Oklahoma State 2020 Win Total - College Football Pick and Prediction
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Breaking Down the Oklahoma State Cowboys Win Total
2020 College Football Season
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The Oklahoma State Cowboys have been right in contention the last few years, but they haven’t been able to get over the hump. The expectations are still high for this season but the question is will they live up to them. Get free college football picks all season long at Pick Dawgz.
Oklahoma State finished the 2019 regular season with an 8-4 record, which earned them a matchup against Texas A&M in the Texas Bowl. The Cowboys were competitive but they couldn’t get the job done losing by three points.
Cowboys coach Mike Gundy has been good with young quarterbacks and it was no different Spencer Sanders. Last season was Sanders first year starting and he was good throwing for 2,065 yards, 16 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions.
Sanders is back for his second year starting, and the expectations are that he will take a bigger step forward.
Last season the Cowboys defense gave up 32.5 points per game, but the expectation is that side of the ball can be better this year. There are a lot of playmakers on that side of the ball especially upfront that can be game-changers
.2020 Oklahoma State Cowboys Football Schedule
Day, Date Opponent
Thursday, September 3 Oregon State
Saturday, September 12 Tulsa
Saturday, September 19 Western Illinois
Saturday, September 26 OPEN
Saturday, October 3 At TCU
Saturday, October 10 Iowa State
Saturday, October 17 At Kansas
Saturday, October 24 At Oklahoma
Saturday, October 31 Texas Tech
Saturday, November 7 At Baylor
Saturday, November 14 West Virginia
Saturday, November 21 At Kansas State
Friday, November 27 Texas
Saturday, December 5 Big 12 Championship
Pick: The second-year for Sanders is going to be a big step forward and he is going to lead the Oklahoma State Cowboys to a lot of success. The Cowboys put some cupcakes on the non-conference schedule and that should help them. Oregon State to start the season will be a bit of a test, but they will have no issue in the second half pulling away. The rest of the non-conference is cupcakes, and they should cruise to a few easy victories. There will be some tough games in conference play but they will still get to at least nine wins.