Kansas vs. Oklahoma Odds How To Watch Streaming: Model Reveals College Basketball Picks For February 11, 2023

The No. 9 Kansas Jayhawks will be looking to wrap up a win of the season against the Oklahoma Sooners when the teams go head-to-head Saturday afternoon on CBS and Paramount+. Kansas recorded a 79-75 win over Oklahoma at home in early January but failed to close the 10.5 point margin. The Sooners have since lost six of their eight games, including an 82-72 setback at No. 14 Baylor on Wednesday. You can stream the game on Paramount+.

Tipoff is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET at the Lloyd Noble Center in Norman. The latest Kansas vs. Oklahoma odds from Caesars Sportsbook list the Jayhawks as 3-point favorites while the over/under for the total is set at 141. Saturday’s showdown will be televised on CBS and streamed live on Paramount+ with their must-have premium schedule.

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How to watch Kansas vs. Oklahoma

  • Date Kansas vs. Oklahoma: Saturday, February 11
  • Time between Kansas and Oklahoma: 1:00 p.m. ET
  • Kansas vs. Oklahoma TV Network: CBS
  • Kansas vs. Oklahoma Live Stream: Paramount+

College Basketball Tips for Oklahoma vs. Kansas

Before you tune into the Kansas vs. Oklahoma game, you must check out college basketball tips from SportsLine’s advanced computer model. The SportsLine projection model simulates each Division I college basketball game 10,000 times. The model enters Week 14 of Season 57-37 with this season’s best college basketball picks, raking in over $1,000 for $100 players. Everyone who has followed him has seen huge returns.

For Oklahoma vs. Kansas, the model predicts the Sooners remaining in the spread as a 3-point home underdog. Kansas has not been its usual dominant self in the Big 12 this season, having lost four of its last six conference games in that matchup. The Jayhawks have come up short in three straight conference road games, including a blowout loss at Iowa State last Saturday.

The Cyclones took the lead in less than two minutes into the contest and never relinquished it, rolling to a 68-53 win as a 1-point home underdog. Oklahoma gave Kansas all it could take at Allen Fieldhouse last month as the Jayhawks needed an 18-4 run late in the game just to walk away with a win. It’s going to be harder for them to accomplish that task on the road against an Oklahoma team that blew up No. 2 Alabama two weeks ago.

The Sooners were 5.5-point underdogs against the Crimson Tide, but senior guard Grant Sherfield poured in 30 points and dished out six assists in the 93-69 final. He was Oklahoma’s all-time leading player that season, averaging 16.8 points and 3.4 assists per game. SportsLine’s model expects him to beat his season averages in both categories on Saturday afternoon, which is one of the reasons the Sooners cover the range well over 50% of the time. Stream the game here.

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Chris Estrada

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