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Odds Shark NCAAF Previews:
Oct 22, 12:00 PM | Turf of Memorial Stadium
Oklahoma State Cowboys vs Missouri Tigers Odds
Missouri will look to improve on its 3-3 record this week when they host Oklahoma State in Week 8 action at Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
The Tigers sport records of 3-3 and 4-2 ATS heading into this matchup, while the Cowboys sit at 6-0 and 5-1 ATS on the season. The over under records are 4-2 for the Tigers and 4-2 for the Cowboys.
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Opinions on the Oklahoma State defense seem to differ from virtually every person you speak to. Head coach Mike Gundy will tell you he is happy with his crew of defenders but does say he sees areas they need to improve in. He'd like to see the run defense shored up a little. Defensive coordinator Bill Young would agree with him too.
ScoutTV's Britton Lynn caught up with Oklahoma State Commit & 3-Star Defensive End Prospect Victor Irokansi after his team's 41-14 win over Bastrop on Friday. The 6'3 220 recruit told us why he chose the Cowboys, when he is visiting them next and his goals for the season.
The Missouri Tigers added their fifth known commitment moments ago as St. Louis 2012 big man announced his commitment to play basketball for Frank Haith and the University of Missouri.
The Missouri Tigers hosted one of their remaining top targets for their 2012 basketball recruiting class over the weekend in Ryan Rosburg and he tells us about his visit and when a commitment will be made.
CFT's Predictions 101: No. 4 Oklahoma State will survive a trip to Missouri, and No. 6 Wisconsin will roll at No. 16 Michigan State.
Oklahoma State freshman point guard Cezar Guerrero suffered an injury during a collision with another player during practice Monday afternoon.
Despite the flaws in the BCS system, there might be an obviously legit national champion this season, and coach Mike Gundy and Oklahoma State are right in the thick of it.
Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy is not going to be gathered in front of a television here in 30 minutes or so to see the unveiling of the first BCS Poll of this 2011 college football season.
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State were expected to contend for a national championship, and both are certainly on pace to do that with perfect seasons intact. The surprise in the Big 12 has been Kansas State, which also hasn't lost. That gives the Big 12 three of the 10 undefeated teams left in major college football.
LSU, Alabama, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State hold the top four spots in the first BCS standings, setting up two potentially huge conference games that could determine which teams play for the national title.