College hoops fans get an early treat Saturday when the TCU Horned Frogs travel to face the Oklahoma Sooners at 1 p.m. ET in a nationally televised showdown on ESPNU. Oklahoma is favored by five points, unchanged from the open.
In this huge Big 12 basketball showdown that could have major implications on NCAA Tournament seeding come March, you need to see what SportsLine data scientist Stephen Oh has to say.
That win improved Oh to a sizzling 6-1 over his past seven college basketball picks. Anyone who has followed his picks is up big.
Part of his success: He co-founded AccuScore and specializes in sports simulations, projections and statistical analysis.
Now, he has analyzed TCU vs. Oklahoma on Saturday from every possible angle and locked in his pick. He’s sharing it over at SportsLine.
Oh has taken into account Oklahoma’s strong recent performances. The ninth-ranked Sooners have won 11 of their past 12 games, including a thrilling one-point road victory over TCU earlier this season.
They’ve done it thanks to an elite offense. The Sooners rank second in the nation and first in the Big 12 in scoring offense, averaging 93.1 points.
Trae Young, Oklahoma’s sensational freshman, heads into Saturday’s contest averaging 29.2 points and 10.1 assists.
But just because Young and the Sooners come into this matchup with momentum doesn’t mean that they’ll be able to cover as five-point favorites.
TCU, which features five players averaging double-digit points, is the 10th-ranked scoring offense in the nation. The Horned Frogs are 4-1 against the spread and straight up in their past five games on the road.
Oh spotted an edge in the five-point line and quickly pounced.
He knows there’s a big x-factor that determines which side of TCU-Oklahoma you need to be all over, and he’s sharing it over at SportsLine.
So what side of TCU-Oklahoma do you need to be all over? Visit SportsLine now to get Stephen Oh’s strong pick for TCU-Oklahoma, and see what huge x-factor determines which side you need to be all over, all from an expert gunning for his seventh correct college basketball pick in his past eight tries, and find out.