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Bet $10 On Kansas State vs. Texas Tech & Get $200 Back When A TD Is Scored

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This weekend Texas Tech will be heading over to Kansas State for a noon kickoff game you won’t want to miss. Here’s what you need to know to take advantage of BetMGM’s amazing offer.

Texas Tech has been a force to be reckoned with this year, their only loss coming to a top ten NC State. Last weekend they won a battle with Texas in OT, proving once again that Texas is simply NOT back. QB Donovan Smith has 9 touchdowns through the air, and his receivers are playing well, averaging over 360 yards per game and 11 total touchdowns. Their rushing game is average, with a little over 100 ypg and 8 touchdowns. If Texas Tech wants the upset, they’re going to have to air it out all game like your room after a night of Taco Bell.

We all know that Oklahoma is leaving the Big 12 to get away from Kansas State. After that electric win against Oklahoma, we can see Kansas State’s formula for success. As Sandra Bullock said in “The Blind Side”, “Run the dang ball!“. They’re averaging about 250 yards per game on the ground, and around 150 more through the air. Texas Tech’s rush defense has not be anything to write home about, allowing around 100 yards a game and I think the Wildcats can take advantage of that.

I think the Wildcats will tear up the Red Raiders 35-24 and cover the spread of 8 points. Take Kansas State, but no matter who wins take your free $200 from BetMGM when a touchdown is scored!

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Written by Intern Ben

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