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Expectations are typically so high in Norman that a 2020 season that ended with another Big 12 Championship and a Cotton Bowl victory over Florida is seen by some Sooners fans as a disappointment.
Back-to-back early season losses to Kansas State and Iowa State scuppered hopes of another playoff appearance the second weekend in October, but head coach Lincoln Riley has a refreshed and rejuvenated squad that will be eyeing a better start and finish to their season. Bettors looking for information on the Oklahoma Sooners schedule, odds, player props, and more should keep reading.
Oklahoma Sooners Point Spreads
The most common type of bet in college football is the point spread, a wager on if the favored team can win by a certain number of points. The favored team is always marked with a minus sign (-) and the underdog with a plus sign (+).
Let’s use an example to understand point spreads further:
- Texas Longhorns (+4.5)
- Oklahoma Sooners (-4.5)
In this case, the Sooners are 4.5-point favorites, meaning that bets on them to cover the spread would win only if Oklahoma were to win by five points or more. Meanwhile, bets on the underdog Longhorns would win if Texas won the game outright or kept a loss to within four points or fewer.
Oklahoma Sooners Moneylines
If the point spread is a bet on the margin of victory, a moneyline is simply a wager on which team will win the game, margin not considered. Just as with point spreads, the favored team is given a minus sign (-) and the underdog a plus (+).
Let’s revisit our earlier example:
- Texas Longhorns +155
- Oklahoma Sooners -190
These odds are written in American format, which can be read as expressions of $100. As -190 favorites, Oklahoma bettors would need to risk $190 to win $100 if the Sooners were to win. With Texas being +155 underdogs, $100 bettors on the Longhorns would stand to win $155 in the case of an upset.
Oklahoma Sooners Over/Unders
If you want to bet on the game without worrying about picking a winner, an over/under bet -- also known as a total -- is a wager on the number of points the two teams will score. Bookmakers will set a number, and bettors will wager on the over or the under.
If our example of the Red River Rivalry had a total of 57, then the over would cash only if the combined score was 58 or more; the under would win if the two teams scored 56 points or fewer. On the occasion that the teams landed right on the total, all wagers would graded as a push and refunded.
Oklahoma Sooners Props
Not every bet is tied to the performance of the teams on the field: Prop bets are bets on anything and everything else in the game, from the coin toss to the exact margin of victory.
Player props are the most common form of prop bets and are usually wagers on one player’s statistical output. Yardage over/unders, anytime touchdown bets, and first scorer bets are common examples.
Game props are most often bets on specific questions or outcomes throughout the course of an Oklahoma Sooners football game. Some examples include bets like who will win the coin toss, if the first touchdown will be rushing or passing, or whether the two teams will score an odd or even number of total points.
Different books offer different props, so make sure to read our sportsbook reviews to find a shop that offers what you want to bet.
Oklahoma Sooners Futures
For some Sooners fans, it must feel like an inevitability for Lincoln Riley’s team to win the Big 12. For those who want to bet that this will be the year to snap a 20-plus season national championship drought, the bet to make is called a future.
Futures are bets that won’t settle until sometime in the future, usually at the end of the season. Most are offered preseason, but markets for conference title, national championship, and individual awards often stay up all season long.
Some futures are bets on a team’s overall performance, like Oklahoma to make the College Football Playoff or the Sooners to go over or under 11 wins in the regular season. Others are bets on season-long player props, such as betting QB Spencer Rattler to go over a certain number of passing yards or to win the Heisman Trophy. Since odds differ across books, we recommend you use the Action Network app to always shop for the best number.