Joe D'Amico's NCAAF FREE WINNER
Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State,
12/07/2013 12:00 EDT
Point Spread: -10/-105 Oklahoma State
Sports fans, I am a whopping 16-6 my L22 and 22-9 my L31 overall in NCAAF. This is the time of year where the "BEST BIG GAME HUNTER" always gets your paid. This Saturday, I have my SEC CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER (4-1 in SEC BIG GAMES TY), and my BIG 10 GAME OF THE YEAR. Season in and season out, I get your pockets filled going from Championship Weekend through the Bowl games. Finish this season off right…with a HUGE PROFIT. Follow me and you will!$!$!$
Saturday's FREE NCAAF WINNER is Oklahoma State over Oklahoma.
Let's talk Saturday Big Rivalry…Oklahoma State hosting Oklahoma. The line is currently the Cowboys -9 1/2 with a Total of 57 1/2. Oklahoma State is 10-1,( just like Baylor is in the BIG 12), 7-1 in Conference play, and 8-3 ATS. Oklahoma is 9-2, 6-2 in Conference play, and 6-5 ATS. This game has a lot on the line…possibly the BIG 12 Championship and a berth in a BCS Bowl. Oklahoma won 9 of the L10 meetings SU, going 7-3 against the number. The Sooners only had two losses this season, a 36-20 defeat to the Longhorns and a 41-12 thumping by the Bears. Since the Baylor loss, Oklahoma spanked Iowa State, 48-10 and Kansas State, 41-31. Ok State dropped to West Virginia back in September, as a 20-point favorite. Since then, they've won 7 in a row SU and their L6 ATS. Funny thing how their last two games were against both teams that bested Oklahoma. The Cowboys routed the Longhorns, 38-13 and then shellacked the Bears, 49-17. Oklahoma comes in a bit banged-up while Okie State is relatively healthy. The Cowboys QB, Clint Chelf took a while but he has truly grown into the offensive leader of this unit, passing for 1043 yards, a 63.3% CR, 10 TDs, and just 3 INTs over his L4 games, as the team has posted 45.2 PPG during that span. The ground game of Roland, Smith, and Chelf have combined for 1306 YR and 25 TDs. Their "D" allows just 18.8 PPG, 130 yards rushing and 250 yards passing and has held their last 3 foes, Kansas, Texas, and Baylor to just 12 PPG. Oklahoma rushes for 242.3 YPG behind Clay and Williams but their passing game leaves a lot to be desired behind Blake Bell's, 1508 YP, 11/5 TD/INT ratio. They post 31.7 PPG on the road, being outscored by 1.2 PPG while Oklahoma State bests visitors by 16.7 PPG at home going 6-0 SU and 5-1 ATS. I put a lean on Oklahoma State here. Thank you.