Oklahoma State (@1.12) vs Tulsa (@6.0)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Oklahoma State will win

Oklahoma State – Tulsa Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 15:30

Zach Smith has thrown for 436 yards, 2 touchdowns and an interception on 37 of 55 passing for a 67.3% completion percentage while Shamari Brooks has rushed for a team-high 140 yards. The Tulsa Golden Hurricane will look to build on their first win of the season after improving to 1-1 with a 34-16 win over San Jose State last time out. Defensively, Cooper Edmiston leads Tulsa with 19 tackles and Manny Bunch has 16 tackles while Trevis Gipson has a pair of sacks this season. Sam Crawford Jr. leads Tulsas receiving group with 14 catches for 186 yards while Keylon Stokes has 100 receiving yards as well. As a team, Tulsa is averaging 309.5 yards of total offense and 20.5 points per game this season.

Here are our predictions for OSUs last non-conference game of the season against the Golden Hurricane. After we got a collective one (!) point last week as OSU went black-gray-gray against McNeese, well get at least triple that this week with OSU going on the road at Tulsa and guaranteed to wear the white jerseys. After that, who knows?

Out is the cue ball-white OSU, and in is the white brand with the paisley stripe running down the middle. game. I sustain my lead for another week as both us and the Pokes head into conference play. I think they run it back this week with the same combo but a different helmet. Kyle Porter (WWB): OSU went WWB last time they played in Tulsa in that wild 3 a.m.

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These in-state rivalry games can always be tricky, and the home teams had a lot of success in this matchup, so the points with Tulsa could be worth a look. Oklahoma State has shown an ability to score points when they want to, so Ill lay the points with the Cowboys in what should be a comfortable Oklahoma State win. However, the Golden Hurricane were manhandled in their opener against Michigan State, and while this is Tulsas home opener so the fans will be eager to make some noise, the Cowboys are simply the better team and are in another class offensively.

While everyone is gushing all over Jalen Hurts and Oklahoma, and wondering whether or not Texas is back, or close to it, the Cowboys are looking every bit the part so far with Spencer Sanders coming up with a huge start at quarterback, RB Chuba Hubbard about to be a much bigger thing once he gets a look on a bigger stage in a bigger game, and the receiving corps especially Tylan Wallace is as good as any in America.

The Oklahoma State Cowboys will look to stay unbeaten and improve on their 2-0 start after a 56-14 win over McNeese State last time out. Spencer Sanders has thrown for 453 yards and 6 touchdowns on 31 of 42 passing for a 73.8% completion percentage while Chuba Hubbard has a team-high 265 rushing yards and 4 touchdowns. The aforementioned Sanders has also rushed for 160 yards while Tylan Wallace leads OK State in receiving with 10 catches for 272 yards and 5 touchdowns this season. As a team, Oklahoma State is averaging 567.5 yards of total offense and 54 points per game this season.

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Everyone needs to shake off the rust a little bit. The Cowboys have so much firepower, though, and should be more than enough to get a win in Week 1. It wouldn't be all that surprising if Tulsa came out swinging and put a score on the board first to inject a little adrenaline into Oklahoma State's veins. Gundy's team has been good vs. It's Week 1.

The Cowboys aren't preseason Big 12 favorites -- Oklahoma is -- but they certainly have been the trendy offseason team of the Washington ilk. There will be a lot of attention on the offense, quarterback Mason Rudolph and receiver James Washington. Oklahoma State: The road to the College Football Playoff as a non-traditional power starts here for Oklahoma State. It's all you're going to hear about until this team gives you a reason not to anymore. You will hear a lot about how this is the best team coach Mike Gundy has had since 2011.

The lone Big 12 game is Oklahoma State facing off against Tulsa. In the Big Ten,Minnesota kicks off against Buffalo and Ohio State takes on Indiana in a rare Week 1 conference game. In the Pac-12 Utah will take on North Dakota and Arizona State takes on New Mexico State. The SEC has one team in action as Arkansas will take on Floridia A&M.