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Oklahoma at Missouri


Kickoff: Saturday, 8:00 p.m. EDT, Line: Oklahoma -3, Total: 53

As bettors recall, neither the Oklahoma Sooners nor the Missouri Tigers showed any notion of trap college football games last week, as they stayed unbeaten with blowout wins. Oklahoma destroyed Iowa State 52-0 while Missouri won big at Texas A&M, 30-9. Sooners Wide receiver Ryan Broyles had 15 catches for 182 yards and leads the nation with 10.2 receptions per game. The Missouri Tigers are standing at second spot in scoring defense (10.8 PPG) nationwide, outscoring their last three opponents 107 to 22.

Even with four of their latest wins coming by eight points or less (2, 3, 7 and 8), the Oklahoma Sooners are sitting atop the BCS Standings. Quarterback Landry Jones has three straight multi-touchdown games and has a total of 14 TD and just three picks this college football season. Broyles has 100-plus receiving yards in eight of his past nine games, dating back to last season. Running back DeMarco Murray has at least 100 total yards and two scores in five of his six games in the 2010 football season. His 13 total touchdowns are tied for the nation lead with Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon.

The Missouri Tigers haven’t done a great job this year but they want to prove that they are national championship contenders. Mizzou ranks second in the nation in scoring defense (10.8 PPG) and fourth in sacks (3.33 per game). Quarterback Blaine Gabbert started the year off slow with just five TD in his first four games, but he has five TD and zero INT in his past two contests. Gabbert threw for 361 yards and three touchdowns in the win over Texas A&M.

According to the college football scores, Oklahoma has won seven games in a row over the Tigers, but the following sports betting trends like Missouri:

MISSOURI is 19-7 ATS (+11.3 Units) in home games after gaining 100 or less rushing yards last game since 1992. The average score was MISSOURI 33.4, OPPONENT 19.7 – (Rating = 1*).

OKLAHOMA is 6-18 ATS (-13.8 Units) after gaining 300 or more rushing yards last game since 1992. The average score was OKLAHOMA 26.3, OPPONENT 22.1 – (Rating = 1*).

The college football lines are also pointing towards the Under:

Play Under – Any team against the total (MISSOURI) – after allowing 100 or less rushing yards in 2 straight games against opponent after allowing 125 or less rushing yards in 2 straight games. (86-43 over the last 5 seasons.) (66.7%, +38.7 units. Rating = 3*)

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