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OSU Cowboys vs. KU Jayhawks Week 12 Free Pick

Oklahoma State vs. Kansas Jayhawks Gambling Preview + Predictions

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No. 10 Cowboys at Jayhawks CFB Lines

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Date/Time: Saturday, November 20, 12 PM ET
Venue: Memorial Stadium, Lawrence KS
Broadcast: None
Oklahoma State Cowboys vs. Kansas Jayhawks Betting Lines from Justbet.com
Money Line: Kansas (+750) Oklahoma State (-1100)
Spread: Oklahoma State -24
Over/Under: 64.5
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No. 10 Oklahoma Cowboys vs. Kansas Jayhawks Preview

In a Big 12 match up this Saturday between a game that means a lot to the visiting team and not much to the home team Kansas (3-7) plays host to Oklahoma State (9-1). College football lines has Oklahoma State as big 24-point favorites with a total of 64.5.

In their last games Kansas lost to Nebraska 20-3 while Oklahoma State beat Texas 33-16 for the first time in 12 games against the Longhorns.

If OSU wins this game and then next week in a HUGE game hosting Oklahoma they will win the Big 12 and play in their very first BCS bowl game. The Cowboys  have the nation’s 2nd ranked passing offense and 3rd highest scoring team in the nation so the Kansas defense will really have their hands full in this game.

Kansas will not be going bowling this season and they have lost 5 of their last 6 games. Last week Kansas played Nebraska and they actually only lost by 17 points, but their offense only picked up a grand total of 87 yards.

The Cowboys have beaten the Jayhawks in 5 of 6 games since the Big 12 conference was formed in 1996 and they have won all 3 games in Kansas. Kansas has to play like they did a couple games back when their offense came alive in the 52-45 win over Colorado.

Heading into this Big 12 match up Oklahoma State is 8-2 ATS and Kansas is 5-5 ATS. The betting trends do not point to Kansas covering the spread, as OSU is 6-1 ATS in their last 7 games against Kansas and the favorite has covered the spread in 5 of the last 6 meetings between these 2 teams. However, Kansas has not played bad in their last couple of games and in the Nebraska game they covered the big spread.

Kansas played a great defensive team in Nebraska in their last game, but not in this game since the Cowboys will not be beating teams with their defense. Jayhawks’ QB Quinn Mecham has started the last 3 games, but he was only 3/13 for 15 yards in the game and freshman Jordan Webb may get the starting nod this Saturday. Luckily, whoever starts under center will be facing an OSU passing defense that only ranks 111th in the nation.

The Jayhawks’ rushing offense is better that their passing offense, but they only rank 81st in the nation in rushing yards per game. RB James Sims is the featured back and he struggled a tad against Nebraska rushing for 24 yards on 9 carries. Sims and whoever is the QB will be counted on to light up the scoreboard to keep up with the dynamic offense of the Cowboys. It does not sound possible, but Kansas did scored 52 points on Colorado 2 weeks ago.

The OSU offense is absolutely stacked with QB Brandon Weeden, RB Kendall Hunter, and WR Justin Blackmon. The Cowboys’ offense racked up 532 yards against Texas last week and Weeden passed for 409 yards. Hunter has rushed for over 100 yards in 7 of 9 games this season and Blackmon has at least 100 receiving yards and 1 TD and every game he has played this season.

Kansas does have a decent pass defense ranking 48th in the nation, but their run defense only ranks 110th. Last week they gave up 230 yards on the ground to Nebraska so they should get a heavy dose of Hunter in this game.

Kansas is at home and that is, basically, the only thing they have going for them. The Cowboys have so many weapons that they will have no problem moving the chains and even though their defense is not very good their offense will score a ton of points. This game will get ugly quickly, as OSU will lay a serious beat down on Kansas and cover the spread.

Betting Trends

Oklahoma State is 4-0 ATS in their last 4 road games, 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games as a road favorite of 10.5 or more, and has an Over record of 7-3 in their last 10 games.
Kansas is 3-8 ATS in their last 11 games against teams with a winning record and has an Over record of 13-3 in their last 16 home games.

Pick: Oklahoma State -24

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