Oklahoma Sooners at UTSA Roadrunners ATS Prediction

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Expect a fast-paced game when the Oklahoma Sooners (1-0) head to UTSA to play the Roadrunners (0-1). The game begins at 8 p.m. ET on Monday, November 12, 2018.

Oklahoma Sooners vs. UTSA Roadrunners ATS Odds

In their last game, the Roadrunners lost a close one to the St. Edwards Hilltoppers, 77-76, while the Sooners defeated the UT Rio Grande Valley Vaqueros, 91-76.

Oklahoma dominated nearly every stat category in the game. They had a free throw rate of 0.379 and an effective field goal percentage of 0.595. UT Rio Grande Valley recorded marks of 0.130 and 0.486, respectively, for those same stats. UTSA, meanwhile, had a much better offensive rebounding percentage (33.3 vs. 23.3). Giovanni De Nicolao had a good outing for UTSA, putting up 13 points, eight rebounds and six assists. Oklahoma received a boost from Christian James, who recorded 29 points.

The Sooners won the lone contest between these two teams last year, 97-85. Oklahoma’s free throw rate was their biggest strength over UTSA. The Sooners had a rate of 0.148, while the Roadrunners posted a mark of 0.123.

There should be plenty of transition action in this contest that features two of the country’s more up-and-down teams. UTSA ranks 29th in possessions per game (73.8) and Oklahoma is seventh (76.5) dating back to the 2017-18 season.

Oklahoma vs. UTSA Betting Pick

Free College Basketball Pick: SU Winner – UTSA, ATS Winner – UTSA, O/U – Under

Betting Notes (2017-Present):

  • UTSA averages 40.1 rebounds per game, which ranks 14th in the country. Oklahoma ranks 300th in rebounds allowed per game (38.8).
  • The Sooners rank 30th in blocks per game (4.8) while the Roadrunners rank 205th (2.7).
  • UTSA ranks 113th in assists allowed per game (12.7) while Oklahoma ranks 254th (14.8).
  • The Roadrunners rank 16th in three pointers attempted per game (27.9) while the Sooners rank 288th in three pointers allowed per game (25.1).
  • UTSA ranks 43rd in steals allowed per game (5.3) while Oklahoma ranks 220th (6.8).