Kansas vs. Texas Tech - 10/26/19 College Football Pick, Odds, and Prediction

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Kansas vs. Texas Tech

Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 6:01 PM (Memorial Stadium)

TTU -5 O/U 64.5

TV: FS1

Texas Tech has been a ranked team at various points on the season. Now, the Red Raiders have fallen to a 3-4 record and have a 1-3 conference record.  In a recognition to how far the Red Raiders have fallen this year the Texas Tech squad just lost to the Iowa State team. The Red Raiders allowed the Cyclones offense to score 34 points and the Red Raiders offense only managed to score 24.

The offense of the Red Raiders 30.3 points per game. The offense has thrown for 310.1 yards a game and ran the ball for 167.4 yards a game. The Red Raiders defense has allowed 28.3 points a game. The Red Raiders have allowed 266.3 yards a game in the air and allowed 184.7 yards a game on the ground.

Kansas has really struggled a lot this season and now has a team that is struggling just as much in the Red Raiders. The last game was a 2 point loss for the Jayhawks that saw them drop to Texas 50-48. The loss dropped the Jayhawks record to 2-5 and 0-4 in the conference play.

When it comes to scoring the Jayhawks have ended up scoring only 26.4 points a game. The offense has thrown the ball for 212.1 yards a game, but have ran the ball for 173 yards a game. The defense for the Jayhawks has given up 32.6 points a game so far. The Jayhawks have ended up allowing 248.7 yards per game in passing and 223.4 yards per game on the rushing attack.

The Red Raiders have really fallen flat offensively in recent weeks and that will continue to be a problem. The Jayhawks are heading into the game fired up after giving Texas a run for the money. Look for the Jayhawks to actually be able to check the Red Raiders offense and bring home an upset win in this game. Final Score Prediction, Kansas Jayhawks win 31-27.

Ben’s Pick Kansas Jayhawks +5

The pick in this article is the opinion of the writer, not a Sports Chat Place site consensus.