Premiere at the Big 12 conference for the two schools this evening with Tech's Red Raiders to travel to Stillwater to play with Cowboys.
2-1 and 2-1ats this year's Cowboys while Tech is at 2-1 and 0-3 ats in their own games. It has been a far more difficult game so far that the State has begun with a match against the Florida State troopers and fought the game very much, eventually losing 31-37. Easier match then with two wins, over 40 production points and defense receiving under 20 nods. The 3 match has made only two turnovers with a variety of assault on the pass game. Stat that stands out for defense is 24% that only allows 3rd down conversions.
Tech in his last-high match with a high-level opponent lost 28-49 Arkansas, not that in previous matches he showed something as he suffered a lot against weaker schools. His defense seems to be a hole as he receives about 37 points per match, 440 yards, of which 300 is on the ground! With the defensive problems he lost and his defensive coordinator who was punished with exclusion from the NCAA as he was in possession of drugs and yet a replacement was not found. Aggressively, he does, but as is normal with this problematic defensive presence he is not only fortunate enough. In 3, Tech's attack has 6 turnovers as a whole.
In the 8 matches that have been given by 92 'in Oklahoma, the State has picked up 6, while it has covered the 5 handicap on them. Percy defeated Tech with 52-34, while before he cleaned up with 59-21. 5-1 is the favorite in the couple in the last 6, 0-4 in the last 4 in the State of the Red Raiders, both ATS. 0-5 ATS in the latest 5 conference games by Red Raiders, 6-1 respectively by Cowboys.
That's a better team at the State already seen this year, although this year's changes to the team seem to be playing again at a high level. Tech, on the other hand, usually moves moderately at the conference, seems to have a difficult season this year. The defense is tragic, although the attack despite the seemingly good numbers has not been tested, especially as with today's rival. Probably likely to win a big win at Big12's premiere at the State, hence the big hand. The two touchdowns that Oklahoma State has to cover can be imagined (Stoiximan -13.5 @ 1.87).