The Oklahoma State vs Texas Tech goes down at 7:00 PM EST later today evening and it’s going to be an interesting match by all means. The game is happening at the T. Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma. This is home to the Oklahoma boys. Sure, the Oklahoma State Cowboys are a very strong team currently going in very strong this season, but we can’t be sure that there will be no letdowns or upsetting. The #15 Cowboys are hosting 2-1 Texas Tech Red Raiders who have had some pretty amazing games recently this season. So, be sure to tune in to your TV or watch online using live streaming through your internet.
Date and Time: September 22nd, 2018 7:00 PM EST
Venue: Boone Pickens Stadium
TV: FS1 (US)
Online Stream: FuboTV (US Desktop & Mobile) – (Subscription required click here to start your free fuboTV trial and watch now, you can cancel at any time. DVR Available.)
The #15 Oklahoma State Cowboys are a very strong team. They have had three games so far this season (no conference play) and they have been shining ever since. Their first game was a 58-17 win. After that was a 55-13 win against the South Alabama Jaguars. Their most recent game has been a 44-21 win against the #17 Boise State Broncos. Their last two games in the previous season were also wins, one of them a 30-21 win against the #22 Virginia Tech Hokies.
All in all, the Cowboys are in for a good show. They can put down any mid-tier team and in all honesty, we believe there’s not much scope left for a Texas Tech win. Still, underestimating the Red Raiders can always be a problem and we do hope they never do that.
The Texas Tech Red Raiders are confident. Their last two games have been really well. Their 77-0 win against the Lamar Cardinals established that given weaker opponents, the Raiders can truly sweep them off their feet. Their latest game was a 63-49 win against the Houston Cougars.
With the kind of experience that’s backing the Red Raiders up, we believe they can give a tough fight. They have a solid chance at winning this one, but they need to strengthen their defenses first.
The offense is just amazing. With 624.3 total yards so far into the season (against 590.3 for the Oklahoma State Cowboys), we believe their offense is going to win this game for them if they do win.