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Oklahoma Sooners vs. Oregon Ducks 2021 Alamo Bowl Picks & Predictions

Alamo betting odds, expert predictions and preview

Top offshore sportsbooks favor Oklahoma when the Oregon Ducks (10-3 SU, 5-8 ATS) and Oklahoma Sooners (10-2, 5-6-1) clash in the Alamo Bowl. Both schools finished their regular seasons with 1-2 SU skids after they were in contention for a College Football Playoff berth for most of the season. The two programs are slated to meet in the Alamo Bowl with interim head coaches looking to finish their seasons with a win.

The Sooners opened as four-point favorites at the best College Football sportsbooks. They have been bet up to Oklahoma -4.5. Betting on the UNDER has brought the opening total of 63 points down to 61. Oklahoma is 18-1 SU with an average winning margin of 18.8 points in its last 19 games as the favorite.

Oklahoma Sooners vs. Oregon Ducks Odds by MyBookie.ag

Oregon+5 ( -110 )61 ( -110 )+170
Oklahoma-5 ( -110 )61 ( -110 )-200
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Betting Oregon Ducks

Oregon are underducks at top offshore sportsbooks. They Ducks had no reply for the Utah Utes in their two games this season. They got creamed 38-7 in Utah to bring their CFP hopes to a halt. And once again 38-10 in the Pac-12 championship game.

Prior to their first meeting with the Utes, Oregon was 5-0 SU and 3-2 ATS in its previous five contests. They were in control of their own destiny for a playoff berth. Head coach Mario Cristobal left the Ducks this month to take the head coaching positon for the Miami Hurricanes.

He led the Ducks to a 12-2 SU record in 2019 and a 10-3 SU record this year. Current Ducks OC Joe Moorhead will head-coach the bowl game while new hire Dan Lanning remains with the Georgia Bulldogs until their season comes to an end.

Oregon star defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux has declared for the NFL draft. He will skip the Alamo Bowl.

Betting Oklahoma Sooners

The Sooners are favored by top offshore sportsbooks. The Sooners had consistency issues all season long. They still managed to post a 9-0 SU and 4-5 ATS record in their first nine games. The team’s problems finally caught up to them in a 27-14 road loss to the Baylor Bears.

Two games afterward a 37-33 loss on the road to the Oklahoma State Cowboys left Oklahoma out of the Big 12 title picture. The straw that broke the camel’s back came when Lincoln Riley said ‘screw this noise’ and left for the USC Trojans.

Oklahoma has hired Brent Venables to replace Riley. It will be Sooners legend Bob Stoops, however, on the sideline in the Alamo Bowl. Defensive lineman Isaiah Thomas has declared for the NFL draft. He will not play in this matchup.

“We have it planned out. It’ll be a group effort,” Stoops said. “But basically, on defense, Brian Odom will call the plays, and on offense, Cale Gundy will call the plays. Because someone has to.” Gundy, coaches inside receivers. He is Oklahoma’s longest-tenured coach. Stoops hired him way back in 1999. Odom coaches inside linebackers. He is one of the newest. He joined Riley’s staff in 2019.

Oklahoma Sooners vs. Oregon Ducks Alamo Bowl Pick

Oklahoma’s defense has given up 140 or more rushing yards in four of the team’s past six games. That includes a ghastly 296 yards against Baylor. If Oregon succeeds on the ground with running back Travis Dye and quarterback Anthony Brown, a cover or even an upset win could take place.

For all of their troubles, the Sooners have had fairly regular success on offense. They average 38.4 points and 441.6 total yards per game. With a lot of tape to study on how to contain Oregon’s offense courtesy of Utah, Oklahoma has a good chance to win and cover if they don’t let the loss of Riley become a distraction.