Texas at Wyoming

After an easy win at home to open the season, No. 2 Texas hits the road for the first time in the 2009 season when it faces Wyoming at 3:30PM ET in War Memorial Stadium.

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A 59-20 win over Louisiana-Monroe kicked off the season for the Longhorns. Colt McCoy had 317 yards passing with two touchdowns in the win, finding Jordan Shipley with eight of those passes for 180 yards. D.J. Monroe had an 89-yard kick return for a touchdown in the win as well. Aside from the Longhorns win was a loss to rival and fellow Big 12 team, Oklahoma, which gives the Longhorns an added boost this week. Texas has high hopes for not only a conference championship, but a national championship, and a loss for the Sooners pushes Texas closer to its goal.

Wyoming is coming off a 29-22 win over Weber State. The Cowboys used a new no-huddle spread offense in the opener that could pose problems for the Longhorns. Last season, Wyoming was among the worst of Football Bowl Subdivision teams, but new coach Dave Christensen brought over the Missouri offense with him to Wyoming, as Christensen was a coordinator for the Tigers before taking his first head coaching gig. Darius Terry had 99 yards rushing and two touchdowns in the win for Wyoming while quarterback Austyn Carta-Samuels threw for 101 yards and rushed for 22.

Oddsmakers from online sports book SBGGLOBAL have made Texas 33.5-point road favorites over Wyoming on Saturday afternoon. The over/under total for this game has been established at 56.5.

College Football Week 2 Betting Trends
Texas is 5-1 ATS in its last 6 games on the road

Texas is 21-3 SU in its last 24 games on the road

Wyoming is 5-12 SU in its last 17 games

TEXAS: 22-8 Over in September

WYOMING: 0-6 ATS 1st half of season
Week 2 College Football Injury Report

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Texas at Wyoming Current Odds

Texas Longhorns -33.5 Over 56.5

Wyoming Cowboys +33.5 Under 56.5

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Posted: 9/12/09 12PM ET


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