West Virginia Mountaineers versus Oklahoma Sooners College Football Betting Preview

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It will be a Big 12 conference showdown in the Big 12 conference in week two on Saturday September 7th as the West Virginia Mountaineers hit the road to face the Oklahoma Sooners in NCAA college football action. The Mountaineers and Sooners get things started from Oklahoma at 7PM Eastern Time and FOX TV will provide the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Oklahoma Sooners favored by -22 points with an over under line set at 55 ½ points.

Last year’s game was a shootout as the Sooners post the 50-49 road victory at West Virginia as a -10 ½ point betting favorite with the total flying over the number of 73 points. In the 2013 matchup there will be new quarterbacks under center as Landry Jones for Oklahoma and Geno Smith for the Mountaineers have both moved onto the NFL. West Virginia avoided major embarrassment last week as they were narrowly defeated non-FBS school William & Mary by the score of 24-17 and failing to cover as a -32 point favorite with the total staying under 60 ½ points. The Mountaineers had trouble sustaining drives as the club goes just 2 of 10 on third down. West Virginia moved the football for 409 yards but could only muster less than four yards per rush against the Tribe’s defense. First year starting QB Paul Millard threw for 237 yards and a touchdown by completing 19 of 25 passes. Oklahoma opened up their 2013 campaign with a 34-0 home victory against the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks as a -21 ½ point favorite. The Sooners were breaking in a freshman QB and just ran the ball 50 times for 305 yards and over 6 yards per carry. Freshman quarterback Trevor Knight hit on just 11 of 28 passes for 86 yards with three touchdowns and one pick. It was a nice performance by the Sooners defense as they held a pretty good UL Monroe team to just 166 yards total for the court of the game.

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