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Oklahoma Sooners | December 18, 2020

Friday Locks | No Confidence In The Vols

The Aggies are looking to score a few style points in the event that Clemson suffers another loss at the hands of ND this weekend. Given that fact and a two score spread, it seems obvious for TAMU to cover. Let’s not forget this is a 3-6 Tennessee squad that scored more than 21 points only once over the past seven games.

Oklahoma Sooners | December 4, 2020

Friday Locks | Attacking Big Point Spreads

Ohio State is in a difficult situation due to the number of games on their schedule. I expect there to be some significant style points here against an inept Michigan State team.

Oklahoma Sooners | October 30, 2020

Friday Locks | Showdown In Morgantown

Keep doubting the Wildcats. That’s fine. They’re going to keep proving haters wrong. I’m not sure how in the world the Mountaineers are favored in this one, aside from the fact that it’s being played in Morgantown, but give me Kansas State for the win.

Oklahoma Sooners | October 23, 2020

Friday Locks | Can The Vols Hold The Line?

Tennessee got embarrassed last week at home which resulted in a firing of an assistant coach. This is a rivalry game for the Volunteers and they’ll be excited and ready to play. Alabama is coming off a huge win last week and I don’t think they’ll be as focused.

Oklahoma City Thunder | October 3, 2020

Friday Locks Week 5 | Pure Comedic Gold

At some point you just have to sit back and laugh. That’s pretty much where we are after a month of picking college football games against the spread. You would […]

Oklahoma State Cowboys | September 25, 2020

Oklahoma State Cowboys vs. West Virginia Mountaineers | Defensive Keys to Success

Next up for the Cowboys is a matchup against the West Virginia Mountaineers, who put up an impressive showing in a 56-10 victory over Eastern Kentucky on September 12th. The Mountaineers had this last weekend off, which gave them an extra week to prepare, but Oklahoma State has played more recently, so that could be to the Cowboys’ benefit.