The Oklahoma Sooners and the Oklahoma State Cowboys will end their respective regular season schedule in the Bedlam Series, as the two rivals face off each other in the annual event. The Sooners are also looking to lock up the top spot in the Big 12, but will the Cowboys add a blemish to Jalen Hurts’ team’s ledger?
Betting Preview for the Oklahoma Sooners vs Oklahoma State Cowboys Week 14 College Football Game on November 30 2019
Where: Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater
When: Saturday, November 30, 2019
TV Broadcast: ESPN
Betting on the Oklahoma Sooners (10-1 Overall / 7-1 Conference)
For those who got so used to Jalen Hurts’ loaded performance each week, his showing in last Saturday’s 28-24 home win over the TCU Horned Frogs was a bit of a letdown. Nevertheless, he did enough to tow his team to a victory, as the Heisman Trophy candidate passed for 145 yards and two touchdowns with an interception on 11-of-21 completions. He also ran for 173 yards and two touchdowns on 28 carries. Hurts remains a problem and if it weren’t for his past extraordinary performances, the display he put up in Norman over the weekend would have had more people losing their minds. Oklahoma’s offense is so much reliant on Hurts, and time and time again, he has proven he is up to the task, so there should be little doubt he can lead Oklahoma’s offense that is sixth in the nation with 42.8 points per game and have success against Oklahoma State’s defense that entered Week 14 having the third-worst passing defense in the Big 12.
The under us 2-0 in the Sooners’ last two games
Betting on the Oklahoma State Cowboys (8-3 Overall / 5-3 Conference)
Sure, the Sooners have Hurts, but the Cowboys have a lethal offensive weapon too in the form of running back Chuba Hubbard. In Oklahoma State’s 20-13 road in Morgantown over the West Virginia Mountaineers, Hubbard led the backfield with 106 rushing yards on 26 carries. He also led the team with 88 receiving yards on just seven catches. Hubbard can make plays rushing or receiving, and it’s not such a far-fetched expectation that he’s going to deal damage on the Sooners’ defense that just allowed 5.8 rushing yards per carry to the Horned Frogs. Hubbard leads the nation in rushing, entering Week 13 with 1,726 rushing yards and 20 touchdowns while averaging 172.6 rushing yards per contest. Oklahoma State isn’t a shabby offensive team, as the Cowboys are putting up 32.9 points per game and are 13th nationally with an average of 465.8 total yards per contest.
The Cowboys are 4-0 ATS in their last four games and 8-2 against the spread (ATS) in their past 10 overall.
The Sooners win, 30-20.
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