The undefeated Oklahoma Sooners will face their next challenge in the form of the Baylor Bears. Will the Sooners add Baylor to its long list of victims? Or will the Bears send Waco into a frenzy with a victory over Oklahoma? Check out our preview of this contest below.
Betting Preview for the Oklahoma Sooners vs Baylor Bears NCAA Week 11 College Football Game on November 13, 2021
Where: McLane Stadium, Waco
When: Saturday, November 13, 2021, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: ESPN
Betting on the Oklahoma Sooners (-6)
Record: 9-0 Overall / 6-0 Conference
Caleb Williams and the Sooners show continues. Still undefeated after beating the Texas Tech Red Raiders on Oct. 30 to the tune of a 52-21 score at home, Oklahoma is looking forward to sustaining its undefeated start to the season. Williams pounded Texas Tech’s defense with one touchdown after another. He finished that game with 402 yards and six touchdowns (zero interceptions) on 23/30 completions. As a team, the Sooners put up 541 total yards against Texas Tech. Baylor’s defense is statistically one of the best in the Big 12, but it had just been exposed last Saturday by the TCU Horned Frogs, who generated almost 600 total yards against the Bears.
Oklahoma’s offense is top 10 in the nation, with 38.8 points per game and top 15 with 459.4 total yards per contest. The Sooners are also 3-1 against the spread in their last four games overall.
Betting on the Baylor Bears (+6)
Record: 7-2 Overall / 4-2 Conference
Baylor suffered its second loss of the season last Saturday, bowing to the aforementioned Horned Frogs in a 30-28 road loss. Nevertheless, the Bears are a force to reckon with, mainly because of its defense that is allowing only 22.2 points per game. Its loss to TCU may have brought out some of the Bears’ issues on defense, but Baylor still managed to allow just 94 rushing yards. The Bears are 25th nationally with only 3.6 yards allowed to opponents per carry. Quarterback Abram Smith passed for 214 yards and three touchdowns and two interceptions on 14/20 completions. He may not have to worry that much about making turnovers against Oklahoma’s pass defense that is only 109th in the nation with a lowly 1.5 percent interception rate.
Baylor, which is averaging 32.6 points per game, is 6-2 against the spread in its last eight contests overall.
Oklahoma wins, 34-26.
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