The Oklahoma State Cowboys have a lot of hope heading into this season, as their win total is sitting at 8.5 games throughout the betting market.
Today, we will dive into a few of their regular season games and discuss why I like some games to bet on more than others. There will not be lines associated with this article, but we will talk about the game as a whole.
This Cowboys team lost the Big 12 Championship Game last season to Baylor and ended up defeating the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the Fiesta Bowl; so many good things are happening in this program. Let’s see the top games I’ve selected so you can plan your bets against their College Football Odds.
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Oklahoma State vs Kansas (November 5)
Let’s start with an easy one: The Kansas Jayhawks are not a good collegiate football program. Having a quarterback like Spencer Sanders returning will do wonders for the team this year, and they will dominate the Jayhawks.
Looking at last season, the Cowboys picked up a 55-3 win, with Sanders going 12-for-19 with three total touchdowns. Kansas is not going to be much of a challenge, so expect this to be a huge spread and go with the Oklahoma State Cowboys to cover it on the road as they are the better team.
Arizona State vs Oklahoma State (September 10)
This just feels like an important game on the schedule before the conference play kicks off, as they can assert themselves early. This Cowboys offense has shown the ability to do a number on weaker defenses as Arizona State has. Oklahoma State scored 31.1 points per game last season.
The Sun Devils starting quarterback from a year ago was Jayden Daniels, but he is now with the LSU Tigers, while leading running back Rachaad White was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Even their top wide receiver transferred to the Florida Gators, so this Arizona State offense, which was good last year, is going through a lot of changes. I do not see this fixing up early in the season, so the Cowboys should also be in good shape to cover the spread on this game.
Oklahoma State vs Baylor (October 1)
In a rematch of the Big 12 Championship Game, the Cowboys and the Bears will square off to kick off the Big 12 portion of the schedule in a neutral-site game in Waco, Texas. That means this will be interesting.
Baylor has a change in their quarterback with Gerry Bohanon entering the transfer portal, and they are naming Blake Shapen as the starter. The Cowboys have tape on him as he was the quarterback who won the Big 12 Championship Game a year ago and completed 17 consecutive passes.
Having someone like defensive end Collin Oliver coming off the end and having another year of experience after 11.5 sacks in his freshman season will add some pressure. This game should be close according to the spread as they play each other well but go with the Oklahoma State Cowboys to win this game.