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Oklahoma vs Iowa State Live

Iowa State at Oklahoma, NCAA College Football Betting
When: 12:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 7, 2017
Where: Gaylord Family – Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Norman, Oklahoma
TV: Noon, FOX. OPENER: Oklahoma -28
The fans at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium will be treated to a game between the Iowa State Cyclones and the Oklahoma Sooners when they take their seats on Saturday.  The Cyclones come in off a 17-7 home loss to Texas last Thursday night, a game in which they managed just  rushing yards and 256 total yards. No doubt much of the extra practice preparation for Saturday’s contest centered around protecting quarterback Jacob Park who was sacked four times and was hit numerous other times while also throwing three interceptions.

FuboTV (US Desktop & Mobile) – (Subscription required click here to start your free fuboTV trial and watch now, you can cancel at any time. DVR Available.) Surely, Oklahoma is a superior team both in passing and rushing. If we talk of rushing, then Trey Sermon and Abdul Adams are the key players. As for passing the ball, Baker Mayfield will be the key player. Against these players, it’s easy to see how the Iowa State Cyclones have really no counter or advantage of any kind. Iowa State’s passing and rushing game has to improve if they are to win this match against the Oklahoma team. The match against Texas proved to be a strong learning point for all of us.

Mayfield, who hasn’t thrown an interception in his last six games dating back to last season, leads the nation in passing efficiency rating (228.3) and passing yards per attempt (13.2) and has thrown at least two touchdown passes in 17 consecutive games. The Sooners come in off a closer-than-expected 49-41 win at Baylor that saw OU roll up 625 yards with Mayfield completing 13-of-19 passes for 283 yards and three touchdowns. The defense, led by DE/LB Ogboonia Okoronkwo (4.5 sacks. 7.5 tackles for loss), has limited its first four opponents to an average of 198.5 passing yards and 19.5 points per outing.

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