Connect with us

College Football

Texas Longhorns vs. Kansas Jayhawks Betting Info and CashBet Odds

Texas Longhorns vs. Kansas Jayhawks Betting Info and CashBet Odds

Last year, the Texas Longhorns suffered one of the most humiliating College Football bets losses in its history.  The lowly Kansas Jayhawks upset Texas at DKR Texas Memorial Stadium.  As a result of the debacle, some Longhorn fans wanted coach Steve Sarkisian immediately canned.  Since that time, both teams have shown improvement.  Kansas is bowl bound and one of the great stories in the sport.  KU’s resurgence was considered an impossibility.  Texas has had some promise and is recruiting strong enough to become the college football playoff contender.  Texas seeks revenge at Kansas on Saturday.

CFB Betting:  Texas Longhorns vs. Kansas Jayhawks Information

Date: Saturday, November 19, 2022
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, Kansas
TV Coverage: FS1

Texas Longhorns vs. Kansas Jayhawks Betting Odds

Team SP/RL TOTAL ML
Texas -9 ( -110 ) 64 ( -110 ) -335
Kansas +9 ( -110 ) 64 ( -110 ) +275
Place Bets

Texas vs. Kansas CashBet Wagering Analysis

Kansas will get its share of Wise Guy’s support as a quality best sportsbook online home dog that continues to improve.  While Texas will draw plenty of support from the casual sector as a top blue blood name brand program.

Horns Hooked By Frogs in Key Big 12 Loss  

Last game, the Texas Longhorns lost 17-10 against the TCU Horned Frogs as 7.5-point home favorites.  The game went under the Betting on College Football

total of 65.5.  Texas has a record of 6-4 straight up, 7-2-1 against the spread, and 6-4 over/under the total.  Texas ranks 41st for total offense, 50th for passing, 50th for rushing, and 34th for scoring.  Defensively they rank 58th overall, 90th against the pass, 38th against the rush, and 33rd for points allowed.  Also, Texas ranks 21st for fewest turnovers lost and 89th for takeaways.

TCU RB Kendre Miller rushed for 138 yards.  Including a 75-yard touchdown in the third quarter that broke open a tense defensive struggle.  TCU’s Max Duggan was sacked four times in the first half and hounded all game.  However, he connected with Quentin Johnston for a 31-yard touchdown over broken coverage in the fourth quarter.

In turn, the TCU defense turned in its best game of the season.  The Horned Frogs held Texas running back Bijan Robinson to 29 yards.  Hence TCU gave up just 199 total yards.  And they forced Longhorn quarterback Quinn Ewers into a miserable passing night.  The Horned Frogs allowed Texas a single field goal on consecutive drives inside the TCU 10 in the second half.

Kansas Comes Up Defenseless at Texas Tech

Last game, the Kansas Jayhawks lost 43-28 against the Texas Tech Red Raiders as 3.5-point road dogs.  The game went over the bet on NCAAF total of 63.  Kansas has a record of 6-4 straight up, 7-2-1 against the spread, and 6-4 over/under the total.  Kansas ranks 30th for total offense, 64th for passing, 20th for rushing, and 17th for scoring.  Defensively they rank 117th overall, 118th against the pass, 94th against the rush, and 104th for points allowed.  Also, KU ranks 109th for fewest turnovers lost and 31st for takeaways.

The Jayhawks managed to claw back to trail 27-21 at halftime on Jason Bean’s 16-yard touchdown run and his 3-yard scoring toss to Devin Neel.  Subsequently, Quentin Skinner and Bean connected for a 20-yard touchdown to pull the Jayhawks within 33-28 with eight minutes remaining.  But the Red Raiders used a Trey Wolff field goal and a strip sack that led to the final touchdown to hold on for the win.

In sum, Bean was 17-for-28 passing for 270 yards.  He threw three touchdown passes and ran for a score in his fourth start of the season.  Bean took over for the injured Jalon Daniels.  Jared Casey and Luke Grimm were the benefactors of two Bean passing scores in the first half.  Specifically, Neel rushed for 190 yards just a week after rushing for 224 yards against Oklahoma State.  Kansas accumulated 525 yards, and 293 came through the passing game.

Texas vs. Kansas CashBet Free Pick   

On this occasion, Kansas will be motivated against betting on NCAAF name brand.  Look for the improved Jayhawks to get the money in front of a big crowd.

Texas vs. Kansas CashBet Best Bet

Kansas Jayhawks

Promotions

CashBet Sportsbook Promotions

CashBet Sportsbook Promotions

HeadLines

More in College Football