Oklahoma State @ Texas A&M (Saturday, 3:30 p.m., ABC/ESPN2)
Spread: Texas A&M (-4.5)
Oklahoma State heads into the Home of the 12th Man and Kyle Field on Saturday afternoon in what should be one of the three big games kicking off at 3:30. Last year the Cowboys won with a last-second field goal, capitalizing on the five A&M turnovers. Both teams have high-powered offenses, and this game could hit the over of 70. The Aggies are led by their quarterback Ryan Tannehill who boasts a 7-1 record as a starter, with the one loss coming to LSU in the Cotton Bowl. Oklahoma State has some weapons of their own in Brandon Weeden, a former minor-leaguer drafted by the New York Yankees, to go along with one of the best receivers in the country, Justin Blackmon, adding just enough of a running game with Brandon Randle to keep the defense honest. Neither team has much of a defense, but you can contest that Texas A&M has held their opponents combined to 21 points, but the comptetion hasn’t been like anything they'll see on Saturday.
A&M could come out with the victory but it won’t be by more than 4 points. Take Oklahoma State as the dog.