The West Virginia Mountaineers (2-1) will try to carry their momentum into Norman on Saturday and pull off an upset in their Big 12 battle with the third-ranked Oklahoma Sooners (3-0). Kickoff from OU Memorial Stadium is set for 7:30 p.m. ET. The Sooners are the 17.5-point favorite in the latest West Virginia vs. Oklahoma odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under for total points scored is 56.5. (See the latest college football lines for all of this week's games on our college football odds page.)
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Oklahoma ranks sixth in the nation in scoring offense at 46.3 points per game and is in the top 25 in both total yards (489.3) and passing yards (291.7). The Sooners have taken the ball away seven times in the three games, while giving it away just twice. It comes off a 23-17 win against rival Nebraska last Saturday. QB Spencer Rattler has 761 passing yards and seven TD passes and two interceptions.
The Mountaineers come in with confidence off a 27-21 win against regional rival and 15th-ranked Virginia Tech last weekend. QB Jarret Doege has five touchdowns and no interceptions in the past two games, and Leddie Brown ran for 161 yards against the Hokies. The Sooners have let teams hang around, posting five- and seven-point wins in the first three games, going 1-2 against the spread.
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