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Bet on NCAAFCollege football action for Thursday features a Big 12 NCAAF betting matchup from Stillwater, OK as the Oklahoma State Cowboys host the Colorado Golden Buffaloes. College football fans have seen Colorado have a horrible season as the NCAAF betting fire is on full blast towards head coach Dan Hawkins.

Colorado enters this matchup with a college football record of 3-7 straight up and 5-5 against the spread.  The Buffs have lost 3 out of their last 4 NCAAF betting matchups and are coming off a 10-17 college football betting loss at Iowa State as 5-point road dogs. 

Offense has been the major college football weakness of Colorado as they rank 105th in total yards and 94th in scoring.  The Buffs defense hasn’t been much better as it ranks 86th in college football for points allowed.  The poor showing in Hawkins 4th college football season at the helm has revealed a weak recruiting effort in which top shelf talent is significantly lacking on the roster.  The Buffs have suffered humiliating losses this year to Colorado State and Toledo, which are teams that a Big 12 program should handle without much of a problem.  Hawkins Buffs will miss a bowl for the third time in four years and finish with a losing record for the fourth consecutive season.

The Oklahoma State Cowboys have a college football record of 8-2 straight up and 5-3-1 against the spread.  The Cowboys have won and covered 4 out of their last 5 college football matchups.  Last week Oklahoma State beat Texas Tech 24-17 as 4-point home favorites.  The Cowboys are a solid college football commodity on both sides of the line as they rank 19th in scoring and 25th in points permitted.

This game will be Senior Night for the Cowboys as they will finish the regular season next week at hated Oklahoma.  High profile senior quarterback Zach Robinson will take the field at Boone Pickens Stadium for the final time along with fellow senior running back Keith Totson, who leads the Pokes in rushing.  Robinson has passed for 14 touchdowns this year. Last year Okie State beat Colorado 30-17 but failed to cover as 17-point road chalks.


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