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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 10/20/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
OKLAHOMA
 
TCU
-8  

+8  
-340

+260

61
 
52
Final
27

OKLAHOMA (5 - 1) at TCU (3 - 3)
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Week 8 Saturday, 10/20/2018 12:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
383OKLAHOMA-7.5-7.5
384TCU6162
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
OKLAHOMA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games5-1-12-45-148.025.5524.7(8.9)1.027.310.7421.2(5.3)0.8
Road Games1-1-20-22-041.020.5525.5(8.3)2.037.517.0474.0(6.8)0.5
Last 3 Games2-1-31-22-146.322.0498.0(9.8)1.334.015.7457.7(5.2)1.0
Grass Games5-1-12-45-148.025.5524.7(8.9)1.027.310.7421.2(5.3)0.8
Conference Games2-1-21-23-049.323.0552.7(9.2)1.336.014.3480.3(6)0.7
OKLAHOMA - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)48.025.523.226:0333-209(6.3)18-2570.4%316(12.5)59-525(8.9)(10.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.27.61419.928:0836-151(4.2)18-3061.7%230(7.7)66-381(5.8)(13.8)
Offense Road Games41.020.522.530:1035-196(5.6)20-2873.2%329(11.7)63-525(8.3)(12.8)
Defense (All Games)27.310.724.333:5746-157(3.4)21-3463.1%264(7.8)80-421(5.3)(15.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.29.515.622.232:4743-191(4.4)19-2963.0%222(7.6)73-413(5.7)(14)
Defense Road Games37.517.023.529:4933-132(3.9)25-3669.9%342(9.4)70-474(6.8)(12.6)

TCU - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games3-3-4.71-41-428.715.5414.2(5.6)2.520.28.7311.8(4.6)1.0
Home Games2-2-3.30-31-228.516.5430.0(5.7)2.219.57.5315.5(4.9)1.2
Last 3 Games1-2-3.70-30-315.79.0360.7(4.8)3.320.76.7306.0(4.5)0.7
Grass Games2-2-3.30-31-228.516.5430.0(5.7)2.219.57.5315.5(4.9)1.2
Conference Games1-2-3.70-30-315.79.0360.7(4.8)3.320.76.7306.0(4.5)0.7
TCU - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)28.715.521.731:0938-177(4.6)21-3659.3%237(6.6)74-414(5.6)(14.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.31.217.721.729:2137-156(4.2)20-3359.0%257(7.7)70-412(5.9)(13.2)
Offense Home Games28.516.522.731:4639-169(4.3)23-3663.0%261(7.2)75-430(5.7)(15.1)
Defense (All Games)20.28.717.228:3937-130(3.5)16-3053.8%182(6)68-312(4.6)(15.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.30.817.522.330:2939-141(3.7)22-3465.0%270(7.9)73-411(5.7)(13.3)
Defense Home Games19.57.517.527:5737-134(3.6)14-2852.3%181(6.5)64-315(4.9)(16.2)
Average power rating of opponents played: OKLAHOMA 41.3,  TCU 37.8
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
OKLAHOMA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/1/2018FLA ATLANTIC63-14W-18.5W66.5O39-31619-23-334042-13218-32-1921
9/8/2018UCLA49-21W-30.5L65.5O35-17919-35-306150-12916-26-2540
9/15/2018@ IOWA ST37-27W-18.5L55.5O39-17121-29-348129-8725-36-3601
9/22/2018ARMY28-21W-28.5L60U25-19011-15-165178-3393-9-402
9/29/2018BAYLOR66-33W-21W69.5O31-17517-23-432038-7740-63-4161
10/6/2018*TEXAS45-48L-7L59O31-22220-27-310338-17726-37-3240
10/20/2018@ TCU            
10/27/2018KANSAS ST            
11/3/2018@ TEXAS TECH            
11/10/2018OKLAHOMA ST            
11/17/2018KANSAS            

