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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 12/29/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




OKLAHOMA (12 - 1) vs. ALABAMA (13 - 0)
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Week 16 Saturday, 12/29/2018 4:00 PM
ORANGE BOWL - Hard Rock Stadium - Miami, FL
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OKLAHOMA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games12-1+35-710-349.527.2577.9(8.7)1.032.415.8448.1(6)0.8
Road Games5-1+22-35-147.225.3574.3(8.3)1.538.521.8472.8(6.7)0.8
Last 3 Games3-0+21-12-151.025.3580.7(8.3)1.741.017.3555.0(7.5)1.0
Grass Games9-104-68-249.427.0565.4(8.8)0.829.213.3421.1(5.7)0.8
OKLAHOMA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)49.527.226.429:2238-254(6.7)20-2870.1%324(11.6)66-578(8.7)(11.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.27.713.82129:1337-155(4.2)20-3360.7%244(7.5)69-399(5.8)(14.4)
Offense Road Games47.225.326.231:3740-245(6.2)21-2970.6%329(11.2)69-574(8.3)(12.2)
Defense (All Games)32.415.824.230:3839-157(4)22-3563.0%291(8.2)74-448(6)(13.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.30.215.322.431:5041-176(4.3)20-3262.0%246(7.7)73-422(5.8)(13.9)
Defense Road Games38.521.823.028:2333-123(3.7)24-3864.0%350(9.2)71-473(6.7)(12.3)

ALABAMA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games13-0+28-59-447.929.8527.6(7.9)
Road Games6-0+24-24-250.031.7533.0(7.7)
Last 3 Games3-0+11-23-045.713.7488.0(8.6)1.322.015.0337.3(4.7)0.7
Grass Games10-0+17-36-447.230.5529.8(7.8)
ALABAMA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)47.929.824.829:4738-202(5.3)20-2967.9%325(11.3)67-528(7.9)(11)
Opponents Defensive Avg.28.813.32029:1037-166(4.5)18-3060.4%230(7.8)66-396(6)(13.7)
Offense Road Games50.031.725.730:4839-222(5.7)19-3062.8%311(10.4)69-533(7.7)(10.7)
Defense (All Games)14.87.915.930:0435-117(3.4)16-3051.8%178(5.9)65-295(4.5)(19.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.29.315.920.831:3840-190(4.7)17-2859.6%216(7.7)68-406(5.9)(13.9)
Defense Road Games16.89.316.729:1231-83(2.7)18-3354.7%222(6.6)65-305(4.7)(18.1)
Average power rating of opponents played: OKLAHOMA 39.6,  ALABAMA 36.1
OKLAHOMA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/3/2018@ TEXAS TECH51-46W-14L77.5O44-32320-35-360227-10730-44-3660
11/10/2018OKLAHOMA ST48-47W-21.5L79O47-35321-30-349033-13934-53-5011
11/23/2018@ W VIRGINIA59-56W-3T87O38-30420-27-364241-16532-49-5392

ALABAMA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/3/2018@ LSU29-0W-13.5W51.5U37-28125-42-295125-1218-35-1841
11/10/2018MISSISSIPPI ST24-0W-22W51U45-14217-27-163230-4411-20-1251
11/17/2018THE CITADEL50-17W-53.5L62.5O23-19021-26-371260-2750-2-01
OKLAHOMA: Make no mistake: Baker Mayfield was in no way a system player at Oklahoma, and Kyler Murray will not replicate his production nor leadership. That said, Murray brings plenty to the table as a former five-star recruit with athleticism to burn, and this Sooner offense should keep rolling along in Lincoln Riley's second season as head coach. Running back Rodney Anderson is a dark horse to make a Heisman run of his own with three returning all-conference linemen in front of him, and wideout Marquise Brown has Dede Westbrook-level speed over the top. But while defense (or lack thereof) is often taken for granted in the Big 12, this unit's performance will determine Oklahoma's ceiling in the national landscape. Having won three straight conference titles, the Sooners are the favorite in the Big 12 for a reason.
ALABAMA: How the West Was Won, starring Nick Saban. Bama is the choice to win the West, even if it returns just 11 total starters. Nick Saban's crew simply reloads, with yet another cache of future NFL first-round picks on both sides of the ball. At QB, the Tide will start either Jalen Hurts or Tua Tagovailoa; both have shown game-altering ability under pressure. Wideouts Jerry Jeudy and DeVonta Smith'who caught Tagovailoa's overtime strike to win the National Championship'will replace Calvin Ridley, while running back Damien Harris remains the workhorse back. There are more questions on defense, which lost Minkah Fitzpatrick, Daron Payne and Rashaan Evans to the NFL. But this is a golden era of Alabama football, and while the Crimson Tide may occasionally stumble, there's no reason to pick against them as West champions yet again.
No. 1 Alabama, No. 4 Oklahoma look to move on to final

Alabama did exactly what it was expected to do this season -- dominate and make it to yet another College Football Playoff.

Oklahoma wasn't necessarily expected to make it back to the CFP after losing its Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback from last year.

The two programs meet in the Orange Bowl on Saturday with the Crimson Tide trying to advance to the championship for the fourth consecutive season while the Sooners are trying to make their first CFP final.

The reason both teams are here starts with their quarterbacks.

Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa took over for Jalen Hurts in last year's championship game and helped the Crimson Tide pull off a championship comeback.

He helped Alabama steamroll through the regular season, winning every game by at least 22 points before struggling in the SEC Championship Game and leaving that game with an injured ankle that eventually required surgery.

Hurts replaced him and led the Crimson Tide to victory to secure the top spot in the playoff field.

Tagovailoa's status for the Orange Bowl has been the No. 1 storyline for Alabama leading into the game. He insists he'll be ready to go 100 percent by Saturday.

"I think I was only limited the first couple of practices; maybe the first two or three practices we had," Tagovailoa said. "Other than that I was full-go with everything."

When Tagovailoa was healthy, he added a dimension to the offense that the Crimson Tide had lacked in recent years -- a dynamic playmaker at quarterback who could make just about any throw on the field while also being capable of making plays with his feet.

"He's going to make something happen when nothing can happen," Oklahoma linebacker Curtis Bolton said. "So we've just got to stay locked in and dialed in for every second of the play until the whistle blows.

"Tua brings depth to them, brings something to that offense that they haven't had in years past."

There's no question about the status of Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray, who beat out Tagovailoa for the Heisman Trophy.

Murray helped the Sooners to five wins of 10 or fewer points, including three in a four-week stretch to close the regular season where Oklahoma allowed 46 or more points.

Alabama coach Nick Saban said Murray is tough to prepare for, especially with his speed, which helped him rush for close to 900 yards this season.

"It's challenging because it's hard to get somebody to duplicate what the quarterback is capable of doing in their offense. He does a fabulous job," Saban said. "It's a challenge to have somebody that can do that in practice and I think the speed of the game will be a little bit different when we get to the game, but we're doing the best we can."

The Crimson Tide will be without three players suspended for a violation of team rules, including starting offensive lineman Deonte Brown.

Oklahoma could be without Murray's top receiving option, Marquise Brown, who suffered an ankle injury in the Big 12 title game.

Last Updated: 5/26/2019 9:20:51 AM EST

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