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Texas Longhorns vs. Oklahoma Sooners

The ncaa football lines are up and running as Texas Longhorns take on Oklahoma Sooners from Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas, Texas. The Longhorns are holding a 1-1 record in the Big 12 Conference play and they are 2-1 with their overall record. The Sooners are yet to make a difference as they struggle with a 0-2 record in their Conference play. Overall, the Sooners won just one game on the season. Both teams are struggling to make ends meet since they gave up the first few games. The Longhorns will try to take their home-field advantage against the Sooners in this game.

Texas Longhorns vs. Oklahoma Sooners Betting Information

Date: Saturday, October 10, 2020
Time: 12:00 PM ET
Location: Cotton Bowl, Dallas, Texas
TV Coverage: FOX

Texas Longhorns vs. Oklahoma Sooners + Betting Odds

Texas Longhorns +3.5 (-110) 71 o (-107) +113
Oklahoma Sooners -3.5 (-110) 71 u (-107) -127
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Texas Longhorns vs. Oklahoma Sooners CashBet Wagering Analysis

Texas Longhorns have given up a total of 99 points to opponents in their last three games. From the offensive end, they managed to score a total of 146 points. The Longhorns seem to have the key with their offensive side of the game. Oklahoma Sooners have surrendered 75 points in their last three games while scoring a total of 113. The Sooners are trying their best to create a balance betting their offensive and defensive unit.

Texas Longhorns Potential Offense

The team has scored more than the Sooners in their previous performance. Texas Longhorns had a big game against the Texas Tech Red Raiders, but they were forced to settle with a final score of 63-56. Against UTEP Miners, they managed to score 59 and restrict them to just three. The Longhorns had a close call against the TCU Horned Frogs when they scored 31 and gave up 33. Quarterback Sam Ehlinger managed to cover 236 yards and went 17 for 36 in his passing attempts in his last outing. Wide receiver Jake Smith managed to catch the ball six times in a span of 49 receiving yards with one touchdown.

Oklahoma’s Offensive and Defensive Balance

Oklahoma Sooners struggled with their defense in their last game, but they seem to have the right potential to support from the offensive side. The team is scoring lesser than the Longhorns, but they are also surrendering less to opponents. Oklahoma defeated Missouri State in their opening game with a final score of 48-0. Against Kansas State, they gave up 38 and scored just 35 in return. Last week, the Sooners scored 30 and gave up 37 to Iowa State. Quarterback Spencer Rattler managed to cover 300 yards for his team while he went 25 for 36 in passing attempts. Running back Jeremiah caught the ball five times in a span of 37 yards with two touchdowns.

Texas Longhorns vs. Oklahoma Sooners Against the Spread

Texas Longhorns hold a spread of +3.5 while Oklahoma holds a spread of -3.5. The Sooners have a better balance than the Longhorns since they are not scoring big and not surrendering big. Oklahoma’s offensive unit should have the strength to power up its defensive in this game. On the other hand, they have a neat running back squad. The college football spreads are clearly in support for Oklahoma to win this game and cover the spread.

Texas Longhorns vs. Oklahoma Sooners CashBet Free Pick

It is safe to place a bet on the Sooners rather than the Longhorns in this game. The Sooners will outrun the Longhorns and bounce back from their defeat.

Crimson Tide at Rebels CashBet Best Bet: Oklahoma Sooners.


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