By Marc Lawrence – The Dallas Cowboys are poised for a spectacular season and have all of the offensive pieces in place to run into the Big 12 championship game,” says college football guru Joe Lisi from GoForThe2.com. Oklahoma State was 5-4 in Big 12 play last year. Leading rusher Chuba Hubbard (2,094 yards, 6.3 YPR, 21 TD’s) could be a Heisman Trophy dark horse and the wide receivers, led by Tylan Wallace (903 yds, 9 TD’s), could be one of the most dynamic in the conference. The Cowboys won those five games by a total score of 145-93 or 10.4 ppg. Oklahoma State lost those four games by a total score of 160-108 or 13.0 ppg. For more one the Cowboys and Lisi’s entire Big 12 preview click here.
The Westgate SuperBook has so far installed the following Power Five College Football teams as favorites to win their 2020 conference titles: ACC – Clemson, 1/6 … Big Ten – Ohio State, 2/5 … Big 12 – Oklahoma, 6/5 … PAC-12 – Oregon, USC 9/4 … SEC – Alabama, 4/5.
Grinding Out The Profits
River Craft From the 2020 PLAYBOOK Football Preview Guide magazine: New Indianapolis Colts QB Philip Rivers went 0-6 SUATS in division games last season. Fortunately, he is 24-8 SU and 25-5-2 ATS in his career against AFC South opponents, including 14-2 ATS at home. I’d say last year’s division results will prove to be more of an aberration than a normality.