The Bearcats come into this meeting after easily dispatching of FBS Eastern Kentucky last week 40-7 and putting up a very impressive mark ATS last season going 8-3 per the closing NCAA lines. The Sooners are coming off an impressive drubbing of their own after handing FBS Chattanooga a 57-2 beat down to open their 2008-09 campaign in style.
The Bearcats offense looked very impressive in their opener, rushing out to a 26-0 halftime lead on the way to their win. Dustin Grutza was very impressive in the victory as the starting field general completing 21-of-28 passes for 296 yards and three touchdowns.
His main target was WR Dominick Goodman who put up equally impressive numbers catching 10 balls for 144 yards including a pair of TD receptions. The Bearcats were favorites of gamblers who like to bet on college football games to go over the total last year as they only scored less than 20 points in a game once all season.
By the end of the year, their NCAA odds on totals reflected that stat. Oklahoma started the season strong with its 57-2 blowout win over Chattanooga. The Sooner defense led the way only allowing ONE first down and 36 total yards to the Moccasins throughout the entire game.
On the offensive side of the ball, star RB DeMarco Murray was the catalyst carrying the ball 15 times for 124 yards with a pair of touchdowns. The Sooners have been solid as a home favorite the past two seasons, going 9-3 ATS for college football betting during that span against the final college football betting line.
Oklahoma currently sits as a 21.5-point favorite in this Week 2 match-up according to the current NCAA football lines, and the game has an estimated ‘total’ of 53.
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