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Hot College Football Tips, Trends, Line Movement Monitoring - Houston vs. Oklahoma - September 1

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Sep/01/2019

The spread on the Houston vs. Oklahoma game has moved from -26 to -23

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ABOUT HOUSTON (2018: 8-5): Despite his abbreviated campaign last year, King threw for 2,982 yards and ran for 674 more while also setting an American Athletic Conference single-season record with 50 touchdowns responsible for (36 pass, 14 rush), including at least one rushing score in each of his 11 games. Junior receiver Marquez Stevenson, who tallied 75 catches for 1,019 yards and nine TDs last season, ranked sixth nationally with six plays of 50-plus yards and 11th in FBS with 12 30-yard plays. Although the defense lost No. 9 overall draft pick Ed Oliver, Isaiah Chambers returns from a season-ending knee injury after the junior defensive lineman ranked 14th in the AAC with 4.5 sacks despite playing only five games.

ABOUT OKLAHOMA (2018: 12-2): Hurts ranks second in Alabama history with 71 TDs responsible for, but he barely won a quarterback competition with two freshmen (Tanner Mordecai and Spencer Rattler) in what Riley called "the closest (quarterback race) since I've been around." Kennedy Brooks (1,056 yards rushing, 12 TDs), who was cleared of wrongdoing in a Title IX investigation this summer, ranked third in FBS with 8.9 yards per carry (minimum nine carries per game) and was one of eight freshmen nationally to run for over 1,000 yards. In addition to fixing the Big 12's worst scoring and total defense, Oklahoma must replace the FBS' all-time leading scorer among kickers in Austin Seibert, who handled kicking and punting duties for the Sooners in each of the previous four seasons.

 

 

 

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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