Which team wins and takes the Big 12 crown this weekend?
Here’s everything you need from a Kansas State vs TCU betting perspective, from spread, money flow, Over/Under totals and expert selection (odds over). Bet FOX).
Spread Point: TCU -2.5 (TCU prefers to win more than 2.5 points, otherwise Kansas State includes)
Cash flow: TCU -143 favorite to win (bet $10 to win a total of $16.99); Kansas State +110 worse to win (bet $10 to win a total of $21)
Total Over/Under points: 61.5 points scored by both teams combined
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The undefeated Frog team won the previous meeting with a score of 38-28, but the start was not smooth at all. In that game, Kansas State took a 28-10 lead over Fort Worth at the end of the first half as a team 3.5 points behind. A TCU 91-yard touchdown to close the first half set the pace for the game and K-State never scored again. Wildcats’ dribbles in the second half after reserve QB Will Howard (injured Adrian Martinez talk) were brutal, including a missed goal, an interception, a penalty shootout (at ratio). 30 of their own!), one conceded and another intercepted. Kansas State averaged 7.4 yards per play in that game. Let’s say the first match is closer than people think.
This game takes place at AT&T Stadium and I expect a crowd of TCU supporters. What I don’t like about TCU is that the media is pushing this story that it can still make it to the knockout stages, even if it loses. It is difficult to see the committee dismiss Alabama in that case, as Tide would be the double-digit favorite ahead of TCU on neutral ground. If the Horned Frogs want to qualify for the knockout round, they need to win the game.
If you’re looking to bet on one side, then I’m very leaning towards TCU on the money line, as they took some to push the number from -1.5 to -2.5. But for the best bet, I like the first half total under the number. Look for a slow start for both of these teams.
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