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    David Booth Memorial Stadium (Lawrence, KS) is the venue where the Kansas Jayhawks (5-3) will match up against the Oklahoma State Cowboys (6-2) on Saturday, November 5, 2022.

    The Jayhawks are favored, but by less than a field goal (-2), versus the Cowboys. The over/under for this matchup is 63 points.

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    Game Info and Betting Lines for Kansas vs. Oklahoma State

    • Game Day: Saturday, November 5, 2022
    • Game Time: 3:30 PM ET
    • TV Channel: Fox Sports 1
    • Location: Lawrence, Kansas
    • Stadium: David Booth Memorial Stadium (Lawrence, KS)
    Jayhawks vs Cowboys Betting Information
    Favorite Spread Favorite Spread Odds Underdog Spread Odds Total Over Total Odds Under Total Odds Favorite Moneyline Underdog Moneyline
    Jayhawks -2 -110 -110 63 -109 -112 -129 +106

    Kansas Betting Insights

    • Oklahoma State is 5-3-0 ATS this season.
    • Oklahoma State is 3-1 against the spread when an underdog by 2 points or more this season.
    • In Oklahoma State’s eight games with a set total, six have hit the over (75%).

    Kansas Stats & Insights

    • With 437.9 yards allowed per game on defense, which ranks 19th-worst in the FBS, Kansas has been forced to lean on its 49th-ranked offense (419.8 yards per contest) to keep them in games.
    • Kansas ranks 101st in scoring defense this season (30.6 points allowed per game), but has been shining on the other side of the ball, ranking 17th-best in the FBS with 38 points per game.
    • Kansas owns the 75th-ranked passing offense this year (231.9 passing yards per game), and has been less effective on defense, ranking 14th-worst with 276.3 passing yards allowed per game.
    • Kansas is compiling 187.9 rushing yards per game on offense, which ranks them 37th in the FBS. The team’s defensive unit ranks 90th, allowing 161.6 rushing yards per game.
    • While Kansas ranks fifth-worst in the FBS in third-down efficiency on defense with a 47.6% third-down percentage allowed, it’s been a different situation on offense, where the Jayhawks rank fifth-best in the FBS (53.8% third-down conversion rate).
    • Kansas has forced 15 total turnovers (24th in the FBS) this season and have turned it over 11 times (58th in the FBS) for +4a turnover margin of +4, 34th-ranked in college football.

    Kansas’ Best Players

    • Jalon Daniels leads Kansas with 1,072 yards (134 ypg) on 78-of-117 passing with 11 touchdowns and one interception this season. He also has 335 rushing yards on 53 carries while scoring five touchdowns on the ground.
    • Devin Neal has carried the ball 86 times for a team-high 537 yards on the ground and has found the end zone six times.
    • Lawrence Arnold’s team-high 401 yards as a receiver have come on 25 catches (out of 41 targets) with three touchdowns.
    • Quentin Skinner has caught 17 passes for 305 yards (38.1 yards per game) and four touchdowns this year.
    • Luke Grimm has compiled 26 catches for 300 yards, an average of 37.5 yards per game. He’s scored three times as a receiver this season.
    • Lonnie Phelps has six sacks to lead the team, and also has eight TFL and 29 tackles.
    • Kenny Logan Jr. is the team’s leading tackler this year. He’s picked up 41 tackles and two interceptions.
    • Jacobee Bryant has a team-leading two interceptions to go along with 13 tackles and two passes defended.

    Oklahoma State Betting Insights

    • Oklahoma State’s ATS record is 5-3-0 this season.
    • In games this year in which they were an underdog by 2 points or more, the Cowboys have a 3-1 record against the spread.
    • Oklahoma State games have hit the over in six out of eight opportunities (75%).

    Oklahoma State Stats & Insights

    • Oklahoma State ranks 35th in total yards per game (435.6), but it has been worse on the defensive side of the ball, ranking 13th-worst in the FBS with 455.3 total yards surrendered per contest.
    • Oklahoma State’s offense has been excelling, posting 39.1 points per contest (11th-best) this season. On defense, it ranks 104th by giving up 31.1 points per game.
    • While Oklahoma State’s pass defense has had trouble stopping opposing offenses, ranking fourth-worst by ceding 302.6 passing yards per game, its offense ranks 19th-best with 294.4 passing yards per contest.
    • In terms of rushing, Oklahoma State ranks 78th in the FBS on offense (141.3 rushing yards per game) and 79th on the other side of the ball (152.6 rushing yards allowed per contest).
    • Oklahoma State’s third-down defense has been paving the way for the team, as it ranks fifth-best in the FBS with a 26.4% third-down conversion rate allowed. In terms of offense, it is posting a 39.3% third-down rate, which ranks 70th.
    • With nine forced turnovers (96th in the FBS) and 10 turnovers committed (39th in the FBS) this season, Oklahoma State ranks 100th in the FBS with a turnover margin of -1.

    Oklahoma State’s Best Players

    • Spencer Sanders has been a dual threat for Oklahoma State this season. He has 2,177 passing yards (272.1 per game) while completing 58% of his passes. He’s tossed 15 touchdown passes and five interceptions this season. On the ground, he’s compiled 343 yards (42.9 ypg) on 87 carries with eight rushing touchdowns.
    • Dominic Richardson is his team’s leading rusher with 121 carries for 451 yards, or 56.4 per game. He’s found the end zone eight times on the ground, as well. Richardson has also chipped in with 21 catches for 218 yards.
    • Brennan Presley has racked up 462 receiving yards on 38 receptions to pace his squad so far this season while scoring two touchdowns as a receiver.
    • Bryson Green has recorded 455 receiving yards (56.9 yards per game) and five touchdowns on 24 receptions.
    • Braydon Johnson has racked up 398 reciving yards (49.8 ypg) and three touchdowns this season.
    • Brock Martin has collected four sacks to pace the team, while also recording four TFL and 23 tackles.
    • Mason Cobb is the team’s leading tackler this year. He’s racked up 64 tackles, six TFL, one sack, and one interception.
    • Jason Taylor II has picked off a team-high three passes. He also has 50 tackles, two TFL, and three passes defended to his name.

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