A pair of the nation’s top running games clash when the Oklahoma Sooners (3-3) bring college football’s 22nd-ranked running game into a contest against the No. 19 Kansas Jayhawks (5-1), who have the No. 18 run game, on Saturday, October 15, 2022. The Sooners are 7-point favorites. The over/under in this contest is 64.5 points.
Oklahoma vs. Kansas Predictions
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Oklahoma vs. Kansas: Last 3 Games
- Oklahoma has not covered the spread and is 0-3 overall over its past three contests.
- Oklahoma has gone over the total twice in its past three games.
- The Sooners have averaged a total of 62.3 combined points over their last three games, 2.2 less than this matchup’s total of 64.5.
- Over its last three contests, Kansas has two wins against the spread, and is 0-3 overall.
- Kansas’ past three games have not hit the over.
- The Jayhawks total over the last three games is 0.5 points greater than the 64.5 total given for this matchup.
Oklahoma vs. Kansas Betting Trends
- Oklahoma has covered the spread two times over six games with a set spread.
- The Sooners have an ATS record of 2-2 when playing as at least 7-point favorites.
- Oklahoma’s games have gone over the total twice this season.
- Oklahoma has won 60% of the games this season when it was the moneyline favorite (3-2).
- When it has played as a moneyline favorite with odds of -263 or shorter, Oklahoma has a record of 0-1 (75%).
- Kansas has covered the spread five times over six games with a set total.
- Kansas has an ATS record of 2-0-1 when playing as at least 7-point underdogs.
- Games involving Kansas have hit the over on three occasions this season.
- Kansas has won three of the four games it has played as an underdog this season.
- Kansas has a record of 1-1 in games where bookmakers have them as underdogs of at least +210 on the moneyline.
Oklahoma vs. Kansas: Over/Under Trends
- Oklahoma and its opponents have combined to score more than 64.5 points in a game twice this season.
- In Kansas’ six games this season, have finished with more combined scoring than Saturday’s total of 64.5.
- Together, the two teams combine for 70.6 points per game, 6.1 points more than the point total of 64.5 for this game.
- The 55.5 points per game these two teams allow to opponents on average this season are 9.0 fewer than the 64.5 total in this contest.
- On average, the over/under in Sooners games is 0.7 points fewer than the over/under of 64.5 points in this contest.
- A difference of 2.1 points separates this game’s over/under (64.5 points) and the average total points bet in Jayhawks’ games (62.4 points) this season.
Oklahoma Players to Watch
- Dillon Gabriel leads Oklahoma with 1,215 passing yards (202.5 ypg) on 85-of-133 passing with 11 touchdowns compared to zero interceptions this season. He also adds 126 rushing yards (21.0 ypg) on 25 carries while scoring two touchdowns on the ground.
- Eric Gray’s team-high 519 rushing yards (86.5 per game) have come on 77 carries, with three touchdowns this year. He’s also tacked on 12 catches for 92 yards (15.3 per game).
- This season Jovantae Barnes has collected 247 yards (41.2 per game) on 51 attempts with two touchdowns.
- Marvin Mims’ 436 receiving yards (72.7 yards per game) lead the team. He has 23 receptions with three touchdowns.
- Brayden Willis has racked up 210 receiving yards (35.0 yards per game) and four touchdowns, hauling in 15 passes this year.
- Theo Wease’s 11 grabs have netted him 195 yards (32.5 ypg) and two touchdowns.
Kansas Players to Watch
- Jalon Daniels has been a dual threat to lead Kansas in both passing and rushing. He has 1,072 passing yards (178.7 ypg), completing 66.7% of his passes and recording 11 touchdown passes and one interception this season. He’s rushed for 335 yards (55.8 ypg) on 53 carries with five rushing touchdowns.
- The team’s top rusher, Devin Neal, has carried the ball 64 times for 421 yards (70.2 per game), with four touchdowns this year.
- Luke Grimm’s team-high 281 receiving yards (46.8 yards per game) have come on 25 receptions with three touchdowns.
- Lawrence Arnold has put up a 235-yard season so far (39.2 receiving yards per game) with one touchdown, hauling in 17 passes.
- Quentin Skinner’s 12 receptions are good enough for 232 yards (38.7 ypg) and three touchdowns.
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