NCAA Week 11 Texas Tech Vs. Oklahoma Odds and Predictions

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NCAA Football Betting Odds – Oklahoma Sooners to stomp Texas Tech Red Raiders at home

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NCAAF Betting Online: Among the Big 12 games on the NCAA Football betting odds this week is this tilt between the Texas Tech Red Raiders (5-4) and the Oklahoma Sooners (7-2) from Memorial Stadium in Norman, OK on Saturday, November 13 at 3:30 ET in a game televised regionally on ABC.

Oklahoma should be in a foul mood after losing at Texas A&M last week, and as a result, look for a big win against Texas Tech vs. the NCAA Football betting odds here at home, where the Sooners are still undefeated straight up.

The college football latest line at Bookmaker Sportsbook for this contest is Oklahoma -14½ at home, with the betting total set at 64½.

Not only is Oklahoma coming off of an upset loss at the hands of the Aggies, but this is also a revenge spot for them after Texas Tech blew them out 41-13 in Lubbock last season, which should make the Sooners twice as motivated for this home contest.

Remember that Oklahoma is still 5-0 here at home this season, where they are winning their games by an average score of 40.0-15.0 while outgaining the opposition by +180.6 total yards per contest!

Ever since a narrow 31-24 escape here vs. Utah State on opening week, the Sooners have covered their last four home games against the NCAA Football betting odds while winning by an average of +29.5 points. Besides a 28-20 win over Texas, the other home wins were 47-17 over Florida State, 52-0 over Iowa State and 43-10 over Colorado.

A motivated Oklahoma team is the last thing Texas Tech needs, as the Red Raiders are allowing 30.9 points and 439.0 yards per game, and those numbers rise to 34.5 points and 465.2 yards on the road. This would be a tough enough spot for Tech under normal circumstances, but being in a potential letdown spot after upsetting Missouri on national TV in prime time makes this task virtually impossible.

The biggest mismatch in this contest is one of the best quarterbacks in the country in Oklahoma’s Landry Jones throwing against a Texas Tech secondary that is allowing 327.8 passing yards per game on the road. Jones has thrown for over 2800 yards while completing 66.2 percent of his passes with a fantastic ratio of 22 touchdowns vs. six interceptions; he should readily carve the Red Raiders up.

Now the Oklahoma defense has looked more vulnerable than usual this season while allowing 374.7 yards per game, but most of those struggles have come on the road. The Sooners are still allowing only 15.0 points per game here in Norman, so they should be able to slow down the Tech offense here.

Oklahoma rebounded from their first loss this season by beating Colorado by 33 points, and we now look for them to rebound from the second loss with another emphatic win vs. the NCAA Football betting odds as they avenge last year’s loss to the Red Raiders.

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