Two of the most winning programs in college football history will pit the No. 6 Oklahoma Sooners against the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska. The Cornhuskers (1-2) ranked eighth with 909. The programs were former rivals of the Big Eight (later the Big 12), who played each other for 70 consecutive seasons before Nebraska moved to the Big Ten. 2010 season. The Cornhuskers are led by Mickey Joseph, who took over as interim head coach after Scott Frost was fired on Sunday.
Kickoff is noon EST. The Sooners are the 11-point favorite in Caesars Sportsbook’s latest Oklahoma vs. Nebraska odds, and over/under total scoring he’s 65.5. Before deciding on your Nebraska vs. Oklahoma pick, you should check out the college football predictions and betting advice from SportsLine’s advanced computer simulation models.
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The model now has its sights set on Oklahoma vs. Nebraska, locking picks and CFB predictions. Visit SportsLine today to see our model recommendations. Well, here are the Nebraska vs. Oklahoma college football odds and betting lines.
- Oklahoma-Nebraska spread: Sooners -11
- Oklahoma vs. Nebraska Over/Under: 65.5 points
- Oklahoma-Nebraska Moneyline: Sooners -420, Cornhuskers +320
- OU: Marvin Mims Jr. leads the Big 12 in utility yards per game (150.5).
- NEB: Anthony Grant ranks third in the nation in rushing yards per game (142.7).
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Why Oklahoma Has You Covered
Oklahoma has done a great job of putting pressure on their quarterbacks this season. The Sooners lead the Big 12 and rank third in the nation in sacks per game (4.5). Junior Defensive His end Reggie Grimes has been a regular presence in the opposing backfield, leading the Big 12 in sacks per game (2.0) and his tackles per game (4.5). Leading.
Additionally, Oklahoma has a multi-purpose threat with Mims Jr. The receiving and punt return dynamo ranks 6th nationally in average punt return yards (19.3), 9th in yards received per game (122.0) and 13th in yards per receive (24.4). increase.
Why Nebraska Has You Covered
Grant is bright red to start the season. A junior college transfer from the New Mexico Military Institute, where he began his career in Florida, Grant ranks third in the nation in his rushing yards per game (142.7 yards). He is the first Nebraska player since Bobby his Reynolds in 1950 to come back within 100 yards of him in each of his first three games.
Additionally, the Cornhuskers face an Oklahoma offense that doesn’t field often. Sooners ranks second to last in the nation for possession time (22 minutes and 34 seconds per game). This bodes well for the Nebraska team, which had a possession edge (31:56) time against Georgia Southern.
How to make a Nebraska vs. Oklahoma pick
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