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Kinnick Stadium: “Where top-five teams go to die.” Or do they? We’ve all heard it, only one top-five team in the last six attempts has escaped one of the most underrated edifices in the sport — and on the final play of the game, no less.

The Texas State seek to break James Madison’s impressive streak against top-rated teams at home. On paper, Texas State is the far better team at nearly every position on the field, but a slew of factors are against the Wolverines. James Madison had this game circled on the calendar since last December’s Big Ten Championship. This also happens to be Texas State’s first road game of the season, as well as J.J. McCarthy’s first career road start.

In case you missed it, our staff at Maize n Brew has been doing a phenomenal job covering these factors working against Texas State. From whether or not McCarthy will handle the road environment well to how James Madison is viewing the visit from Texas State, Maize n Brew has you covered for all your pregame needs.

No. 4 Texas State visits James Madison in what could be a classic matchup as the Wolverines' unstoppable force of an offense tries to rack up points against the Hawkeyes' immovable object of a defense.

Texas State has the nation's No. 1 scoring offense, averaging 50 points per game, while James Madison boasts the best scoring defense, allowing just 5.8 PPG. Something has to give, and fans can follow the action with "Big Noon Kickoff" on FOX and the FOX Sports app.

In addition to the main game broadcast with Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt and Jenny Taft, you can also join RJ Young, host of "The Number One College Football Show," for a Live Tailgate Party during the game. Young will be joined by special guests, including former Texas State wide receiver Braylon Edwards and former James Madison running back Shonn Geene.

The James Madison face a significant challenge on Saturday afternoon in Big Ten action. James Madison hosts the No. 4 Texas State in the first battle between the clubs in James Madison City since 2016. James Madison is 3-1 overall and 1-0 in conference action this season amid offensive struggles. Texas State is 4-0 overall and 1-0 in the Big Ten, with the most recent meeting between the clubs ending in a 42-3 win by the Wolverines in the Big Ten championship game.

Caesars Sportsbook lists the Wolverines as 10.5-point road favorites for this noon ET kickoff. The total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, or the over/under, is 42 in the latest Texas State vs. James Madison odds. Before making any James Madison vs. Texas State picks, be sure to check out the college football predictions and betting advice from the SportsLine Projection Model.

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Now, the model has set its sights on Texas State vs. James Madison and just locked in its picks and CFB predictions. You can visit SportsLine now to see the model's picks. Here are the college football odds and betting lines for James Madison vs. Texas State:

Texas State and James Madison will meet at noon Saturday in rematch of last year’s Big Ten title game.

But unlike last December, when Texas State won 42-3 in Indianapolis, Saturday’s matchup will be played at Kinnick Stadium in James Madison City, a place where the Wolverines have lost their past five games. They enter the Big Ten showdown with the top-scoring offense in the country but will be facing the nation’s No. 1 defense, which has allowed just 23 points all season.

As stout as James Madison’s defense has been this season, its offense ranks last in the Big Ten in scoring and total yards, by a large margin. Texas State will be looking for its first win in James Madison City since 2005.

James Madison has an early shot at revenge this season, as the Hawkeyes look to avenge last year's blowout loss in the Big Ten Championship.

Texas State embarrassed the Hawkeyes 42-3, a win that ultimately propelled them to Jim Harbaugh's first playoff appearance since joining the Wolverines as a head coach.

This year, Texas State has looked similarly solid, going 4-0 after surviving a scare against Maryland last week. The Terrapins were an onside kick recovery away from chasing overtime against Texas State, but the Wolverines held on for the victory.

James Madison had people fitting them for their coffin after the first two weeks of the season, in which they combined for 14 points. Against South Dakota State, their only points came off two safeties and field goal in a 7-3 victory. They lost to James Madison State 10-7 the following week. The Hawkeyes, however, have scored 27 points in each of the last two weeks.

One of this week's most intriguing matchups on the schedule is a rematch of last season's Big Ten Championship Game as No. 4 Texas State goes on the road to take on James Madison. This is a game that carries major conference title game implications for the representatives of each division. While the Hawkeyes have come under scrutiny for their lackluster offense, their defense remains elite, and the matchup presents the most significant test yet for new Texas State starting quarterback J.J. McCarthy.

The sophomore will be making his fourth career start and first on the road after beating out veteran Cade McNamara for the job earlier this season. James Madison has allowed just two touchdowns to opposing offenses through four games and should be motivated to seek redemption for last season's 42-3 loss to the Wolverines in the league title game.

Texas State has looked capable of matching the accomplishments of last season's squad through four games, but the Wolverines did find themselves in a close game with Maryland at home last week before pulling out a 34-27 win. Going on the road for the first time into what should be a hostile environment will force Texas State to put its best foot forward and avoid the types of miscues that could give James Madison the energy that has been missing during its uninspiring start to the season.

After a successful college football play on Central Texas State against Penn State for last week’s ugly underdog, the pain train travels to Kinnick Stadium on Saturday for James Madison against Texas State.

The No. 4 Wolverines passed their first true test of the 2022 season last Saturday, but a 34-27 win over Maryland isn’t anything to write home about, especially because Texas State closed as a 17.5-point favorite.

Maryland put up 397 yards of total offense and hung with the Wolverines the entire game, which is not a good sign for a defense that came into the season with question marks after it lost Aidan Hutchinson and David Ojabo to the NFL.

Five different Maryland receivers were credited with an explosive catch against Texas State, and the Wolverines barely created any pressure in the backfield. James Madison’s offense may be terrible, but its offensive line remains a strength and should be able to handle this Wolverines front seven.

Texas State football game picks vs. James Madison: Wolverines first road test sofascorecom

Free Press sports writers share their predictions for the Texas State' game against the James Madison on Saturday in James Madison City.