College Football odds: #17 OKLAHOMA at #6 OKLAHOMA STATE

This Saturday, December 7th we have a great BIG 12 & Inter State Rivalry Game as the #17 Oklahoma SOONERS (9-2, 6-2 4th BIG 12) take on the #6 Oklahoma State COWBOYS (10-1, 7-1 1st BIG 12)  with kick off scheduled for 12:05 pm ET and the game will be played on the Cowboys home field at the Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma and the weather for this game will not be a cooperating factor as it will be cloudy with an icy mix cold temperature of 23 degrees and winds of up to 11 mph/NE.

The Bet on College football fanatics should know that the two games that the Sooner lost in their 2013 season were losses to ranked teams in Texas and Baylor.  In their last game with Kansas State they won the game 41-31 which was their Coach Stoop’s 158th win which broke the previous school record (most games won in school history) that was held by the famous Barry Switzer.

Their RB Clay had a career high 200 yards rushing and two TD’s in the game as he averaged 6.5 yards per carry on 31 carries. The first half of this game was very exciting as the Sooner was on the run while the Wildcats of KSU were in the air.  That held true for most of the game as the Sooners for the game had 301 yards rushing with 171 yards passing and the Wildcats had 24 yards rushing and 348 yards passing.

For the Offshore Betting fan the Cowboys are the favorites in this game at the Sportbook with the opening line at -10 ½ and the early lines offers no total or money line. This game with the Sooners is the 12th and the last game of the Cowboys regular 2013 season. The OSU Cowboys in their last game beat the Baylor Bears 49-17 as their QB Chelf led the team to a rout of Baylor 49-17 as he was 19 of 25 for 370 yards and 3 TD’s.

The Baylor QB Petty had a good day as he was 28 of 48 for 359 yards and 2 TD’s for the game.  The loss for Baylor was their only loss of the season.  In the game Baylor fumbled the ball 4 times, losing possession on three of the fumbles which contributed to the Bears’ loss coupled with their lack of ability to convert on third downs!

The game Saturday should be filled with excitement and has implications for the conference title as well as the BCS and Bowl invitations!  Good Luck Sooners and Cowboys!

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