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Week 4

 

Kent State o/u 62

UGA -45

 

Vandy o/u 59

Alabama -40.5

 

Wisconsin o/u 57

Ohio State -19

 

Maryland o/u 64.5

Michigan -17

 

Clemson -7.5

Wake Forest o/u 55.5

 

Kansas State  o/u 53

OU -12.5

 

USC -6

Oregon State o/u 70.5

 

N. Illinois o/u 53

Kentucky - 26.5

 

Arkansas o/u 48.5

Texas A&M -2

 

Florida o/u 62.5

Tennessee -10.5

 

UConn o/u 49.5

NC State -38.5

 

Utah -15.5

Arizona State o/u 54

 

C. Michigan o/u 63.5

Penn State -28

 

Oregon -6.5

Washington State o/u 56.5

 

Tulsa o/u 65.5

Ole Miss -21.5

 

Baylor o/u 45.5

Iowa State -2.5

 

Stanford o/u 63.5

Washington -13.5

 

Wyoming o/u 50

BYU -21.5

 

Texas -7

Texas Tech o/u 61

 

Rhode Island 

Pittsburgh - NO LINE

 

Middle Tennessee o/u 53.5

Miami -25.5

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4 hours ago, YoloinOhio said:

Wisky +19

I could’ve told you that’s a bad beat for a night game in Columbus

 

Sure you almost gotta take 19 for most teams… 

 

Whiskey’s offense isn’t too great… And the night game in Columbus the boot

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1 hour ago, Buffalo716 said:

I could’ve told you that’s a bad beat for a night game in Columbus

 

Sure you almost gotta take 19 for most teams… 

 

Whiskey’s offense isn’t too great… And the night game in Columbus the boot

 Both osu starting corners out and mertz is a real QB ( or so I thought)

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13 hours ago, Bill from NYC said:

How does OK State look this week? Baylor looks as if they might have a pulse..

 

Is OK State ready to face a team like this?

 

I think offensively we will be fine, especially coming off a bye week (way too early for one IMO) so I feel OSU will put up some points on Baylor. OSU has won 2 of the last 3 meetings... and SHOULD have won all three. 

 

My concern is we are 1-4 the last 5 in Waco. 

 

32-32 is the average score in those 5 games. Cowboys have won 19 of the last 27 games v Baylor.... 7-6 the L13 in Waco. 

 

Oklahoma State's defense is far better than their numbers show and the overall perception from the outside. It was 51-15 in the 3Q v C. Michigan when Gundy pulled the entire starting lineup on both sides. The final score didn't indicate how the game went (final was 58-44). Central Michigan isn't a bad team either. It was 21-14 at the half and CMU held Penn State to just 12 points in the 2nd half. 

 

My biggest concern is Spencer Sanders vs Baylor. Seems to be the one team he struggles against. Career numbers:

 

81-of-131 for 942 yards, 5 touchdowns and 10 INTs (he threw 1 TD v 7 INTs last year) vs Baylor. You take away the game v the Bears, he's fire.

 

Baylor is one of the worst teams in the NCAA passing the ball, they are a rushing offense right now. OSU has a stout run defense. They held the nations leading rusher from 2021 to just 2.8 yards per carry in game one. The Bears have also not faced a passing attack like the Cowboys, not even close. That's the strength of OSU's team. We aren't the best running team this year, sorta like our Bills... like Allen, Sanders is the offensive weapon on the ground (as well as his arm). We saw in the Fiesta Bowl how good he is running the ball (and vs OU). In those two games alone, he rushed for 241 yards (also threw for 723 yards). He's better this year so I hope his past history against Baylor won't matter. 

 

Game is toss up because it's in Waco IMO. 

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