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NCAA Free Picks: Texas Tech vs. #12 TCU Betting Odds & Week 9 Preview

Week 9: Red Raiders vs Horned Frogs Picks

College Football Week 9 betting action sees the Texas Tech Red Raiders taking on the No. 12 Texas Christian Horned Frogs on Oct. 25, at Amon Carter Stadium. Cappers Picks provides free College football handicapping tips all season long.

The Texas Tech Red Raiders will take on in-state rival TCU on Saturday afternoon at Amon G. Carter Stadium, with the Horned Frogs looking to put themselves into a three way tie for second place in the Big 12 standings.

NCAA Football Spreads

Texas Tech vs TCU
When: Saturday, October 25, 2014, at 3:30 p.m. EST
Where: Amon Carter Stadium
College Football LINE: -22.5 (TCU)
College Football O/U: 71.5
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This game will feature two of the top three passing quarterbacks in the conference in Texas Tech’s Davis Webb (319.9 yards per game, 22 TDs) and TCU’s Trevone Boykin (312.2, 14 TDs).

Texas Tech

The Red Raiders (3-4) put an end to their four-game losing skid last week with a 34-21 win over Kansas.

Tech was led by quarterback Davis Webb who is completing 62.2 percent of his passes for 22 touchdowns, including six in his last two games.

The rest of the offense is fueled by running back DeAndre Washington who has 622 rushing yards on the season.

Defensively, the Red Raiders are in need of improvement, as they have lost nine of their last 11 games when allowing 24 or more points. As a unit Tech is allowing nearly 40 points and 470 yards per game. They do however have 13 sacks and eight forced turnovers.


Both teams are also potent on the ground, with the Red Raiders’ Washington ranking third in the league with 88.9 yards per game while the Frogs’ team average of 197.5 is second in the Big 12.


The Horned Frogs (5-1) will aim to grab their third conference win after beating Oklahoma State last week.

Boykin leads a high-flying TCU offense with 14 passing touchdowns to go along with 346 rushing yards and three touchdowns.

His favorite target has been receiver Josh Doctson who leads TCU with nearly 500 receiving yards and is coming off a two-touchdown performance against the Cowboys.

B.J. Catalon balances the Horned Frogs’ offense with an intimidating ground attack, and has scored at least one touchdown in every game this season.

On the defensive side of the football, TCU is giving up a meager 20.7 points and 359.5 yards per game.

The Red Raiders lead the all-time series 30-23-3 and have won both of the teams’ matchups as members of the Big 12.

College football betting trends

* Over is 15-5 in TTU last 20 road games.
* TTU are 4-10 ATS vs. a team with a winning record.
* Over is 12-5 in TTU last 17 games in October.
* TCU are 8-0 ATS in their last 8 games overall.
* Over is 6-2 in TCU last 8 games overall.
* Under is 6-2 in TCU last 8 games in October.

Week 9 NCAA Football Spread Prediction

TCU is in no way not going to win this game SU. However, the 22.5 point spread is a bit much, considering Texas Tech is a team that can put points on the board

4* Free Score Prediction: TCU 35, Texas Tech 28

I’m taking the Red Raiders and the points

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