Friday Locks

Zack: Last Week 1-2, Season 5-7

Donnie: Last Week 3-0, Season 5-7

Craig: Last Week  1-2, Season 3-9

Matt: Last Week 0-3, Season 2-10

Zack

Baylor (-16.5) at Iowa State: I’m not sure if I’m overconfident in Baylor or not, but Iowa State is not good enough to stay within 3 or 4 touchdowns of the Bears. This could easily be a 5 touchdown game. Seth Russell will go OFF in Ames.

OSU (-2.5) vs. Texas: Texas hasn’t lost in Stillwater since 1997, but Oklahoma State has won 4 of the last 6 with all 4 wins coming in Austin. Texas had an extra week to prepare for conference play, but after a tough loss at Baylor last week, the Cowboys will rebound and cover the spread.

WVU (-3.5) vs. K-State: The Mountaineers arguably look like the best team in the Big 12 right now, but don’t sleep on Bill Snyder’s ‘Cats. The game is in Morgantown, and I fully expect at least a couple couches to be burned after West Virginia takes care of business.

Donnie

Baylor (-16.5) at Iowa State. This number looks low. I know Baylor is on the road but I just can’t see how they don’t cover.

WVU (-3.5) vs. K-State. The Mountaineers cover but it won’t be easy. This should be a four quarter game.

Oklahoma (-3.5) at TCU. The Sooners start shaky but play well late and win by two scores

 

Craig

Baylor (-16.5) at Iowa State

I think the Bears start off slow on the road in Ames. However, I think the offense comes in to save the day and Baylor wins big.

WVU (-3.5) vs. K State

Kansas State will keep this one close for the first three quarters. In the fourth quarter, the Mountaineers will pull away and win by two scores.

Oklahoma (-3.5) at TCU

The Sooners are off to a rough start this season, so I think they come ready to play Saturday. The Sooners will win by at least 10.

Matt

Baylor (-16.5) at Iowa State | It’s kind of crazy that we think a 16.5 spread is low but that’s exactly what it going on here. The Bears are making their first trip outside of the state of Texas and it’s a conference team. It’s Iowa State though and the Baylor is at least 21 points better.

Texas (+2.5) at Oklahoma State | Both teams have defensive struggles but Texas can run the ball. I believe that will be the primary difference in this one…with a turnover or two sprinkled in.

West Virginia (-3.5) vs. Kansas State | I’ve been impressed with the Wildcat defense so far this season but this is their first game against a spread offense and it’s on the road. I like the Mountaineers to cover.