Stanford vs. OSU Line at Cowboys -3.5 : Fiesta Bowl Betting 2011

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Stanford vs. OSU Line at Cowboys -3.5 :  Fiesta Bowl Betting 2011

The Stanford vs. OSU line for the Fiesta Bowl 2011 had the Cowboys at -3.5.  Early betting action had Oklahoma State getting just over 70 percent of the backing on the spread.

Blake Frazier of BetOnline.com offered up this early assessment of the Stanford vs. Oklahoma State Fiesta Bowl matchup:  “This game pits Stanford, a team with a great quarterback and a rugged style of play, against an Oklahoma State squad that possesses more quickness on the edges and big-play receivers such as NFL prospect Justin Blackmon. Stanford could play a more tactically precise game on Jan. 2 and still lose because Oklahoma State has the better athletes at most positions. The enduring truth about football is that while quarterbacks can cover up a multitude of deficiencies, they can’t win big-boy games such as the 2012 Fiesta Bowl if they don’t have enough help from their teammates. Stanford has the best NFL draft pick on the field, but Oklahoma State has the best team.”

One of the most staggering stats to look at before betting on this game is that OSU is 13-0 Against The Spread as a 3.5 to 10 point favorite over the past three seasons. 

Bet the Fiesta Bowl 2011 at BetOnline.com and receive up to $900 in FREE CASH depending on your initial deposit.  Bet from your mobile phones.  This game will be available to wager on live, every play of the game. 


- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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