Written and authored by NCAA Football Expert Analyst Bobby Wallace. Charliessports.com produces it for Football Betting news and notes. NCAA Football Premium Picks have been winning at a 77.2% rate and will continue to the 2016 BCS Title game in January 2016. The (6-5) Texas Tech Red Raiders of the Big-Twelve Conference will be in the “THE STATE CAPITAL” for a Conference matchup. Texas Tech plays the (4-6) Texas Longhorns also of the Big 12 in 2015 College Football action. The teams will play atDarrell K Royal Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas. Kickoff time is at 7:30 PM EST on the FS-1 Television Network. The game is on Tuesday, November 24th, 2015. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Texas Tech Red Raiders have one of the brightest young minds in the game on the sidelines. The Thanksgiving day showdown could be the last for Charlie Strong at the “POWERHOUSE” institute. The Opening betting line has Texas as a one point Home Favorite Against The Spread. The Betting Odds total is 72′-points for Thursday’s game.
The Texas Tech Red Raiders have lost three of their last four Football games this season. Texas Tech is already bowl eligible with six wins in 2015. Texas Tech has not defeated the premier program in the “LONE STAR STATE” since 2008. The last time Texas Tech has won at Austin was in the Spike Dykes era, 1997. Red Raiders head coach Kliff Kingsbury believes his team will go into a hostile environment and come away with the victory. Senior running back DeAndre Washington is coming off of a 248-yard rushing performance in a home win over Kansas State on November 14th. Texas Tech is coming off of a bye week and should be ready for the primetime matchup. TTU signal caller Patrick Mahomes has plenty of targets in the potent passing attack. The Red Raiders will be able to put points of the board but will the defense be able to defend the average Texas offense.
The 2015 Texas Longhorns are coming off of a 38-20 road loss to West Virginia and the faithful in Austin are getting restless. Texas must win their next two football game to get a postseason birth. It all starts Thanksgiving day against a high-powered offense. Longhorns head coach Charlie Strong has an advantage of being a defensive minded tactician. The problem is the Longhorn defense is young and inexperienced. The Texas football program looked like it was ready to turn the corner with an “RED RIVER RIVALRY” win over Oklahoma, but there is still work to do. Strong and the coaching staff must find a way to get pressure on the opposing quarterback. The game will be won in the trenches, and Texas Tech has an excellent offensive line. Freshman quarterback Jerrod Heard will lean on his offensive line to pound the ball with a rushing attack between the tackles.
Texas Tech is 0-5 Against The Point Spread the last five meetings between the teams.
The Betting Odds Under the Total are 5-1 the last six times the teams has met.
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