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Bet the ‘Over’ 69.5 points in the Tulsa vs. Oklahoma State game on August 31st 2017

Tulsa Golden Hurricane vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys
NCAAF Over-Under Pick: Over 69.5 points (August 31st 2017)

Oklahoma State shows off a super 38-8 victory over Colorado (-3) in the Alamo Bowl.  However, they play in after losing to Oklahoma and Baylor in 2016, breaking the hearts of their faithful.  It’s difficult to assess a Big-12 Championship but, the Pokes do catch the Sooners at home this season. Again, the Pokes offense is loaded led by QB Rudolph and wide out Washington (groin) both seniors and record-breaking players achieving awards.  Also, we can’t forget RB Justin Hill who will surely dent the Hurricanes defense that was ranked #102 in yards allowed (466.6) in 2016.  The Cowboys come off a super offensive season averaging 38.6 points per game and bring back a huge offensive line.  Defensively, they return 56% of their starters and should look improved tonight with the Hurricanes starting only 29% of the 2016 offensive starters.  Although Tulsa scored 45.7 points per game last year, they were sullied on the defensive end allowing 29.8 points per game.  From the coaching standpoint, a huge edge goes to HC Mike Gundy of the Cowboys who has brought consistent success to Stillwater including, a national championship.  Since 2010, State has garnered five ten wins seasons, seven top-ten finishes going back to 2008.  By the way, the forecast is for super weather conditions come game time so, go OVER the total.  Good Luck

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Iowa State vs. Oklahoma State Basketball Point Spread Pick from Brandon Lee: January 11th 2017

Iowa State Cyclones vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys
Point Spread Pick: Iowa State +3 (January 11th 2017)

This line is going to have a lot of people jumping on the Cowboys as a short home favorite, but I think the play here is on the Cyclones. Iowa State comes in having won 4 of 5 with the only conference loss coming at Baylor 63-65 in a game they should have won. I like the direction this team is headed and believe they are one of the more talented teams in the Big 12. Oklahoma State went 10-2 in non-conference play, but have opened up 0-3 in the Big 12 and I just don’t feel they are as good as their overall record would lead on. Their lone conference home game saw them get annihilated by West Virginia by 17-points. Both these teams are lethal offensively, but ISU is allowing just 64.3 ppg, while the Cowboys are giving up 77.6 ppg. It’s also worth noting the Cyclones have had a lot of success in this series. Iowa State has won each of the last 7 meetings, including 3 straight at Oklahoma State. Give me the Cyclones +3!

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Brandon Shively betting the Cowboys +1 over the Mountaineers on December 30th 2016

West Virginia Mountaineers vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys
College Basketball Prediction: Oklahoma State +1 (December 30th 2016)

Oklahoma State’s coach Brad Underwood came from Stephen F. Austin. The Lumberjacks beat West Virginia last year in the NCAA Tourney. I like this angle as Underwood has carried his same attack defense to Oklahoma State, but has sped up the tempo dramatically. I think this fast tempo havoc will frustrate West Virginia, who plays much better at home than on the road. Both team’s are similar in many aspects, fast tempo, good offensive rebounding, and #1 and #3 in the nation in turnover percentage on defense. Oklahoma State has lost the last 4 meetings but this is their best team in years that fits Underwood’s system. I think this is a great spot early in conference play for the Cowboy’s to make a statement on their homecourt. (1* Oklahoma State)

Oklahoma State Cowboys vs. Colorado Buffaloes Bowl Game Pick: December 29th 2016

Oklahoma State Cowboys vs. Colorado Buffaloes
Bowl Game Pick: Colorado -3 (December 29th 2016)

Certainly both teams are coming off deflating losses with conference championships at stake. So you have to try and figure out which team will be more motivated to be playing in this ‘lesser’ bowl game. And I think it’s pretty clear to see that Colorado will be the more motivated team.

The Buffaloes will be going to their first bowl game since 2007. It’s been nearly a decade since their last bowl game, so they will be excited to be here either way. In fact, if you would have given them a No. 10 ranking and 10 wins coming into the season, they would have taken it. So I don’t think they are disappointed at all that they’re not going to the Rose Bowl, which is where they would have been if they beat Washington.

