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The (1-2) Kansas Jayhawks of the Big-Twelve Conference will be in the “LONE STAR STATE” for week five of the 2016-17 College Football season. Kansas will play the (2-1) Texas Tech Red Raiders also of the Big-12 in 2016 NCAA Football action.
Game time is at 8:30 PM EST on the FS-1 Television Network. The teams will play at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock, Texas.
The game is on Thursday, September 29th, 2016. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Kansas Jayhawks football program is one of the most unproductive in the FBS landscape.
The University has the resources to compete with the powerhouse basketball team. The Texas Tech Red Raiders have a prolific offense and can put up points in a hurry.
Texas Tech defense is a liability but hat else can you expect from a Kliff Kingsbury team.
The Opening Betting Odds has the Texas Tech Red Raiders as a Twenty-Eight and a Half Point Home Favorite Against The Spread.
The Betting Odds total is 80 Points for Thursday’s game.
The 2016-17 Kansas Jayhawks have dropped their last two College Football contests.
Kansas lost to Memphis on the road and the week before they got embarrassed by Ohio University in front of the home crowd.
Head Coach David Beaty is in his second season on the sidelines at the basketball-crazed institute. The last time Kansas beat Texas Tech was in the 2001 season.
The Jayhawks have some talent on offense, which is led by quarterback Montell Cozart. The Kansas City, Missouri native threw for just 87-yards last Saturday and had two interceptions.
Wideout Steven Sims is a weapon in the passing game. Running backs Ke’aun Kinner and Khalil Herbert can take it the distance at any time.
The Jayhawks defense will have it’s trouble against a highly productive Texas Tech offense. The KU defense has given up an average of 40-points per contest their last two football games.
Bovada Lv. List the Kansas Jayhawks at +25,000 to win the 2016-17 Big-Twelve Conference Championship.
The Texas Tech Red Raiders took care of Louisiana Tech in their last game nearly two weeks ago in a high scoring affair.
Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury is taking over where Mike Leach left off with the “AIR RAID” offense.
Starting quarterback Pat Mahomes can throw the football with precision from anywhere on the field. The Red Raiders offense is averaging over 60-points per contest through three games this season’s.
Texas Tech has plenty of talent at the skill positions. Sophomore wideout Jonathan Giles is Mahomes first option in the passing game.
Texas Tech also has two capable running backs to offset the passing attack. The Texas Tech defense is giving up too many points to the opposition.
The Red Raiders defense is giving up 531.3 yards per contest and 206.7 on the ground.
Texas Tech has too much for Kansas the only question is how much will they score.
Bovada Lv. List the Texas Tech Red Raiders at +2,000 to win the 2016-17 Big-12 Conference Title.
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