College Football Betting Model Prediction for Baylor vs. Oklahoma State: The Big 12 Championship Game’s Increasing Edge
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- The Big 12 Championship Game between Baylor and Oklahoma State kick off promptly at 12 p.m. ET on Saturday, Dec. 4.
- While The Action Network's college football betting model didn't see all that much value in Baylor vs. Oklahoma State earlier in the week, that edge has increased over the past few days.
- Using our College Football PRO Projections, we pinpoint the growing Baylor vs. Oklahoma State betting edge heading into Saturday's Big 12 Championship Game.
Baylor vs. OK State Odds
|OK State Odds||-6.5|
|Date||Saturday, Dec. 4|
|Time||12 p.m. ET|
*Odds as of Saturday morning
The real value to real-time betting tools is that they never stop aggregating and analyzing data.
For example, an edge that may not seem all that noteworthy earlier in the week can quickly become very interesting as the market moves and adjusts.
Unless you’re a bettor with the time to constantly monitor odds movement, you may miss the newly-found betting value.
On the other hand, tools and software will not.
This is exactly the case for Saturday afternoon’s Baylor vs. Oklahoma State Big 12 Championship Game.
If you checked earlier in the week, The Action Network’s Baylor vs. Oklahoma State betting model edge may not have seemed overly actionable compared to the rest of the of Saturday’s college football conference championship slate.
However, that edge has steadily increased over the past few days and now sits as one of Saturday’s top edges.