Oregon vs. Oklahoma State Odds


SAN JOSE, CA (TheSpread) – Two major conference teams in Oregon and Oklahoma State meet up on Thursday at 4:40PM ET as part of the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

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This game will be played from HP Pavilion in San Jose, California and is part of the Midwest Region with Oklahoma State as the fifth seed and Oregon the 12th seed. (View Matchup). According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Oklahoma State is the favorite to win this game, as the Cowboys have odds of -3 points against the Ducks. The over/under total for this game has been set at 135 points. Opening odds had Oklahoma State favored by 3.5 points. The spread hit a low of 2.5 points and a peak of 4 points before closing at Oklahoma State -3.

Oklahoma State is an at-large bid out of the Big 12 Conference. The Cowboys are 24-8 on the season and went 13-5 in conference play, finishing third in the Big 12 Conference. Oklahoma State is 26th in the RPI rankings and the Cowboys were 6-6 against Top 50 RPI teams. Oklahoma State is 4-1 on a neutral floor this season and is 15-14-2 against the spread.

Oregon is won the Pac-12 Conference Tournament this past weekend to get its bid into the tournament. Oregon is 26-8 overall this season and went 12-6 in conference play, finishing tied for second in the regular season. Oregon is 46th in the RPI rankings and the Ducks were 4-3 against RPI Top 50 teams this season. Oregon is 3-1 on a neutral floor this season and are 13-18-1 against the spread.

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2013 March Madness Second Round Odds – Oregon vs. Oklahoma State

721 Oregon +3 Over 135

732 Oklahoma State -3 Under 135

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