Oklahoma Favored To Beat Texas In Week 6 Rivalry Game 10/9/21

  • Oklahoma has -160 odds to beat Texas.
  • Oklahoma is a 3.5-point favorite in the game.
  • The total points in the game is set at 63.5 points.

DALLAS – The rivalry between the Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns continues in Week 6 and it is shaping out to be a back-and-forth game. The game is scheduled to take place in Dallas, Texas at the Cotton Bowl as it has since 1929.

Getting into the odds, sports betting sites have Oklahoma going into the game as the slight favorite as they have won the last three meetings against Texas.

Oklahoma Sooners Vs. Texas Longhorns

  • OU Moneyline: -160
  • Texas Moneyline: +135
  • OU Spread: -3.5 (-110)
  • Texas Spread: +3.5 (-110)
  • Over 63.5 Points (-110)
  • Under 63.5 Points (-110)

Oklahoma Vs. Texas Moneyline

A three-game winning streak in a rivalry of this magnitude is very impressive and speaks volumes going into the game. Backing up Oklahoma’s college football odds as well is the fact that they are undefeated this season while Texas is 4-1.

It is also worth pointing out that in the last five Oklahoma wins over Texas, they have been the higher-ranked team in four of those wins and are the higher-ranked team in this matchup as well.

Oklahoma Vs. Texas Spread

While Oklahoma is the favorite on the spread, Texas is expected to keep this game extremely close. The Longhorns have been hot against the spread going 5-1 ATS in their last six neutral site games and are 8-2 in their last ten games when going in as the underdog.

On the other hand, Oklahoma has looked awful against the spread. They have gone 1-4 in their last five games overall and are 1-5 in their last five games as the favorite.

In the last nine meetings, Oklahoma has gone 2-7 against the spread. Also, the underdog in the last nine meetings has gone 7-2.

Oklahoma Vs. Texas Total Points

While many think that this is going to be a shootout game, both defenses have held their ground this season. The Sooners are currently the number 30 defense in the country allowing just under 22 points per game.

Texas’s defense has not looked terrible either allowing 29 ppg. Both teams have held their opponents to three or less touchdowns in three of their five games this season.

Both teams have also been trending towards the under. Oklahoma has seen the Under in four of their last five conference games. Texas has also stayed under in four of their last five games when playing as an underdog in a neutral site.