No. 6 Oklahoma Sooners go on the road to play the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Saturday,
and if you’re looking to do some last-minute betting research, you’re in luck! We’ll give you the latest point spread,
money line odds and over/under number, as well as the information you’ll need to make the smartest bet at BetMGM.
The game starts at 11 a.m. Central and can be seen on Fox.
Through the first two weeks of the Brent Venables era, the Sooners are 1-1 against the spread, with a narrow miss in last week’s matchup against Kent State.
They’ve been more than 30-point favorites each of the first two weeks and had a chance to cover late, but a failed fourth-down attempt thwarted Oklahoma’s efforts.
The Sooners head to Lincoln to take on the Cornhuskers as double-digit favorites.
The lines, courtesy of BetMGM 1) Point spread: Oklahoma -11 2) Money line: Oklahoma -410 / Nebraska +310 3) Over-under: 65.5
No. 6 Oklahoma at Nebraska injury report: Nebraska Travis Vokolek, TE: Questionable (Ankle) Thomas Fidone, TE: Questionable (Knee) Nouredin Noueli, OL: Out For Season (Suspension)
No. 6 Oklahoma at Nebraska injury report: Oklahoma Key Lawrence, S: Questionable (Undisclosed) Wanya Morris, OL: Questionable (Personal) T.D. Roof, LB: Out For Season (Elbow)
Advice and prediction While last year’s game was close, this year’s Nebraska Cornhuskers are in a much different position. A season ago, it was their defense keeping them in ball games.
This year it’s the offense, at least through the first three weeks.
The problem is Nebraska hasn’t faced a team as good as the Sooners yet in 2022.
Oklahoma’s offense is going to be a nightmare for the Cornhuskers’ defense, which is allowing 492 yards per game and 31 points per game.
Rebounding from a slow start offensively a week ago, the Sooners jump to an early lead. After a tightly contested first half, Oklahoma begins to pull away in the second for the big win.
Take Oklahoma minus the points and the under.
Prediction: Oklahoma, 42-20 Record against the spread in 2022: 3-1.
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