College Basketball Betting: Oklahoma State vs. Oklahoma Sooners

January 11, 2012 NCAA Basketball

While this specific game may not have the same energy that its football version does, the Jan 9 – Oklahoma at Oklahoma State game still has its own brand of excitement. With the conference basketball season just under way, both the Oklahoma Sooners and Oklahoma State Cowboys will make an effort to established the tone for the rest of their season with this match. In Oklahoma’s case, they’ll be seeking to continue what has been a good start as they finished the non-conference slate with a 10-2 record. Check the College Basketball Odds for Oklahoma State vs. Oklahoma Sooners game.

Oklahoma State, on the flip side has fought mightily against their out of conference schedule, putting up a meager 7-6 record to date. It does not mean their win is a foregone conclusion just because the Sooners manage to be quite a bit better than the Cowboys at the moment. When you have a look at this game through a gambler’s eye, forecasting who will win and by how much becomes even harder. Neither Oklahoma nor Oklahoma State has really lit the world on fire when it comes to playing versus the spread. In reality, when you examine the 2 squad’s records versus the spread, the one factor that is obvious is that neither team is going to play along with those laying cash on the game would wish. Start your College Basketball Betting action on Oklahoma State vs. Oklahoma Sooners game.

Offensively, the Sooners have depended heavily on junior guard Steven Pledger. Pledger has averaged 18.8 ppg so far this year and is shooting a fantastic 48.4 percent from three-point land. It is not shocking that in Oklahoma’s two non-conference losses, Pledger struggled, shooting 33 percent, and averaging just 11 points in those contests.

For the Oklahoma State Cowboys, the offensive attack has depended on quite a few competitors, with Keiton Page being the primary go-to man. Page has average 13.6 ppg in the non-conference slate. Oklahoma State’s number two scorer, Le’Bryan Nash is scoring an average of 11.7 points per match. Both players will need to step up in order to have a chance at the Sooners.

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