NCAAF Picks sets up what many will view as the biggest game on the College Football Week 6 slate when the Oklahoma Sooners and Big 12 conference rival the Texas Longhorns clash on Saturday at the Cotton Bowl (12 pm ET, ABC).
In the latest polls released Monday, the Sooners were No. 2 in the AP Top 25 and No. 1 in the USA Today Poll, while the Texans are ranked 17th in both.
NCAAF Odds have seen some small line movement with the Sooners opening as 9.5-point favorites and being bet up to -10. Oklahoma is a -350 favorite and the Longhorns are a +290 underdog in moneyline odds, while the over/under total is at is 56.5.
Oklahoma (4-0 SU, 3-1 ATS) absolutely destroyed the Ball State Cardinals on Saturday, cruising to a 62-6 blow-out win. The Sooners covered the point spread as a 40-point home favorite, while the score was over the total of 63.
Texas (4-0 straight up, 3-1 against the spread) beat the Iowa State Cyclones 37-14 on the road on Saturday and cashed as an 8.5-point favorite. The score was over the total of 47.5.
College Football Betting head-to-head stats show Oklahoma 6-4 SU and 5-4-1 ATS in the past 10 meetings, but the Longhorns 4-2 SU and 4-1-1 ATS in the past six meetings. When the teams last squared off on Oct. 2 last season, the Sooners won 28-20 and cashed as a 3.5-point home favorite. The score made it over the total of 46.5.
Oklahoma is 17-8 SU in its last 25 games on the road and Texas is 20-5 SU in its last 25 games at home.