NCAA football betting fans will have their choice of two of the leading teams that will challenge Texas and Oklahoma for college football betting supremacy in the South Division.
Kickoff Thursday Night is set for 7:50 PM Eastern and Oklahoma State opened as a 3.5 point favorite at Sports-Gambling.
Texas A&M has a college football gambling record of 3-0 straight up and 2-1 against the spread with 2 out of those 3 games going over the total. The Aggies were off last week after beating Florida International 27-20 as 28.5 point home favorites. The Aggies offense is well respected and rated 9th in the country.
Christine Michael leads a powerful ground attack with 331 yards and a 5.8 yards per carry average with 3 touchdowns. The much maligned defense has shown marked improvement and ranks 18th in the nation for points allowed.
Oklahoma State has a NCAA football gambling record of 3-0 straight up and 2-1 against the spread with all 3 of their games having gone over the total. The Cowpokes have the top ranked offense in the country as new starting quarterback Brandon Weeden has thrown for 975 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Okie State is also coming off a bye after destroying Tulsa 65-28 the week prior.
The Aggies have struggled on the road as of late with just 1 payout in their last 7 games away from College Station and 5 of those games going over the total. In fact Texas A&M has gone over the total in 10 out of their last 12 road games.
The Aggies have gotten the money in 4 out of their last 6 Big 12 Conference games and have gone over the total in 15 out of their last 19 league games.
Oklahoma State has paid out in just 5 out of their last 13 games at home with their last 3 games at Boone Pickens Stadium going over the total. The Cowboys have gotten the money in just 4 out of their last 11 Big 12 Conference games.
Texas A&M has failed to win or cover the last 2 matchups in this head to head NCAA football betting series. The two teams have gone over the total in 5 out of their last 6 matchups with the last 4 meetings in Stillwater going over the total.