Oklahoma Sooners (10-1) vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys (10-1)
November 27, 2021 7:30 pm EDT
The Line: Oklahoma State Cowboys +1.5 ; Over/Under: 55.5
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The Oklahoma State Cowboys and Oklahoma Sooners meet Saturday in week 13 Big 12 college football action from Boone Pickens Stadium. Oklahoma is fresh off a matchup versus Iowa State last weekend. In that one the Sooners posted a seven-point victory. As for Oklahoma State, they played Texas Tech in their last game. The Cowboys would end up winning in a shutout. Check back all season long for free college football picks at Sports Chat Place.
Oklahoma was on a nice run over their first nine games this year, beating Tulane, Western Carolina, Nebraska, West Virginia, Kansas State, Texas, TCU, Kansas and Texas Tech. In the Baylor game, the Sooners took a tough loss 27-14.
On Saturday versus Iowa State, Oklahoma put up a touchdown in each quarter and hung on for a tense finish in a 28-21 win. QB Caleb Williams managed 87 yards, one TD and one pick. Kennedy Brooks led the rush with 115 yards on 17 carries.
Over on the Oklahoma State side, they went 9-1 over their first 10 outings as well. Outside of a loss to Iowa State, the Cowboys beat Missouri State, Tulsa, Boise State, Kansas State, Baylor, Texas, Kansas, West Virginia and TCU.
Oklahoma State played Texas Tech last weekend. The Cowboys scored points in every quarter during a 23-0 shutout win. QB Spencer Sanders finished with 239 yards and a touchdown. Dominic Richardson added 84 yards rushing from 20 carries.
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The Sooners are 4-1 ATS in their last five in November and 4-1 ATS versus a team with a winning record. The under is 6-1 in Oklahoma’s last seven in November.
Meanwhile, the Cowboys are 9-0 ATS in their last nine overall and 4-0 ATS in their last four at home. OK State is 9-0 ATS in their last nine conference games.
PICK: I’m going to try Oklahoma State in this one. The Cowboys were dominant on both sides of the ball against Texas Tech, with a 427-108 advantage in yards, 27-10 in first downs and 4.9-1.9 in yards per play. The nine penalties were the only real stats blemish.
As for Oklahoma, they made a lot of mistakes in the Iowa State matchup but still powered out the win. The Sooners had just 15 first downs and went 1-of-10 on third-down conversions. I like Oklahoma to be better statistically here, but not cover.