Texas Tech vs. Texas Prop Bets

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Nov/24/2023

The Texas Tech vs. Texas game features a line of Longhorns -14 across the board.  This number at one point dipped to -13 and as low as -12.5 at BetUS (though rare).  We're back up to the -14 and -14.5 as of Friday afternoon.

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BetUS host Gary Segars, and expert handicappers Kyle Hunter and Parker Fleming preview the College Football Week 13 game between Texas Tech and Texas. They'll go over the best value College Football odds available and betting trends and share their College Football expert predictions, CFB picks, and best bets.

Motivation a Factor Here?

These are the final two weeks ahead of bowl season.  Some teams wish to rest their players ahead of conference championship and bowl games.  Still others just don't give a damn.

Then you have Texas Tech, coming off three straight victories, playing the role of spoiler.  The Red Raiders have already clinched a bowl game appearance.  Just don't expect them to sit back and let Texas roll all over them.

"Starting off 1-3, nobody in America would have thought we would be bowl eligible," Tech safety C.J. Baskerville said. "For us to play the way that we have... and still be bowl eligible and now have a winning record in the Big 12 no matter how we finish, it's a big deal."

The Longhorns (10-1, 7-1) control their destiny for a spot in the Big 12 championship game and they are potential candidates for a Playoff berth as well.

The Longhorns' 10 wins in 11 games are their best start since 2009.

Texas Tech vs. Texas Player and Team Prop Bets

Behren Morton threw for two touchdowns as the Red Raiders (6-5, 5-3 Big 12) won against UCF last week.  His passing yard total against Texas comes in at 221.5. 

Texas Tech RB Tahj Brooks ran for a career-best 182 yards last week against UCF and is second in the Big 12 with 122.5 yards per game.  He was favored to rush for at least 90 hards at -228 versus the Longhorns on Friday night while scoring two plus touchdowns pays out $40 for every $10 bet

Texas Longhorns QB Quinn Ewers passed for 281 yards and two touchdowns and No. 7 Texas pulled away from Iowa State for a 26-16 victory.  He's listed at 277.5 Over/Under passing yards for Friday's game against the Red Raiders.

Head to Heads

Most Receiving Yards: Adonai Mitchell (TEX) vs Myles Price (TT)

-201

+129

Most Receiving Yards: Adonai Mitchell (TEX) vs Xavier White (TT)

-223

+143

Most Receiving Yards: Adonai Mitchell (TEX) vs Jerand Bradley (TT)

-244

+156

Most Passing TDs: Behren Morton (TT) vs Quinn Ewers (TEX)

+156

-233

Most Passing Yards: Behren Morton (TT) vs Quinn Ewers (TEX)

+183

-295

Most Rushing Yards: Cedric Baxter Jr. (TEX) vs Tahj Brooks (TT)

-130

-115

Most Receiving Yards: Ja'Tavion Sanders (TEX) vs Xavier White (TT)

-115

-130

Most Receiving Yards: Ja'Tavion Sanders (TEX) vs Jerand Bradley (TT)

-130

-115

Most Receiving Yards: Ja'Tavion Sanders (TEX) vs Myles Price (TT)

-102

-150

Most Receiving Yards: Jerand Bradley (TT) vs Xavier Worthy (TEX)

+295

-556

Most Receiving Yards: Myles Price (TT) vs Xavier Worthy (TEX)

+265

-477

Most Receiving Yards: Xavier White (TT) vs Xavier Worthy (TEX)

+280

-527

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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