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Week 13: Cowboys vs Bears Picks

Week 13 college betting action sees the Oklahoma State Cowboys taking on the  No.7 Baylor Bears down in Waco, Texas. Cappers Picks provides free college football handicapping tips all season long.

Sitting on the outside of the BCS Playoffs looking in, Baylor has no room for error as they welcome in the struggling Oklahoma State Cowboys.

College Football Odds

Oklahoma State Cowboys (5-5) vs. #7 Baylor Bears (8-1)
Saturday, Nov. 22
7:30 PM ET
McLane Stadium (Waco, TX)
College Football Betting Lines: Baylor -28
College Football O/U: 67.5
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Oklahoma State

Things started off so bright for head coach Mike Gundy and his Oklahoma State Cowboys.

After nearly upsetting the Florida State Seminoles in week 1, the Cowboys ran off five straight wins. Since their 27-20 road win at Kansas, the Cowboys have managed to score only 40 points in four games and find themselves still one win shy of bowl eligibility.

The offensive woes for the Cowboys start with their Junior QB Daxx Garman.  Garman is averaging just 170 yards a game during this losing streak and has been intercepted seven times.

Things get no easier for Garman and the Cowboys offense as they are up against the best defense in the Big 12 this week. The Baylor defense allows just 21.0 points per game (19th).

With two chances to avoid not earning a bowl bid for the first time in nine seasons, the Cowboys need to dig down deep and pull off a road upset in either Waco against #7 Baylor or next week against #21 Oklahoma.


With a bye last week, Baylor could only sit back and hope for some help. They saw Arizona State drop out and nearly got some unexpected help from Kansas and Minnesota.

While they still sit behind TCU and Ohio State in the BCS Playoff rankings, Art Briles and his team strongly believe with two solid performances these next two weeks they can jump those two teams.

The Bears would still need a top 4 team to lose in order to get into the playoff.

While there is a lot that needs to happen for the Bears to get in, they need to focus on putting on a show themselves for the committee to see.

QB Bryce Petty brings the nation’s top scoring offense (50.1 points per game) into this matchup against a defense that is allowing 38.0 points a game and 493.8 yards a game during their four game losing streak.

The Bears offensive numbers are beyond spectacular at home. Baylor averages 59.0 points a game at home this season.

They’ve made it look almost too easy when playing in Waco as they have not suffered a defeat since 2012 there.

NCAA Football Handicapping Trends:

  • Cowboys are 0-5 ATS in their last 5 conference games.
  • Bears are 4-0-1 ATS in their last 5 games following a bye week.
  • Bears are 23-4 ATS in their last 27 home games.
  • Bears are 21-7-1 ATS in their last 29 games following a S.U. win.

Week 13 NCAA Football

Oklahoma State’s struggles against ranked opponents date back to last season. They’ve dropped six in a row and seem destined for seven.

Free 4* NCAA Football Pick: Baylor -28

Needing an impressive win and coming off a bye week, Baylor is poised to put up some big numbers on the Cowboys.

Baylor 60, Oklahoma State 13

Baylor makes a statement to the committee with a blowout win this week.

Check out our Updated College Football Week 13 Odds.

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