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Texas Tech vs. Texas Odds: 80% of the Money on Texas to Cover

Last year, Texas put up 70 on Texas Tech in a 70-35 win that saw 15 touchdowns between the two squads. This year, things are expected to be more competitive. Let's dive into the Texas Tech vs. Texas odds.
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Texas Tech vs. Texas Odds: 80% of the Money on Texas to Cover

After suffering a heartbreaking loss to Alabama in a game where they lost their starter, Quin Ewers, Texas responded nicely with a 41-20 win over UTSA. Now, Ewers is expected to return to take on Texas Tech.

Texas Tech is 1-1 against ranked opponents this year and faces a big test taking on Texas in Week 4 of the college football season. Who comes out on top in this one? Let's take a look at the Texas Tech vs. Texas odds and betting data.

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Texas Tech vs. Texas Start Time & Where to Watch

  • Date: September 24, 2022
  • Game Time: 3:30 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: ESPN

Texas Tech vs. Texas Odds

Texas -777%80%
Texas Tech+723%20%

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Texas Tech vs. Texas Odds Breakdown

Texas enters this game as a touchdown favorite and have received an impressive 80% of the money on them to cover the spread. With Quin Ewers back, it's easy to see why that is.

Ewers balled out in Week 1 going 16 of 24 for 225 yards, two touchdowns, and a 164.6 rating in Texas' dominant win over Louisiana-Monroe. Before suffering a game-ending injury against Bama, he was playing out of his mind. He was 9 of 12 for 134 yards (11.2 yards per attempt) and had Texas in a good spot to pull off the win. With his return will they play well against Texas Tech?

Even if Ewers is slow to bounce back in his return, running back Bijan Robinson is a running back that you can rely on to carry you to victory. He went for 183 yards and three touchdowns in last week's win.

This one will almost certainly be closer than last year but I'm with the public on this one. I don't know how you can pick against that Texas offense with Ewers and Robinson running the show.

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