In a game that showcases a couple of schools ranked in the Top 21 overall nationally, the No. 21 Oklahoma State Cowboys (+13.5) are set to play host to their conference foe No. 7 Oklahoma Sooners (-13.5) at Boone Pickens Stadium. FOX will broadcast the action and the game’s scheduled to kick off at 8:00 p.m. ET.

No. 7 Oklahoma at No. 21 Oklahoma State Betting Odds 11/30/2019

The line for this Big 12 game is sitting at 13.5 points in favor of Oklahoma. The Sooners are currently getting -600 moneyline odds while the Cowboys are +425. Some solid live betting scenarios should present themselves during the game, and the over/under (O/U) has been placed at 69.5 points.

The game’s over/under hasn’t moved after it was initially set at 69.5. Having said that, the line opened at 12 and square bettors have been hammering the Sooners.

The Sooners are 10-1 straight up (SU), including 7-1 SU against conference opponents. The Cowboys are 8-3 SU overall and are also 5-3 SU in conference play. Both of these teams have rewarded gamblers this year as the Cowboys are up 2.1 units while the Sooners have gained 4.0 units.

The Sooners just got a 28-24 win over TCU last week where Jalen Hurts completed only 11-of-21 passes for 145 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. Hurts (173 rushing yards on 28 attempts, two TDs) also led the ground attack and was complemented by Kennedy Brooks (149 yards on 25 carries). Charleston Rambo (six receptions, 77 yards) and Lee Morris (two catches, 32 yards) shared the receiving duties in the win.

Oklahoma State takes the field on Saturday after just earning a 20-13 win over West Virginia. The defensive secondary let the Mountaineers air it out for 307 yards. George Campbell had a good outing in the loss for West Virginia, recording 92 yards and a score on five catches. For Oklahoma State, Dru Brown completed 22-of-29 passes for 196 yards and two touchdowns. Chuba Hubbard (106 rushing yards on 26 attempts) spearheaded the running attack as Dillon Stoner (eight receptions, 62 yards, one TD) led the pass-catching corps in the win.

Oklahoma’s run the ball on 59.1 percent of its offensive possessions this year while Oklahoma State has an overall rush percentage of 62.4 percent. The Sooners have produced 258 rush yards/game (including 233 per game against Big 12 opponents) and have 30 touchdowns on the ground this year. The Cowboys are logging 246 rush yards per contest (231 in conference) and have 25 total rushing TDs.

The Sooners have tallied 317 yards per contest in the air overall (304 per game against conference opposition) and have 33 passing scores so far. The Cowboys have recorded 230 pass yards per outing (217.5 in the Big 12) and have 21 total pass TDs.

Oklahoma appears to have an advantage when it comes to limiting the pass. The team’s allowed opponents to run for an average of 142 yards and throw for 195 yards per game. Oklahoma State has allowed 139.0 rushing yards per game and 276.2 to opponents in the air. The Sooners are giving up an adjusted net yards per pass attempt (ANY/A) of just 5.75 to opponents, while the Cowboys have allowed a 6.34 ANY/A.

Hurts has put up 2,887 passing yards this season, and has completed 162-of-227 attempts with 26 passing touchdowns and only five interceptions. Hurts has a 13.08 adjusted net yards per pass attempt overall, although that number is 6.35 over the past two outings.

Look for a balanced approach offensively from Oklahoma in this one. Jalen Hurts (1,042 rushing yards, 17 rush TDs, 21 receiving yards on the year), Kennedy Brooks (664 rush yards, three rush TDs) and Charleston Rambo (651 receiving yards, five TDs) have all played big roles lately.

Dru Brown has recorded 349 yards, four TDs and zero INTs for Oklahoma State. His ANY/A stands at 9.00 for the year and 8.16 over his last two games.

We’re thinking the Cowboys will maintain tempo by pounding the defense with their running backs. Along with WR Dillon Stoner (387 receiving yards, three receiving TDs this season), Chuba Hubbard (1,710 rush yards, 18 rush TDs, 128 receiving yards) and LD Brown (161 rush yards, two rush TDs) have been focal points in the Cowboys’ recent offensive gameplans.

These two schools faced off last year with the final outcome being a 48-47 win for Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Sooners at Oklahoma State Cowboys Free Pick

SU Winner – Oklahoma, ATS Winner – Oklahoma, O/U – Under


Team Betting Notes

The Sooners offense has produced 16 pass plays of 40 or more yards, while the Cowboys have put up 14 such plays.

The Oklahoma defense has allowed one pass play of 40 or more yards, while Oklahoma State has given up nine such plays.

The Oklahoma offense has created 33 rushing plays of 20 yards or more, while Oklahoma State has created 30 such runs.

The Sooners defense has allowed 19 rushing plays of 20 yards or more, while the Cowboys have given up 10 such runs.

The Oklahoma defense has 28 sacks on the year while Oklahoma State has 24.

Oklahoma has produced 5.2 yards per carry over its past three games and 5.1 over its last two.

Oklahoma State has averaged 4.9 yards per carry over its last three contests and 3.6 over its last two.

Over its last three matchups, Oklahoma State is 1-0-2 ATS and the under cashed in two of those three.

The O/U for Oklahoma’s previous game going into it was 64.5. The under cashed in the team’s 28-24 win over TCU.

In its last three contests, Oklahoma is 0-3 ATS and the under cashed in two of those three.

The Over/Under for Oklahoma State’s previous match was set at 56.5. The under cashed in the 20-13 victory over West Virginia.