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

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Kansas has won its first two games of the season since Mitt Romney was running for President. The last time a Kansas football team started off the season this hot, current freshmen in college were seven years old. What’s so impressive about this Jayhawk run isn’t the fact that Kansas’ offensive line has protected the men behind them more effectively than any Trojan condom or Jalon Daniels playing quarterback like he’s gunning for a Heisman. It’s their grit. The Jayhawks refused to quit after trailing 21-7. Kansas converted eleven of fifteen times on third down in winning for just the second time in twelve meetings with West Virginia. After Kansas rushed for 297 yards a week ago, they had 200 yards against the Mountaineers, an average of 5.6 yards per run. This team is fighting like they’re in the plot of We Are Marshall, except *knock on wood* there’s no plane crash.

Houston looks ugly this year- like, the girl who doesn’t let her friend go home with you because no guys talk to her ugly. The Cougars returned many players from a good team last year, along with the acquisition of transfers Tyler Johnson (Texas) and Cody Jackson (Oklahoma), so expectations were high, but they have not come to fruition. In week one, the Cougars almost lost to UTSA, and Houston had just fifteen first downs and eleven penalties last week. Houston still has more offensive weapons than a Kyle Rittenhouse dream, but their secondary has looked weaker than an Antifa guy from the northeast. Clayton Tune and the Cougars’ offense can put up points, but their defense is even worse than West Virginia’s. Vegas likes Houston -9.5, but Kansas has a real chance to win this game, not just cover. West Virginia was favored by thirteen points last week, and the Jayhawks ruined their season. I don’t think Lance Leipold and his team are afraid of Houston at all. Take Kansas to win, cover, and take your free $200 from BetMGM when a TD is scored!

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