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Free Sports Game Preview and Prediction: Texas vs. Oklahoma State (NCAAF)

By: Joe D'Amico     Date: Oct 22, 2022
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Free Sports Game Preview and Prediction: Texas vs. Oklahoma State
Saturday, October 22, 2022 3:30 PM
Play: Point Spread: +6/-105 Oklahoma State
If you want to SWEEP THE NCAAF BOARD Saturday and go 4-0, then all you have to do is follow me. On the entire card, I have isolated 4 HUGE WINNERS for you: my first CONTRARIAN PLAY, my 26-5 NO LIMIT GAME (which are 7-1 going back to last season) and two BIG GAMES OF THE MONTH in my ODDSMAKERS MISTAKE GOM and my PAC 12 GOM. If you only play one days games for the rest of the season, then you MUST play mine on Saturday. Oh, and BRING A BROOM, because WE ARE SWEEPING. Saturday’s FREE WINNER: Take Oklahoma State. Game 380. 12:30 PM PST/3:30 PM EST. The Texas Longhorns travel to Boone Pickens Stadium to face the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Both of these teams have one loss in the conference. And trust me when I tell you, the winner of this game will be watching the TCU/Kansas State matchup later today. The Horned Frogs and the Wildcats are both undefeated in Big 12 play. This game has serious implications here folks. In all honestly, on both of my sets of power ratings, I have Oklahoma State -1 and -4. Yes, they have covered four of the last five outings. Yes, they are playing at home. And yes, they should be in serious bounce-back mode after suffering a three-point overtime loss on the road last week against TCU. I get it guys. I understand the Longhorns have won their last three games. But going on the road to Stillwater to face an angry Cowboys team coming off their first defeat of the season, is going to be a tough task. Oklahoma State has a more potent offense without question. I know the Texas defense is a top-20 stop-unit. But I believe they will be backpedaling most of the game here. I do expect Longhorns quarterback, Quinn Ewers, who has been healthy the last few weeks and tossed seven touchdown passes, is going to have quite a bit of success in the air. But the more well-balanced, more-explosive offense of Okie State and their very loyal fan base, are going to play huge parts in this matchup. Giving them points here is a mistake. This is going to be a very close game. I like the Cowboys. Let’s not forget they have covered five of the last seven meetings in this rivalry. Oklahoma State is also 11-2-1 ATS the last 14 games played vs. conference foes, 20-4-2 ATS the last 26 games played following an ATS win, 10-3 ATS the last 13 games played following a SU loss, and 16-5-1 ATS the last 22 games played overall. Texas is 3-8 ATS the last 11 games played vs. Big 12 teams, 2-5 ATS the last seven games played following an ATS loss, 1-4 ATS the last five games played on the road, and 1-4 ATS the last five games played on the road vs. teams with a winning home record. Take the Cowboys. Thank you.

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