TCU - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/1/2018SOUTHERN55-7W-50L -42-23521-32-264034-845-18-1013
9/7/2018@ SMU42-12W-23.5W59.5U42-24715-28-146233-13118-39-1111
9/15/2018OHIO ST28-40L12T60O36-20324-40-308342-18224-38-3440
9/22/2018@ TEXAS16-31L-2.5L50U32-14120-40-231445-11222-32-2550
9/29/2018IOWA ST17-14W-11.5L45U46-11721-29-182328-11914-28-791
10/11/2018TEXAS TECH14-17L-7.5L57.5U32-12126-45-290343-15115-27-2021
10/20/2018OKLAHOMA            
10/27/2018@ KANSAS            
11/3/2018KANSAS ST            
11/10/2018@ W VIRGINIA            
11/17/2018@ BAYLOR            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
OKLAHOMA: Make no mistake: Baker Mayfield was in no way a system player at Oklahoma, and Kyler Murray will not replicate his production nor leadership. That said, Murray brings plenty to the table as a former five-star recruit with athleticism to burn, and this Sooner offense should keep rolling along in Lincoln Riley's second season as head coach. Running back Rodney Anderson is a dark horse to make a Heisman run of his own with three returning all-conference linemen in front of him, and wideout Marquise Brown has Dede Westbrook-level speed over the top. But while defense (or lack thereof) is often taken for granted in the Big 12, this unit's performance will determine Oklahoma's ceiling in the national landscape. Having won three straight conference titles, the Sooners are the favorite in the Big 12 for a reason.
TCU: In a conference known for exciting offenses, TCU has built an identity of perennially fielding one of the nation's most thrilling defenses. That should be no different this season, as Gary Patterson's D is fast and deep, and headlined by game-changers like DE Ben Banogu and LB Ty Summers. Plus, the linebacking corps added graduate transfer and former Northern Illinois standout Jawuan Johnson. There aren't many known entities on offense, though, save for veteran receiver KaVontae Turpin. Plus, to actually win a Big 12 title, the Horned Frogs will probably have to beat Oklahoma'something they've only done once since joining the league in 2012, and failed to even come close to doing in two opportunities last season.
PREVIEW
No. 9 Oklahoma, TCU face potential Big 12 elimination game
 

When the season began, and even after the first three weeks, Saturday's battle between Oklahoma and TCU -- a rematch of last year's Big 12 championship game -- looked like it would be the first of maybe two big matchups this year between the programs that have become the conference's heavyweights and constant players on the national scene.

But that has all changed during the past three games as ninth-ranked Oklahoma and three-loss and scuffling TCU find themselves looking up at Texas in the conference standings.

Now Saturday's game at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth could be an elimination game in respect to securing a berth in the Big 12 title game, especially for TCU.

The Horned Frogs (3-3, 1-2 Big 12) finish a three-game homestand in which they beat Iowa State and lost to Texas Tech, both by scores of 17-14. Another loss this week would push TCU below .500 for the season with five games to play and drop them three games behind the surging Longhorns in the conference standings.

TCU is fighting through the growing pains of inexperienced but talented sophomore quarterback Shawn Robinson, who racked up 332 yards, 290 of those passing, and both touchdowns in the loss to Texas Tech. The Horned Frogs also have been turnover prone, averaging 2.5 per game in six games.

Horned Frogs coach Gary Patterson has seen this type of start before, in 2013, a year that TCU finished 4-8.

"It doesn't look good when you're 3-3 and you're looking down the middle to Oklahoma and they've had two weeks to prepare for you," Patterson said after the loss to Texas Tech. "We're going to learn just like we did in 2013. Hopefully, we'll win more than we lose."

The Horned Frogs are last in the Big 12 at minus-9 in turnover margin. The giveaways are a big reason why TCU has blown halftime leads in all three of its losses. Nine of the 13 turnovers the past four games have come with the Frogs leading, tied or trailing by one point, or in the opponents' territory.

"You can't turn the ball over," Patterson told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "If a running back is going to complain about carries, you need to hold on to it. When you're in the red zone, the ball bounces off a guy and they intercept it ... you gotta make plays. It's simple."

Oklahoma (5-1, 2-1) looks to rebound from its 48-45 loss to Texas on Oct. 6 in Dallas that knocked the Sooners from the ranks of the unbeaten and led to the firing of defensive coordinator Mike Stoops.

Former Texas Tech defensive coordinator Ruffin McNeill takes over that post after Texas scored its most points ever against Oklahoma in the Red River Showdown.

Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley was asked Monday how long it will take for the defense to stabilize after a week of drastic change.

"I'm counting on about two weeks," Riley told the Daily Oklahoman, with a smile. "Everybody's got that sense of urgency. Does a new voice help? Probably some. Is part of it just having not played to the level we want to play defensively? The challenge of putting in the work to get to that point? I think there's some inner challenges happening, too, and there better be."

There has never been a question about the Sooners' offensive explosiveness. As led by uber-talented dual-threat quarterback Kyler Murray, Oklahoma has a bevy of threats to take the ball all the way to the end zone on every snap.

The Sooners' signal-caller was his usual calm and cool self at Monday's press conference.

"This bye week was definitely one of our most competitive practices of the year since camp," Murray said. "I think we got a lot of good one-on-one work in, good-on-good work in, and everybody's refreshed. Going into TCU, I think it'll be a good week of practice for us, and we'll be ready to go."

Oklahoma leads TCU 13-5 in the series and has a 2-6 edge in games played in Fort Worth.


Last Updated: 11/18/2018 12:26:36 AM EST


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