Friday Locks Season Results
TCU (-7) vs. Texas – The Horned Frogs will be looking for a bounce back win after losing to the Cyclones last week. Is there a better team to do it against than the Longhorns? I think TCU wins by a couple of touchdowns.
Oklahoma (+2.5) at Oklahoma State | This game has huge playoff implications. I think the Sooners will rise to the occasion on Saturday. It’ll be fun to watch the final battle between Mason Rudolph and Baker Mayfield
Iowa State (+2.5) at West Virginia | I’m completely sold out on the Cyclones after beating both the Sooners and the Horned Frogs. I think Iowa State will squeak out the win in Morgantown.
Baylor (-7.5) at Kansas – I think the Jayhawks put whatever they had left this season into their rivalry game with Kansas State last week. The Bears took it on the chin against Texas but I still like the fight they have left in them. I love the Bears in this spot.
Kansas State (+3) at Texas Tech – Strong defensive fronts and a power rushing attack are Kliff Kingsbury’s kryptonite. The Red Raiders are going to get dose of both on Saturday. Give me the Wildcats and those three points.
West Virginia (-3) vs. Iowa State – It’s letdown time for the Cyclones! If they don’t hit the wall this weekend in Morgantown then it most likely isn’t going to happen.
— Cyclone Football (@CycloneFB) October 31, 2017
Iowa State (+2.5) vs West Virginia – The Cyclones are playing their best football of the season on the defensive side of the ball. Creating turnovers has given this program new life and a rise in the rankings. Not to be favored is kind of a joke at this point in my opinion. Give me the Clones all day long here.
Baylor -(7.5) vs Kansas – one program will get their first conference win of the year. Unfortunately for the Jayhawks, it’ll be the Bears offense scoring the points in this game.
Texas Tech (-3) vs Kansas State – The Wildcats have basically failed to live up to expectations this year. With a struggling offense, Bill Snyder has yet to produce a big win. Facing a revamped Tech squad spells potential trouble. If TTU can run the ball successfully, they win this one by more than a field goal.
Baylor (-7.5) at Kansas – It’s time. It’s finally here. The battle of the bottom feeders will commence on Saturday in Lawrence, and without a shadow of a doubt, I believe that Baylor will FINALLY get its first win of the season.
Texas Tech (-3) vs. Kansas State – The Red Raiders have only won one of their last five games, but the Wildcats have only won two of their last five, and the two wins have come by less than touchdowns each against Baylor and Kansas. Texas Tech playing at home gives them a win by at least a touchdown.
TCU (-7) vs. Texas – Without a doubt, the Horned Frogs have to be ticked after losing their first game to Iowa State a week ago, and I feel bad for the Longhorns because it could get ugly in Austin. I don’t know how TCU is only favored by only seven points. They could end up whipping Texas by three or four touchdowns.