Oklahoma State vs. Texas Big 12 Tournament Odds & Picks: Sharps Betting Saturday’s Over/Under
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- Oklahoma State and Texas meet in the Big 12 Tournament final after the Longhorns advanced via no contest and the Cowboys upset Baylor.
- Sharp money has hit the total, and it matches a historically profitable betting system.
- Michael Walton explains what that means for this game below.
Oklahoma State vs. Texas Odds
|Oklahoma State Odds||+2.5|
|Time | Channel||6:00 p.m. ET | ESPN2|
Oklahoma State and Texas face off in an unlikely Big 12 Championship Game on Saturday night. The Cowboys come into Saturday’s matchup with a ton of confidence after knocking off Baylor behind a masterful 25-point performance from likely No. 1 NBA Draft pick Cade Cunningham.
Cunningham and the Cowboys have covered in eight straight games and are a solid 17-9-1 Against The Spread (ATS) on the year.
The Oklahoma State defense is very physical and held Baylor to 38% shooting from the field in the win. Look for the Cowboys to try to set the tone early and often with their commitment to tough defense.
What makes Saturday’s matchup so intriguing is the fact that Texas and Oklahoma State both have top-30 defenses in the nation, per KenPom. With so much defensive firepower on the floor for both teams, this could be a low-scoring game, a theory supported by our latest PRO Report.
Let’s take a look at how sharp bettors are viewing Saturday’s total.
Oklahoma State vs. Texas Pick
The total for Saturday’s Big 12 Championship between Oklahoma State and Texas opened at 144.5, and since this morning there has been one Action Labs Bet Signal triggered on the under.
Saturday’s game fits neatly into our Postseason Tournament Finals PRO System, which has a 60% win rate and 16% Return On Investment (ROI) since 2015.
PRO Report Pick: Under 144.5