Yes, the title is true; we legally cannot lie to you. Big Casinos are trying to swallow each other whole, and until that happens, we all get a little bit of money in our pockets.
Claim this offer using DraftKings Sportsbook:
- Sign up by clicking here
- Select “Sign Me Up”
- Register & Deposit $5
- Finally, place a $5 bet on Kansas vs. West Virginia and get $200 back win or lose!
Look at Kansas go! Sure, Tennessee Tech’s football team would lose a game to half the penitentiaries within fifty miles of Lawrence, but a win is a win. The Jayhawks were even able to draw their biggest home crowd in eight years, so maybe Kansas isn’t just a basketball school (just kidding). In all seriousness, many experts had Kansas winning four games this year, and I see it. Kansas has a legitimate running attack with nine returning starters on offense and an offensive line that could protect a President. Add on Jalon Daniels’ ability to consistently make the right play, and the Jayhawks have their best offense in ten years. What’s even more impressive, is what Lance Leipold did in the transfer portal on defense. Miami Ohio transfer Lonnie Phelps made an immediate impact in week one, even winning Big 12 defensive player of the week. Phelps wasn’t the only transfer to make his presence felt, and it appears that Kansas’ defense might have had a better glow-up this offseason than Adele.
West Virginia played a hell of a game against an excellent Pitt team. J.T. Daniels looked like the guy, and future NFL talent Dante Stills recorded six tackles and a sack and a half. Beyond that, Bryce Ford-Wheaton, Sam James, and Kaden Prather are a three-headed receiving corps so good that they could probably catch an STD from a Mormon. Vegas likes West Virginia by -12.5, but I think Kansas keeps it closer than that. West Virginia’s offensive line looked weaker than Biden’s border policy last weekend, and Kansas’ pass rush has significantly improved. If Devin Neal can get the run game going behind a good performance from the Jayhawk offensive line, there’s no reason Kansas can’t keep this game competitive. Take West Virginia to win, Kansas to cover, and take your free $200 from DraftKings!