The No. 4 Oklahoma Sooners (3-0, 0-0 Big 12) will battle to keep their three-game winning streak intact in matchup against the West Virginia Mountaineers (2-1, 0-0 Big 12). The Sooners () play host to the Mountaineers ( on the moneyline to win) on September 25, 2021 at 7:30 PM ET. The contest’s over/under is currently listed at .
In this article we will explain what you need to know to make a bet on the game. That includes key metrics, stats and trends, while also updating you with the best odds available.
The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of September 22, 2021, 12:00 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Oklahoma Vs. West Virginia Betting Odds
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Oklahoma Offense Vs. West Virginia Defense
|Sooners Offense||Stats (Rank)||Mountaineers Defense|
|46.3 (6)||Points/Gm||17.0 (31)|
|487.3 (23)||Yards/Gm||305.3 (41)|
|291.7 (24)||Pass Yards/Gm||205.0 (65)|
|195.7 (35)||Rush Yards/Gm||100.3 (34)|
|7.8 (57)||Yards/Pass||7.0 (72)|
|5.4 (23)||Yards/Rush||2.6 (17)|
|48.6% (24)||3rd Down %||32.7% (46)|
|2 (25)||Turnovers||0 (127)|
|1 (10)||Sacks||8 (11)|
West Virginia Offense Vs. Oklahoma Defense
|West Virginia Offense||Stats (Rank)||Oklahoma Defense|
|39.0 (32)||Points/Gm||17.0 (31)|
|413.3 (63)||Yards/Gm||319.3 (48)|
|277.3 (36)||Pass Yards/Gm||236.0 (90)|
|136.0 (84)||Rush Yards/Gm||83.3 (23)|
|8.4 (38)||Yards/Pass||6.7 (65)|
|3.7 (91)||Yards/Rush||2.6 (17)|
|41.5% (59)||3rd Down %||30.2% (26)|
|6 (109)||Turnovers||5 (24)|
|5 (79)||Sacks||9 (5)|
When Oklahoma Has The Ball
- The Sooners have committed only 2 turnovers this season (25th in college football). The Mountaineers have forced 0, which ranks 127th.
- West Virginia’s defense allows 205.0 yards through the air per game (65th in the FBS). Oklahoma’s 291.7 passing yards per game is 24th in college football.
- The Sooners have the sixth-ranked offense in the FBS (46.3 points per game), and will be facing the Mountaineers’ 31st-ranked defense (17.0 ppg).
- Oklahoma is 24th in the FBS in third-down percentage (48.6%) and will be up against the 46th-ranked West Virginia defense in that category (32.7%).
When West Virginia Has The Ball
- The Mountaineers rank 109th in college football, committing six turnovers this season, while the Sooners are 24th with five turnovers forced.
- West Virginia’s pass protection has resulted in five sacks conceded, 49th-most in college football. Oklahoma’s defense has racked up nine (fifth-most).
- The Mountaineers average 3.7 yards per carry (91st in college football) compared to the 2.6 per rushing attempt the Sooners allow (17th in the FBS).
- Oklahoma allows 83.3 rushing yards per game (23rd in the FBS). West Virginia’s running game ranks 84th in college football (136.0).
Oklahoma Betting Trends And Insights
- Oklahoma has a record of 1-2-0 against the spread this season.
- The Sooners have been favored by 17 points or more three times this season, and covered the spread in one of those matchups.
- This season, games featuring Oklahoma have gone over the point total twice.
- In two games this season, Oklahoma and its opponents have combined to total more than 55.5 points.
- The Sooners have been the moneyline favorite only two other times so far this season, and they split the two games.
West Virginia Betting Trends And Insights
- West Virginia has won two games against the spread this year.
- So far this year, one of West Virginia’s games has hit the over.
- West Virginia has combined with its opponent to score more than 55.5 points just once this season.
- This is the first time the Mountaineers will play as underdogs this season.
Oklahoma Players To Watch
- This campaign, Spencer Rattler has racked up 761 passing yards (253.7 yards per game) while completing 74 of 99 passes (74.7% completion percentage), with seven touchdowns and two interceptions. He has tacked on 71 rushing yards on 18 carries (plus two touchdowns), averaging 23.7 yards per game.
- Kennedy Brooks has rushed for a team-leading 210 yards on 34 carries (70.0 yards per game) while scoring three touchdowns.
- So far this year Eric Gray has rushed for 185 yards on 33 carries (61.7 ypg).
- This season Marvin Mims has eight receptions for a team-high 168 receiving yards (56.0 per game).
- Jadon Haselwood’s stat line this year shows 14 catches for 127 yards and two touchdowns. He averages 42.3 receiving yards per game.
- This season Mario Williams is averaging 38.3 yards per game, with 13 catches for 115 yards and two touchdowns.
West Virginia Players To Watch
- Jarret Doege has passed for 737 yards while completing 60.2% of his throws (53-of-88), with six touchdowns and three interceptions (245.7 yards per game).
- Leddie Brown has rushed for a team-leading 253 yards on 50 carries (84.3 yards per game) while scoring five touchdowns. He also averages 30.7 receiving yards per game, grabbing nine passes for 92 yards and one touchdown.
- Garrett Greene has 126 yards on 18 carries (63.0 ypg), with two rushing touchdowns.
- Sam James has racked up 10 receptions for 166 yards, best on his team, and three touchdowns. He averages 55.3 receiving yards per game.
- Sean Ryan’s stat line this year shows eight catches for 156 yards and one touchdown. He puts up 52.0 receiving yards per game.
- Bryce Wheaton has caught seven passes for 126 yards and one touchdown, averaging 42.0 yards per game this year.
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