The No. 6 Oklahoma State Cowboys and the No. 22 Texas Longhorns square off in a Big 12 conference battle on Saturday at Memorial Stadium (4:30 pm ET, ABC).
The Cowboys are a 7.5-point, -300 moneyline favorite against the Longhorns. Texas is a +250 moneyline underdog. The over/under total is at 64.
Oklahoma State has the No. 1 overall offense in the nation, averaging 51.40 points per game, but is ranked 71st on defense, allowing 27.60 PPG.
Oklahoma State is a perfect 5-0 straight up and 4-1 against the point spread. Three of the Cowboys’ games have gone over the total. Oklahoma State beat the Kansas Jayhawks 70-28 on Saturday at home. The Cowboys cashed as a 31-point favorite and the score went over the total of 74.5.
Texas is 4-1 SU and 3-2 ATS and three of the ‘Horns’ five games have gone over the total. Texas lost 55-17 against the Oklahoma Sooners. The Longhorns failed to cover the 11-point spread as home underdogs, while the score was over the total of 55.5.
On the injury front, the Longhorns’ WR John Harris (foot) and LB Chet Moss (back) are both questionable.
Texas is 12-1 SU in the last 13 head-to-head meetings. The total has gone under in four of the last five meetings at Texas.
The Cowboys next game is next Saturday when they visit the Missouri Tigers. The Longhorns are headed into a bye week after this game. Their next action is on Oct. 29 when they face the Kansas Jayhawks at home.