Texas Longhorns vs Oklahoma Sooners 10/8/22 Prediction and FanDuel Sportsbook Promo
October 7, 2022
The Texas Longhorns are set to face one of their biggest rivals, the Oklahoma Sooners, at the Cotton Bowl this Saturday. Both teams are coming to this game with a 3-2 record.
The Longhorns are seven-point favorites for this upcoming game against the Sooners. New bettors can utilize FanDuel's $1,000 No Sweat First Bet promo when betting on Texas vs Oklahoma, which gives them up to $1,000 in free bets if they lose their first wager.
Why bet on the Texas Longhorns?
✅ For the last five games, the Longhorns have scored 36.8 points per game and recorded an average of 417.4 yards per game.
✅ Starting quarterback Quinn Ewers is set to return for Texas in this contest, which will help the Longhorns in a big way.
✅ The Longhorns have been better than Oklahoma defensively, with only 21.4 points and 366.8 yards allowed per game, in contrast to the Sooners' 25.2 points and 423 yards per game.
|Texas Longhorns vs Oklahoma Sooners
|Saturday, October 8, at 12:00 p.m. ET
|Cotton Bowl, Dallas, TX
|Texas Longhorns | Spread @ -7 (-110)
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Texas Longhorns vs Oklahoma Sooners
With a 38-20 win over the West Virginia Mountaineers last Saturday, the Texas Longhorns are trying to maintain their momentum when they face the Oklahoma Sooners. In five games, Texas has averaged 263 yards through the air and 154.4 yards on the ground.
In one of the biggest rivalries in college football, the Longhorns hold a winning record against the Sooners, leading their all-time series by a margin of 62-50-5. Texas star RB Bijan Robinson averaged six yards per carry and WR Xavier Worthy scored two touchdowns against the Mountaineers, and will look for similar performances in the Red River Showdown.
WR Isaiah Neyor and OL Junior Angilau will be absent against the Sooners due to knee injuries. However, quarterback Quinn Ewers is expected to return after healing from his collarbone surgery.
The Oklahoma Sooners' winning streak earlier this season was halted following two consecutive losses against the Kansas State Wildcats and the TCU Horned Frogs.
Oklahoma's defense was not up to par during the game against TCU, as it allowed 668 yards and 55 points. The Sooners are tied for last place in the Big 12 standings with an 0-2 record in conference play. Oklahoma's two quarterbacks, Dillon Gabriel and Davis Beville, failed to score a touchdown against the Horned Frogs.
The Sooners will likely be without their starting QB Dillon Gabriel in the upcoming match against the Longhorns due to a concussion. RB Marcus Major will also be absent following an ankle injury.