on Friday, December 23, 2022. Keep reading below for all the details you need, which includes how to watch this game on FuboTV.

How to Watch Houston vs. Louisiana

Betting Information for Houston vs. Louisiana

Favorite Spread Total
Houston -7 56.5

Houston vs Louisiana Betting Information

Houston and Louisiana Stats

  • Houston has scored 37.2 points per game this season, 14.4 more than Louisiana has given up.
  • This season Louisiana has forced 23 turnovers, compared to the 19 times Houston has turned the ball over.
  • Louisiana has averaged 6.5 fewer points per game this season (27) than Houston has allowed (33.5).
  • Louisiana has turned the ball over 15 times this season, while Houston has 10 takeaways.
  • Clayton Tune has been a dual threat to lead Houston in both passing and rushing. He has 3,845 passing yards (320.4 ypg), completing 67.4% of his passes and tossing 37 touchdown passes and 10 interceptions this season. He’s rushed for 492 yards (41 ypg) on 117 carries with five rushing touchdowns.
  • This season Stacy Sneed has piled up 70 carries for 489 yards (40.8 per game) and five touchdowns.
  • Nathaniel Dell’s team-high 1,354 receiving yards (112.8 yards per game) have come on 103 receptions with 15 touchdowns.
  • Matthew Golden has grabbed 36 passes for 567 yards (47.3 yards per game) and seven touchdowns this year.
  • KeSean Carter has hauled in 36 catches for 507 yards (42.3 ypg) and four touchdowns this season.

Louisiana Players to Watch

  • Ben Wooldridge has thrown for 1,627 yards (135.6 ypg) to lead Louisiana, completing 56.4% of his passes and recording 15 touchdown passes and five interceptions this season. He’s also figured in the ground game with 187 rushing yards (15.6 ypg) on 48 carries with two rushing touchdowns.
  • The team’s top rusher, Chris Smith, has carried the ball 111 times for 578 yards (48.2 per game), with three touchdowns this year.
  • This season Terrence Williams has piled up 365 yards (30.4 per game) on 99 attempts with one touchdown.
  • Michael Jefferson’s 810 receiving yards (67.5 yards per game) lead all receivers on the team. He’s collected 51 receptions and seven touchdowns.
  • Neal Johnson has put together a 283-yard season so far (23.6 receiving yards per game) with two touchdowns, reeling in 23 passes.
  • John Stephens Jr.’s 11 grabs have yielded 237 yards (19.8 ypg) and three touchdowns.
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