Nebraska vs. Oklahoma State Spread at Cornhuskers -5.5

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Don Shapiro
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Nebraska vs. Oklahoma State

The Nebraska vs. Oklahoma State spread was listed at Cornhuskers -5.5 as the road favorite.  Nebraska was getting around 65 percent of the betting action on the spread.  The money line action was nearly 100 percent going towards Oklahoma State to win outright and pay $18 for every $10 bet.  This game promises to be one of the most wagered on during Week 8 of College Football.

Nebraska will hope to rebound after suffering their first loss on the 2010 College Football season.   They were held to 202 yards after previously averaging 494.4 in a loss against Texas.

Nebraska has won six straight on the road, and the Cowboys have won six in a row in Stillwater. Oklahoma State. 

The Cowboys are averaging 49.5 points and 535.3 yards to trail only top-ranked Oregon in both categories.


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Let’s look at some important trends before betting on Nebraska vs. Oklahoma State here:

Oklahoma State is 6-0 ATS in home games where the total is between 56.5 and 63 over the last 3 seasons. 

They are 8-1 ATS in October games the past three seasons.

They are 11-3 ATS after two or more consecutive Straight Up wins over the last three season. 

Oklahoma Stateis 10-1 ATS (+8.9 Units) in weeks 5 through 9 over the last 3 seasons.

Oklahoma State has beaten Nebraska by more than the current spread over the last two times they played one another.  Oklahoma State has covered 5 of the last 6 games in this series.  (edge:  Oklahoma State)

The Cowboys are 0-6 ATS in their last 6 games as a home underdog. – Don Shapiro reporting for

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