College football betting handicappers saw drastic improvement by the Cowboys and another inconsistent year by the Ducks against the college football odds numbers. The Oklahoma State Cowboys had their best college football betting season in memory as they went 9-3 straight up and 8-3 against the college football odds.
When college football betting Okie State games, the first thing that jumps out is their offense that averaged nearly 42 points per game. Head coach Mike Gundy’s team was ranked 7th nationally on offense and has plenty of college football odds weapons.
Kendall Hunter rushed for 1518 yards and averaged 6.7 yards per carry as he scored 14 TD’s. Okie State is also a college football betting threat through the air as quarterback Zac Robinson had a quarterback rating of an astounding 178 and a TD/interception ratio of 24/8.
The Cowboys Dez Bryant adds to their Pacific Life Holiday Bowl odds appeal as he had 74 catches for 1313 yards and 18 TD’s.
The Cowboys signature win for the 2008 college football betting season was a 28-23 upset at Mizzou as 14 point dogs. OSU lacks some Pacific Life Holiday Bowl odds momentum, however, as they failed to cover their final 3 games against the college football betting spread.
Still, OSU is around a 3-point Pacific Life Holiday betting favorite. Oregon is one of the most frustrating teams in college football betting. The Ducks do have some Pacific Life Holiday betting momentum, however, as they covered the college football betting number in their final 2 games.
Oregon’s biggest win in the 2008 college football betting season was their finale at Oregon State as they won 65-38 to cover as 2.5 point dogs and keep their hated rivals out of the Rose Bowl. Oregon was 1-2 ATS as a college football betting dog.
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