Texas Longhorns 2023 Season Betting Guide

Texas Longhorns 2023 Season Betting Guide

The Texas Longhorns had a decent 2022. This season, most expect the Longhorns to win the Big 12 Conference. Winning the Big 12 would be a nice way for Texas to end their final season in the conference.

In 2023, the Longhorns, along with rival Oklahoma, head to the SEC. Keep reading for a season betting analysis for Texas’ final in the Big 12.

Let’s see if the Texas Longhorns have what it takes to back the betting odds to win the NCAA National Championship this season.


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Texas Longhorns | Big 12 Conference during the 2023 NCAA Division I FBS football season
School: University of Texas at Austin
Head coach: Steve Sarkisian | 3rd season
Home field: Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium | 100,119

Texas Odds to Win Championship: +2300


What is Texas’ Straight Up Prediction this Season?

Bijan Robinson, one of the greatest running backs in Texas’ history, went pro after last season. But although the Longhorns must replace Robinson, their fans shouldn’t worry too much.

Jonathan Brooks, Keilan Robinson, Jaydon Blue, and CJ Baxter, the number one ranked RB in the 2023 class, will ensure the Horns rushing game remains stellar.

Not only that, but the quarterback room might be the best in the nation. Top overall recruit, Arch Manning, Peyton’s and Eli’s nephew, chose to play in Austin even though Quinn Ewers is the starter. Joining Manning and Ewers on the QB depth chart is redshirt freshman Maalik Murphy.

Adonai Mitchell transfers from Georgia to join a WR room that includes two of the best in college, Xavier Worthy and Jordan Wittingham. Isaiah Neyor also returns. Ewers has plenty of weapons.

Starting tight-end Ja’Tavion Sanders will line up again. In addition, Sark gets all five offensive linemen back.

On the defense side of the ball, tackles Byron Murphy II and T’Vondre Sweat return. So does defensive end Barryn Sorrell. Linebacker Jaylen Ford posted monster numbers in 2022: 119 tackles, 4 picks, 3 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries, and 10 tackles for a loss.

Senior corner Ryan Watts leads a secondary that’s loaded, and one of the reasons many feel the Longhorns can upset Alabama in week 2.

Texas, for sure, will compete versus a Bama squad that doesn’t have a starting signal-caller close to Bryce Young. If Texas beats Alabama, the Longhorns first road game of the season, Texas could run the table.

At no time since the Mac Brown and Vince Young days has Texas had as good of a team as they’ve got this season. It sounds crazy, but Texas could go undefeated during the regular season. We don’t have enough guts to call that, but we do have enough guts to say Texas goes 11-1 straight up.  


What Will the Longhorns’ Against the Spread Record be this Season?

The Longhorns went 8-4 against the spread in the regular season. But it appears Texas snuck up on oddsmakers.

Oddsmakers will set lines more difficult for Texas to cover this season. The Horns should go .500 ATS in 2023. 6-6 against the spread is the call.


What will be the over under total record for Texas Longhorns games in 2023?

The over under total went 6-6 last season. Although Texas’ offense should be just as good, oddsmakers know this.

So there’s no reason to believe the linemakers get it wrong in 2023. Like in 2022, Texas goes 6-6 over-to-under.

Texas Longhorns 2023 Season Betting Analysis
2022 Texas Longhorns records
Longhorns 2022 SU Record: 8-4
Longhorns 2023 ATS Record: 8-4
Longhorns 2023 Over Under Record: 6-6

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2023 Texas Football Schedule

Week Date Opponent Venue Time
All times ET
1 Sep. 2 Rice Owls DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, TX 3:30pm ET
2 Sep. 9 at 6 Alabama Crimson Tide Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa, AL 7:00pm ET
3 Sep. 16 Wyoming Cowboys DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, TX 8:00pm ET
4 Sep. 23 at Baylor Bears McLane Stadium, Waco, TX Time TBA
5 Sep. 30 Kansas Jayhawks DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, TX Time TBA
6 Oct. 7 vs Oklahoma Sooners Cotton Bowl Stadium, Dallas, TX Time TBA
7 Oct. 14 OFF
8 Oct. 21 at Houston Cougars TDECU Stadium, Houston, TX Time TBA
9 Oct. 28 BYU Cougars DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, TX Time TBA
10 Nov. 4 18 Kansas State Wildcats DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, TX Time TBA
11 Nov. 11 at 16 TCU Horned Frogs Amon G. Carter Stadium, Fort Worth, TX Time TBA
12 Nov. 18 at Iowa State Cyclones Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, IA Time TBA
13 Nov. 24 20 Texas Tech Red Raiders DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, TX 7:30pm ET
14 Dec. 2 Big 12 Championship AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX 12:00pm ET

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