Oklahoma State vs. Oklahoma
The college football Week 13
preview and point spread for the game Oklahoma State vs.
Texas lost the Friday game against Texas A&M - an opening for
Oklahoma (9-2) to take a shot at the Big 12 title, when it
welcomes Oklahoma State (6-5) on Saturday. With the
national championship out of sight and the surprising loss Texas
took - this game is turning into one of the most betting events
for the weekend, with the majority of the punters picking
Oklahoma as their favorite. At the online sportsbook
Bodog, the point spread on
the Oklahoma State vs. Oklahoma is currently sitting at -13
points chalk the Sooners with expected total of 67 points.
Would Oklahoma be able to cover this
spread remains uncertain. Quarterback Sam Bradford remains
questionable after a concussion and top-rusher DeMarco Murray is
out for the game against Oklahoma State with leg injury. But
that's not all, Sooners wide receivers Ryan Broyles and Adron
Tennell are out for the game and questionable are defensive
tackle Steven Coleman and the defensive ends Alan Davis and
Auston English. These injuries will definitely reflect on the
score this Saturday and the point spread may be sitting a little
too high, although a victory is almost certain. Offensively
Oklahoma State has the edge with 513.9 yards per game, compared
to the Sooners with 469.2 yards. But defensively the Cowboys
give away over 110 yards more than Oklahoma and if quarterback
Sam Bradford is able to take part in the game, the Sooners will
take advantage of these stats.
Betting trends indicate that Oklahoma
State is 5-2 against the spread in its last 7 games on the road.
Oklahoma, on the other side, is 9-3 against the spread in its
last 12 games at home, but Oklahoma is 1-6 ATS in its last 7
games. The total has gone OVER in 4 of Oklahoma's last 5 games
when playing Oklahoma State.