The 2nd ranked Longhorns are making their first ever trip to Laramie. College football betting odds have Texas as a 33.5 point favorite at the sportsbook.
College football betting lines indicate that this will be the third meeting between Texas and Wyoming with both of the first two meetings taking place in Austin. They first met in 1974, when the Longhorns defeated the Cowboys, 34-7 in college football betting lines. The second meeting came four years later in 1978 when Texas won 17-3.
Texas has been very good early in the season under head coach Mack Brown, winning 27 of its last 30 games in August and September. Last week the Longhorns defeated Louisiana Monroe by score of 59-20 but they did not cover the college football betting lines. Texas has won 14 straight non-conference games, which is the third-longest non-conference winning streak in the nation. Texas is 52-17 (.754) away from home (road and neutral sites) over the last 10 years, which is the nation’s best college football betting odds record over that time period.
Wyoming comes into this college football betting lines matchup off a 29-22 over Weber State. The Cowboys have a new head coach this season in Dave Christensen who came to Wyoming from Missouri.
The Longhorns are 5-1 against the college football betting odds in their last 6 road games. The Longhorns are 6-2 against the college football betting lines in their last 8 non-conference games. The Longhorns are 2-5 in college football betting lines in their last 7 games as a favorite.
The Cowboys are 12-5 against the college football betting odds in their last 17 non-conference games. They’re 6-18 against the college football betting lines in their last 24 games as an underdog and 4-22-1 against sports betting odds in their last 27 games overall. The Cowboys are 1-9-1 in college football betting lines in their last 11 home games.
Looking at the college football betting lines total at the sportsbook we see that the Over is 13-4-1 in the Longhorns last 18 games as a road sports betting favorite, 6-2 in the Longhorns last 8 games in September and 4-1 in college football betting lines in the Cowboys last 5 vs. the Big 12. The Under is 11-5 in the Cowboys last 16 non-conference games.