Rice vs. Texas Odds, Picks, Prediction: Betting Signals Target College Football Total
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Pictured: Casey Thompson
- Texas seeks redemption against Rice on Saturday night.
- The Longhorns and Owls matchup opened with a total of 53 before being bet down to 51.5
- See if our Action Lab Bet Signals agree with the movement, below
Rice vs. Texas Odds
|Date||Friday, Sept. 18|
|Time||8:00 p.m. ET|
The Texas Longhorns take on Rice at the DKR Texas Memorial Stadium on Saturday, with the Longhorns hoping to look rejuvenated with a quarterback switch.
Against Rice, Texas will be making the switch to QB Casey Thompson, who has started nine games for the Longhorns over his career. Thompson has thrown for 407 yards, seven touchdowns and no interceptions during his time in Austin, so far.
Rice comes into Saturday evening 0-2, but the Owls have hit the over in both of their matchups. Clearly overmatched in both games, Rice did put up 17 points against No. 20 Arkansas and showed some life on offense.
Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian will be looking for his Texas squad to bounce back big time after they were blown out 40-21 by Arkansas.
So with a feisty Rice squad looking to show some fight but conversely, a Texas team trying to stomp out Rice to send a message, the over looks like a nice play this weekend. Let’s take a look at our latest NCAAF PRO Report.
Rice vs. Texas Pick
The total Saturday’s Rice vs. Texas matchup opened up at 53 and hit a high of 53.5 around 11:30 p.m. ET before settling at a consensus of 52 as tracked by six Action Labs Bet Signals.
Rice vs. Texas fits into our “Weather NCAAF Overs PRO System,” which has a 57% win rate and a 10% Return On Investment (ROI).
One of The Action Network’s top NCAAF experts is betting on the over.
PRO Report Pick: Over 51.5 (Over 52 +100 at DraftKings)
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