College Football Odds – High Scoring Game Expected as Baylor visits Texas Tech

College football odds on Saturday get started at noon eastern and one of the games that should be exciting to watch is the one between Baylor and Texas.

Both teams can score and the total in college football betting odds on this game that can be seen on FSN is listed at 62.

Texas Tech is the home team and they are favored by 2.5 at the Sbg global sportsbook against Baylor.

14-Game Winning Streak – Texas Tech has a 14-game win streak against Baylor but if that streak is ever going to end it could be on Saturday. The Bears are off to a 4-1 start for the first time since 2005. They humiliated Kansas last week by a score of 55-7 and they are facing a Tech team that is already 0-2 after losing 52-38 at Iowa State.

Robert Griffin – One of the best quarterbacks in the country is Baylor’s Robert Griffin. He had 444 yards of total offense last week. He has already been part of 13 plays of 30 yards or more this season.  He can do it all as he throws and runs it as well as any quarterbacks not named Denard Robinson.

Why is Tech Favored? – Okay, we know about the 14-game winning streak but why is Texas Tech favored in this game?  Baylor’s only loss came against TCU and that is no embarrassment.  Everyone loses to TCU. The Bears have allowed 3, 6, 13 and 7 points in their other four games.

Parlay Baylor and Over – This game looks like a great one to parlay the side and the total.  Baylor is the better team and it should be a high scoring one.  The Red Raiders are scoring almost 35 points per game. The Texas Tech defense is rotten as they are allowing 30 points per game.

Trends – The Bears are 10-4 ATS in their last 14 conference games. The Red Raiders are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 conference games. The Red Raiders are 1-5 against the college football odds in their last 6 neutral site games as a favorite. The Under is 10-4 in the Bears last 14 games overall. The Under is 5-1 in the Red Raiders last 6 conference games. The Under is 5-1 in the last 6 meetings between the two teams.

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