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At Boone Pickens Stadium on Saturday, the Oklahoma State Cowboys (7-4) take on the West Virginia Mountaineers (4-7).
The Cowboys are significant favorites (-9.5) in their matchup versus the Mountaineers, with the over/under at 66.5 points. (In terms of the moneyline, the Cowboys are -327 and the Mountaineers are +252.)
Game Info and Betting Lines for Oklahoma State vs. West Virginia
- Game Day: Saturday, November 26, 2022
- Game Time: 12:00 PM ET
- TV Channel: ESPN2
- Location: Stillwater, Oklahoma
- Stadium: Boone Pickens Stadium
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Oklahoma State Betting Insights
- West Virginia’s ATS record is 5-6-0 this season.
- Six of West Virginia’s 11 games with a set total have hit the over (54.5%).
Oklahoma State Stats & Insights
- Despite having a bottom-25 defense that ranks 15th-worst in the FBS (451.2 yards allowed per game), Oklahoma State has put up better results on the other side of the ball, ranking 43rd in the FBS offensively averaging 420.7 yards per game.
- Oklahoma State ranks 36th in scoring offense (32.9 points per game) and 100th in scoring defense (29.8 points allowed per game) this year.
- Oklahoma State has struggled defensively against the pass, ranking sixth-worst in the FBS (287.0 passing yards allowed per game) this season. However, the Cowboys rank 16th-best on offense, totaling 293.4 passing yards per game.
- On offense, Oklahoma State ranks 98th in the FBS with 127.4 rushing yards per game. Meanwhile, the defensive unit ranks 84th in rushing yards allowed per contest (164.2).
- Oklahoma State ranks 95th in third-down conversion rate this season (36.1%), but has been thriving on the defensive side of the ball, ranking fourth-best in the FBS with a 27.1% third-down percentage allowed.
- Oklahoma State owns the 100th-ranked turnover margin in college football at -4, forcing 16 turnovers (56th in the FBS) while turning it over 20 times (110th in the FBS).
Oklahoma State’s Best Players
- Spencer Sanders has thrown for 2,642 yards, completing 57.6% of his passes and tossing 17 touchdowns and nine interceptions this season. He’s also run for 391 yards (35.5 ypg) on 107 carries with eight rushing touchdowns.
- Dominic Richardson has carried the ball 149 times for a team-high 543 yards on the ground and has found the end zone eight times as a runner. He’s also tacked on 22 catches for 220 yards (20.0 per game).
- Brennan Presley’s 662 yards as a receiver pace the team. He’s been targeted 74 times and has registered 56 catches and two touchdowns.
- Bryson Green has put up a 584-yard season so far with five touchdowns, reeling in 36 passes on 67 targets.
- Braydon Johnson has been the target of 51 passes and compiled 27 grabs for 507 yards, an average of 46.1 yards per contest. He’s found the end zone three times through the air this season.
- Collin Oliver leads the team with 5.0 sacks, and also has 7.0 TFL and 20 tackles.
- Oklahoma State’s leading tackler, Mason Cobb, has 72 tackles, 8.0 TFL, one sack, and one interception this year.
- Jason Taylor II has a team-leading five interceptions to go along with 68 tackles, 2.0 TFL, and five passes defended.
West Virginia Betting Insights
- West Virginia is 5-6-0 against the spread this season.
- Out of West Virginia’s 11 games with a set total, six have hit the over (54.5%).
West Virginia Stats & Insights
- West Virginia ranks 58th with 404.6 total yards per game on offense, and it ranks 104th with 417.2 total yards allowed per contest on the defensive side of the ball.
- West Virginia has been struggling defensively, ranking 14th-worst with 34.2 points allowed per game. It has been more productive on offense, putting up 31.2 points per contest (47th-ranked).
- West Virginia ranks 56th in passing yards per game (240.3), but it has been less productive on the defensive side of the ball, ranking 19th-worst in the FBS with 270.4 passing yards surrendered per contest.
- West Virginia is putting up 164.4 rushing yards per game on offense this season (55th-ranked). Meanwhile, it is giving up 146.8 rushing yards per contest (65th-ranked) on defense.
- West Virginia ranks 44th in the FBS with a 42.6% third-down conversion rate on offense, and 87th with a 41.1% third-down percentage allowed on the defensive side of the ball.
- At -8, West Virginia owns the 100th-ranked turnover margin in the FBS, with nine forced turnovers (124th in the FBS) and 17 turnovers committed (79th in the FBS).
West Virginia’s Best Players
- JT Daniels has recored 2,097 passing yards, or 190.6 per game, so far this season. He has completed 61.5% of his passes and has thrown 13 touchdowns with nine interceptions.
- Tony Mathis has run for 549 yards on 126 carries so far this year while scoring five times on the ground.
- CJ Donaldson has collected 526 yards (on 87 attempts) with eight touchdowns.
- Sam James has totaled 44 catches this season and his team-high yardage total sits at 726 (66.0 yards per game). He’s been targeted 76 times and has six touchdowns.
- Bryce Ford-Wheaton has recorded 653 receiving yards (59.4 yards per game) and seven touchdowns on 60 receptions.
- Kaden Prather’s 50 grabs (on 82 targets) have netted him 487 yards (44.3 ypg) and three touchdowns.
- Dante Stills has 4.5 sacks to lead the team, and also has 7.0 TFL and 23 tackles.
- West Virginia’s tackle leader, Lee Kpogba, has 68 tackles, 2.0 TFL, and two sacks this year.
- Malachi Ruffin has picked off a team-high two passes. He also has 15 tackles and two passes defended to his name.