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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 10/21/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore
OKLAHOMA ST
 
TEXAS
-7  

+7  
-300

+220

64.5
 
13
Final
10

OKLAHOMA ST (5 - 1) at TEXAS (3 - 3)
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Week 8 Saturday, 10/21/2017 12:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
391OKLAHOMA ST-6-7
392TEXAS63.564.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
OKLAHOMA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games5-1-0.74-24-248.828.8610.7(8.3)1.824.313.0372.5(4.9)1.8
Road Games3-0+22-11-248.030.0592.7(7.7)1.020.710.3316.7(4.9)1.7
Last 3 Games2-1-2.71-22-143.722.0614.3(8.2)2.331.315.7412.3(5.2)1.7
Turf Games4-1-1.73-23-246.824.8597.6(8.1)1.825.012.8368.8(4.8)1.8
Conference Games2-1-2.71-22-143.722.0614.3(8.2)2.331.315.7412.3(5.2)1.7
OKLAHOMA ST - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)48.828.828.026:1837-199(5.4)24-3665.4%411(11.4)73-611(8.3)(12.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.31.11522.430:1138-178(4.6)20-3361.2%271(8.3)71-449(6.3)(14.4)
Offense Road Games48.030.029.329:4439-163(4.2)26-3968.1%430(11.1)77-593(7.7)(12.3)
Defense (All Games)24.313.022.333:4241-150(3.7)20-3556.1%223(6.3)76-372(4.9)(15.3)
Opponents Offensive Avg.32.216.821.130:4939-169(4.4)20-3261.4%251(7.8)71-420(5.9)(13.1)
Defense Road Games20.710.318.030:1629-66(2.3)21-3560.0%251(7.2)64-317(4.9)(15.3)

TEXAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games3-3-165-12-433.714.5458.0(5.5)1.524.713.5381.5(5.9)1.7
Home Games2-1-152-12-145.718.7547.3(6.2)1.028.315.7349.0(6.1)1.3
Last 3 Games2-1+13-01-227.015.0428.7(5.1)1.023.312.3389.3(6.1)1.7
Turf Games2-1-152-12-145.718.7547.3(6.2)1.028.315.7349.0(6.1)1.3
Conference Games2-1+13-01-227.015.0428.7(5.1)1.023.312.3389.3(6.1)1.7
TEXAS - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)33.714.524.832:5043-170(4)23-4058.3%288(7.1)83-458(5.5)(13.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.27.914.921.232:4740-161(4.1)20-3459.7%237(7)74-399(5.4)(14.3)
Offense Home Games45.718.730.033:4143-223(5.2)27-4460.2%324(7.3)88-547(6.2)(12)
Defense (All Games)24.713.517.527:1033-117(3.6)18-3256.9%265(8.1)65-381(5.9)(15.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.3216.520.528:1236-161(4.4)19-3160.8%255(8.3)67-416(6.2)(13)
Defense Home Games28.315.714.026:1935-148(4.2)14-2261.2%201(9)57-349(6.1)(12.3)
Average power rating of opponents played: OKLAHOMA ST 38.5,  TEXAS 38.8
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
OKLAHOMA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
8/31/2017TULSA59-24W-19.5W70.5O37-33221-26-308260-24420-38-1882
9/8/2017@ S ALABAMA44-7W-27.5W68U37-16326-41-342027-4114-24-1342
9/16/2017@ PITTSBURGH59-21W-10.5W66.5O35-10426-37-572234-10320-35-2882
9/23/2017TCU31-44L-9.5L66O31-10122-42-398452-23822-33-2281
9/30/2017@ TEXAS TECH41-34W-11L85.5U44-22127-38-376126-5429-46-3301
10/14/2017BAYLOR59-16W-27W66O38-27620-33-471246-21914-36-1683
10/21/2017@ TEXAS            
10/28/2017@ W VIRGINIA            
11/4/2017OKLAHOMA            
11/11/2017@ IOWA ST            
11/18/2017KANSAS ST            

TEXAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/2/2017MARYLAND41-51L-19L59.5O31-9834-53-375243-26312-15-2191
9/9/2017SAN JOSE ST56-0W-24.5W63.5U59-40616-29-217023-4215-29-1292
9/16/2017@ USC24-27L16.5W67U35-6821-40-298437-7128-51-3972
9/28/2017@ IOWA ST17-7W-5W62U52-14119-26-171215-1024-49-2463
10/7/2017KANSAS ST40-34W-5W47.5O40-16630-51-380139-14014-23-2541
10/14/2017*OKLAHOMA24-29L8.5W61U39-13921-43-289039-17418-28-3441
10/21/2017OKLAHOMA ST            
10/28/2017@ BAYLOR            
11/4/2017@ TCU            
11/11/2017KANSAS            
11/18/2017@ W VIRGINIA            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
OKLAHOMA ST: Oklahoma State's issues the past few years have been on the defensive side of the ball and it'll likely be that way again this season. The Cowboys need their secondary to be a lot better in order to get over the hump in the Big 12. QB Mason Rudolph and WR James Washington are capable of helping the team put up a ton of points, but this team won't get to the next level until it can slow down offenses like Oklahoma's.
TEXAS: The Charlie Strong era is over in Austin, and in comes Tom Herman to help revive this program. Herman was incredibly successful with Houston, and he brings one of the more unique offenses in the nation to Texas. Expect him to get the most out of sophomore QB Shane Buechele and this passing game this season. Also look for the running game to benefit off of that. As for the defense, the Longhorns should be alright.
PREVIEW
No. 10 Oklahoma State takes on hard-playing Texas
 

AUSTIN, Texas -- Oklahoma State will bring the nation's top-ranked offense into its Big 12 Conference showdown against Texas on Saturday, but the No. 10 Cowboys' juggernaut won't be a surprise for the Longhorns.

After all, Texas just played, and lost 29-24, to an Oklahoma team that was ranked No. 1 in offense last week, so the Longhorns understand what they are up against.

There is a lot more than pride on the line for both teams.

Oklahoma State (5-1, 2-1 Big 12) began the season as one of the nation's most ballyhooed teams but lost a bit of luster with a home defeat to surging TCU, which is now the No. 4 team in the nation.

The Cowboys have since defeated Texas Tech and Baylor and are back in the hunt for a spot atop the league standings, part of a pack of five teams (that includes Texas) with just one league loss looking up at the undefeated Horned Frogs.

"We need a great week of preparation for Texas," Cowboys coach Mike Gundy said. "They are, in my opinion at least, the most athletic team from top to bottom in this league."

Oklahoma State's 59-16 win over Baylor last week featured sterling performances from quarterback Mason Rudolph (459 passing yards, four total touchdowns, no interceptions), wide receivers James Washington (235 yards receiving) and Marcell Ateman (119 yards receiving), and running back Justice Hill, who had a 117-yard outing on the ground.

Washington and Ateman are the only FBS duo since at least 1996 to post four consecutive games in which two players surpassed 100 yards receiving.

Oklahoma State leads the country with an average of 610.7 yards per game. The Cowboys are second in scoring 48.8 points per game.

"We've got to take care of the football," Gundy said.

"When we've been really good around here, we don't turn the ball over much and that's going to be something we're going to continue to stress. When two teams are even, it really comes down to special teams play, penalties and turnovers, for the most part. We can't give Texas any easy scores or short fields."

Texas is a couple of defensive breakdowns away from being 5-1 rather than 3-3.

The Longhorns couldn't hold a late lead at USC, losing in double overtime. Against Oklahoma, Texas fought back from a 20-0 deficit early in the second quarter to take a 24-23 lead with 8:01 to play. Alas, the Sooners and Heisman Trophy candidate quarterback Baker Mayfield engineered a final touchdown drive that clinched the win.

"We understand that losing to Oklahoma is never fun -- it's never easy," coach Tom Herman said. "It stings worse than most losses do. But we also understand that we're one of a bunch of one-loss teams in this conference and for us to maintain that level and status within our conference, we've got to win this week. We've got to go 1-0 this week."

With the Longhorns at the halfway point of their season, Herman said his team has proven itself with its continued effort and physicality but still has plenty to address.

"I told our assistant coaches when we started training camp that if we can get the players to play hard and play physical, we'll have a chance to be in every game," Herman said. "We've got the playing hard and playing physical parts figured out."

For the first time this season, Herman was not asked during his Monday media availability who his starting quarterback would be -- freshman Sam Ehlinger has grabbed the position and won't let go, even though he's listed as the "or" starter on Texas' depth chart along with sophomore Shane Buechele.

Instead, Herman was queried about the punishment that Ehlinger is taking week to week. Ehlinger is the Longhorns' second-leading rusher with 271 yards despite not playing in two games.

"I worry about it -- we don't want our quarterback carrying 20, 22 times," Herman said. "Now if you've got to have it to win the game, you know, we're going to do whatever it takes to win the game."

The Longhorns hold a 24-7 series lead over Oklahoma State and a 15-5 advantage in Austin, but the Cowboys have put their mark on the series by winning five of the past seven meetings.

Even more noteworthy, Oklahoma State has won the past four games in Austin, marking the longest winning streak against Texas at home by one team.


Last Updated: 11/18/2017 9:26:59 PM EST


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