Oklahoma Sooners Bookie Spotlight: Pass Defense Exposed

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The Oklahoma Sooners play in Week 4 captured the attention of bookies, specifically with their exposed pass defense.

From ESPN.com:

This was the first time the Sooners' defense was really exposed, and it surprisingly came against a winless Baylor team. Overall, OU allowed Baylor 523 yards of total offense, and the Bears converted on both of their fourth-down attempts. Baylor quarterback Zach Smith had 463 passing yards, including touchdowns of 71 and 72 yards.

In Week 4, the Sooners were handed their first loss Against The Spread.  They had come into this game as a huge -27.5 favorite.

Bookies mustn’t let their guard down.

Oklahoma has until Nov. 4, when it faces Mason Rudolph and Oklahoma State, to fix the kinks in the passing defense, ESPN points out.

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