NCAA football gambling handicappers are thinking that the Oklahoma State Cowboys may be ready to score a NCAA football wagering payout over the Sooners this year however.
The #9 Oklahoma State Cowboys will host the #13 Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday night with an ABC telecast that is set to kickoff at 8:05 PM ET. Sports-Gambling opened with Oklahoma State as a 2 point favorite. The winner of this game will win the Big 12 South Division and play next week in the Conference Championship Game.
The Oklahoma Sooners have a college football betting record of 9-2 straight up and 6-5 against the spread with 6 of their games going under the total. The Sooners are 1-3 against the board on the road this year with the lone payout being last week in a 53-24 win at Baylor.
Oklahoma has the nation’s 4th ranked passing attack with Landry Jones. Jones has passed for 3479 yards and has a phenomenal 30/7 touchdown/interception ratio. DeMarco Murray has 973 yards rushing and 14 touchdowns while Ryan Broyles has 1309 yards receiving with 12 TD’s.
The Sooners defense has been decent but beneath previous editions as it ranks 29th for points allowed.
Oklahoma State has a college football gambling record of 10-1 straight up and 9-2 against the spread with 7 of their games going over the total. The Cowboys only loss was at home against Nebraska and they have won the 4 games that followed including last week’s 48-14 matchup at Kansas.
The Pokes have the nation’s top ranked offense but rank just 64th for points allowed on defense. The offense is star studded and led by Brandon Weeden, who has 3780 yards passing with a 30/10 TD/INT ratio.
Kendall Hunter has 1461 yards rushing with 16 TD’s and Justin Blackmon often looks like a man among boys with 1560 yards receiving and 17 TD’s. OSU has won 10 games in the regular season for the first time ever and if ever there was a year where everything was set up right for them to beat OU this would be it.
Oklahoma has covered the last 5 NCAA football gambling matchups in this series with the home team paying out in 9 of the last 12 meetings.