Big 12 Conference Odds

2011 big 12 championship odds to win oklahoma

(The Spread) – The Big 12 Conference is down to just 10 teams for this year. Here is a look at the odds to win this year’s conference championship.

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According to oddsmakers from Bodog, Oklahoma is the favorite to win the conference title with 2/5 odds while other short odds to win are Texas A&M (3/1), Texas (5/1), and Oklahoma State (8/1).

Since the Big 12 Championship Game was installed, Oklahoma has won the title seven times in eight attempts. The Sooners were 12-2 last season and 6-2 in conference play and went on to win the conference title. Oklahoma averaged just under 500 yards of offense last season.

Texas A&M has appeared in two Big 12 title games, going 1-1. Their last title came in 1998. Texas A&M was 9-4 overall last season and 6-2 in conference play. The Aggies had a strong rushing defense that allowed just 117 yards per game in 2010.

Texas has won the Big 12 title game three times. The last title came in 2009. Texas had one of its worst seasons in years in 2010 as it went 5-7 overall and 2-6 in conference play. Despite the struggles, Texas had a solid defense, giving up only 300 yards per game and holding opponents to just 161.6 passing yards per contest.

Oklahoma State has never appeared in the Big 12 Championship Game. Last season, the Cowboys were 11-2 overall and 6-2 in conference play. Oklahoma State has a very potent offense. Last season the Cowboys averaged 537.6 yards of offense per game including 354.7 passing yards per game.

For a complete list of odds to win the 2011 Big 12 Championship, see below

2011 Big 12 Conference Odds to win

Oklahoma 2/5

Texas A&M 3/1

Texas 5/1

Oklahoma St 8/1

Baylor 12/1

Missouri 12/1

Texas Tech 18/1

Kansas St 25/1

Iowa St 80/1

Kansas 100/1

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