Conversely, Oklahoma State is used to going to bowl games. It will be thoroughly disappointed that it fell just short of winning the Big 12 with a loss to Oklahoma in the season finale. The Cowboys would much rather be playing in the Sugar Bowl like Oklahoma is. They will be less motivated than Colorado as a result.

And just strictly from a matchup standpoint, I like Colorado as well. They have the better defense and it’s not really even close. The Buffaloes only allow 20.5 points, 327 yards per game and 4.7 yards per play this season. The Cowboys give up 28.1 points, 457 yards per game and 6.0 yards per play on the year.

One thing that is getting overlooked here is Colorado senior quarterback Sefo Liufau. The Buffaloes went 10-3 this season, but in all three of their losses, Liufau was injured and didn’t play the whole game. Those losses came to Michigan, USC and Washington, which are three of the top teams in the country. And the Buffaloes gave both USC and Michigan runs for their money. The loss to Washington was a bit fluky because the Buffaloes just gave that game away with turnovers.

Oklahoma State relies heavily on its passing attack, which averages 322 yards per game. Well, Colorado has one of the best pass defenses in the country. The Buffaloes only allow 47.9% completions, 181 passing yards per game and 5.4 yards per attempt to opposing quarterbacks. They also rank 7th nationally with 26 takeaways. There is NFL talent all over this secondary, and they have the goods to stop Mason Rudolph.


While these teams have similar records, the one thing that can’t be argued is that Colorado played the much tougher schedule.  The Buffaloes faced the 8th-toughest schedule in the country, while the Cowboys faced the 61st.  I think the Cowboys get exposed here just as they did last year in their 20-48 loss to Ole Miss in the Sugar Bowl.

The Buffaloes are 11-3 ATS in their last 14 games overall. Colorado is 7-2 ATS in its last nine vs. a team with a winning record. I think the Buffaloes come into the bowl season still undervalued because they didn’t look good in that loss to Washington, which was the only game they didn’t look good all season. They will get back on track with a big effort against the Cowboys here.  Bet Colorado Thursday.

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Sooners vs. Cowboys Football Point Spread Pick from Alex Smart: December 3rd 2016

OKLAHOMA STATE VS. OKLAHOMAOklahoma Sooners vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys
Point Spread Pick: Oklahoma State +11.5 (December 3rd 2016)

The Bedlam rivalry game between seventh-ranked Oklahoma Sooners (9-2, 8-0 Big 12) and their instate rivals Oklahoma State Cowboys (9-2, 7-1) goes this Saturday afternoon .It marks the second straight year that the Bedlam game will determine the Big 12 championship. The Sooners won 58-23 in last year’s regular-season finale in Stillwater and now the Cowboys will be out for revenge .The road team has won each of the last three Bedlam games and the last two in Norman have gone to overtime, and Im expecting another rinse and repeat performance here with the points proving to be golden.

OKLAHOMA is 9-2 ATS L/11 when playing against a team with a winning record and have covered 9 of their L/11 vs teams that outcore their opponents by 10 points or more like the Sooners have. Oklahoma State is 20-8 ATS L/28 in a road game where the total is greater than or equal to 63.

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Scott Spreitzer betting the Central Michigan Chippewas +20 points on September 10th 2016

CENTRAL MICHIGAN VS. OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYSCentral Michigan Chippewas vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys
Point Spread Pick: Central Michigan +20 points (September 10th 2016)

I’m taking the points with Central Michigan on Saturday. One thing we like when a big underdog is facing an opponent is if that dog has confidence it can hang for four quarters. Central Michigan certainly has that after taking Oklahoma State to the brink last season. CMU was roughly a 23-point dog, yet trailed 17-13 with 10 minutes left in the game. OSU added one more TD to win 24-13, but CMU easily covered the big number. Central Michigan owns an outstanding offense with great skill players, despite losing their top receiver. QB Cooper Rush leads the way, an arm we’ll be seeing one day on NFL Sundays. The Chips will face an Oklahoma State defense that has allowed a ton of points over the last couple of seasons, including allowing 27 or more points on eight occasions last season. We don’t expect a big turnaround in 2016. I do expect Oklahoma State to score their share of points, but also expect the Chips to score quite a few, hanging this big number. The MAC entry covered nine of 12 regular season games last year, including a 3-0 ATS mark as a road dog. We’ll back Central Michigan plus the points on Saturday. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.