Kansas vs. Oklahoma State Fearless Prediction, Game Preview

Kansas vs. Oklahoma State Fearless Prediction, Game Preview

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Kansas vs. Oklahoma State Fearless Prediction, Game Preview


Kansas vs. Oklahoma State fearless prediction and game preview.

Kansas vs. Oklahoma State Broadcast

Date: Saturday, November 16
Game Time: 12:00 ET
Live Stream: fuboTV (click to watch for free)
Venue: Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater, OK
Network: FS1

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Why Kansas Will Win

Is this the week the offense starts to work again?

The Jayhawks have had two weeks off to get ready after getting popped by Kansas State, but before the 38-10 loss, the O rolled in the win over Texas Tech and in the 50-48 near-miss against Texas.

It starts with getting back QB Carter Stanley, who left the K-State game with an injury after throwing two picks. The time off was enough to get him close to right again, and that means the passing game should go off.

He threw for 310 yards and four scores against Texas, and hit Texas Tech for 415 yards and three touchdowns. Now he and the Jayhawk offense get to bomb away against a porous Oklahoma State secondary.

The Cowboys give up over 275 yards per game and can get hammered by the big plays. Baylor and Texas each went off, and now – assuming Stanley’s knee really is 100% – it’s about to get hit for 300 yards. However …

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Why Oklahoma State Will Win

It’s not like the Kansas defense is stopping anyone.

The Jayhawk defensive front is getting hammered by everyone’s running game. West Virginia is the only team in the last seven games to not hit the 200-yard mark, and it ran for 192 yards and three scores.

Last week? Kansas State got 342 yards and five scores, with QB Skylar Thompson running for 127 yards and the running backs combining to crank out yards at will.

Oklahoma State will get its big day from Chuba Hubbard.

The nation’s leading rusher keeps on ripping off massive days, getting over the 1,600 yard mark with a 223-yard, two-touchdown day two weeks ago against TCU. Just 396 yards away from a 2,000-yard season he’s a mortal lock to get lop off at least 200 of that this week.

What’s Going To Happen

With star receiver Tylan Wallace out for the year, the Oklahoma State offense will keep on going, but the passing game won’t be quite as dangerous. That’s where Hubbard comes in.

If you want to think really crazy … he’s just good enough and dangerous enough to flirt with hitting the 400-yard mark against this D.

No, he’s not going to do that, but the Cowboys will run wild, the Jayhawks will throw at will, and these two are about to put on one of the best shows of the weekend.

OSU will have just enough offense to survive at home, but it’s going to be in for a four quarter fight.

Kansas vs. Oklahoma State Prediction, Line

Oklahoma State 41, Kansas 34
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Oklahoma State -17.5, o/u: 67.5
Live Stream: fuboTV (click to watch for free)
ATS Confidence out of 5: 3.5
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