Ut vs arkansas prediction


Who is favored to win Arkansas or Texas?

Caesars Sportsbook lists the Razorbacks as six-point favorites in the latest Texas A&M vs. Arkansas odds, and the over-under for total points scored is set at 138.5.

Who is favored in the Texas Arkansas game?

The No. 7 Texas A&M Aggies (3-0, 0-0 SEC) are favored by 6 points when they hit the road to play the No. 16 Arkansas Razorbacks (3-0, 0-0 SEC) in SEC action on Saturday, September 25, 2021 at AT&T Stadium….Odds for Texas A&M vs. Arkansas.FavoriteSpreadTotalTexas A&M-647.5Sep 24, 2021

Can Texas beat Arkansas?

And the ESPN matchup predictor (based on the Football Power Index) gives Texas a 67 percent chance to beat Arkansas on Sep. 11. There are ways that Texas can go about exploiting weaknesses on this Arkansas team next weekend in a similar way to how Sark and his staff were able to find weaknesses in Louisiana.

What’s the line on the Arkansas Texas game?

As of Saturday morning, the Texas Longhorns are a 7-point favorite against the Arkansas Razorbacks. The over/under is 56.5 points.

What is the point spread on the Texas game?

STANDINGSGameSPREADTOTALULM+38 -110O 68.5 -110Texas-38 -110U 68.5 -110

What are the odds on the Arkansas game today?

Check out these odds, picks and predictions for the contest. Duke is a 3.5-point favorite in the game. It is -180 on the money line and Arkansas is +145. The over/under for the game is set at 145.5 points.

Does Arkansas have a rival?

The Battle Line Rivalry is the name given to the Arkansas–Missouri football rivalry due to the state line between the two states dividing the North and South during the Civil War. It is an American college football rivalry game between the Arkansas Razorbacks and Missouri Tigers.

How many times has Arkansas beat Texas?

Arkansas–Texas football rivalryStatisticsMeetings total79All-time seriesTexas leads, 56–23 (.709)Largest victoryTexas, 54–0 (1894)Longest win streakTexas, 14 (1894–1932)5 more rows

Are Texas and Arkansas rivals?

Arkansas vs. Texas is one of the oldest rivalries in college football.

Will the Razorbacks go to the NCAA tournament in 2022?

– Arkansas, seeded fourth in the West Region, will face Vermont, the region’s No. 13 seed, on Thursday (Mar. 17) in the opening round of the 2022 NCAA Championship. The Razorbacks and Vermont will play in Buffalo’s KeyBank Center and the game will be televised on TNT.

Who wins Texas A&M vs Arkansas?

Arkansas–Texas A&M football rivalryFirst meetingOctober 31, 1903 Texas A&M, 6–0Latest meetingSeptember 25, 2021 Arkansas, 20–10Next meetingSeptember 24, 2022TrophySouthwest Classic TrophyStatistics6 more rows

Score Prediction – Texas 34 Arkansas 24

Texas vs Arkansas are two teams that probably wish they wouldn’t be playing each other this early in the season. Both are coming off 1-0 starts and it’s clear this should be a relatively competitive game. Texas started off their season with a 20-point victory over No. 23 Louisiana.

Texas Longhorns vs. Arkansas Razorbacks Betting Analysis

Both teams start out the season 1-0 SU and 1-0 ATS. Texas is coming into this game with a good record against the spread, covering four of its last six games. I think the coaching difference with Steve Sarkisian will show, and expect the offense to be exciting by throwing a lot of things at the mediocre Arkansas defense.

Texas vs Arkansas odds

Odds via the Covers Line, an average comprised of odds from multiple sportsbooks.

Texas vs Arkansas betting preview

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Over 56.5 (-110)

It was the tale of two offenses in Week 1. The Longhorns looked impressive, gaining 435 yards of total offense on 6.4 yards per play against Louisiana. Arkansas, meanwhile, struggled out of the gate to a 17-7 halftime deficit against Rice before waking up and pulling away for a 38-17 victory.

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Texas at Arkansas odds, spread and lines

Odds provided by Tipico Sportsbook; access USA TODAY Sports’ betting odds for a full list. Lines last updated Thursday at 12:30 p.m. ET.

Money line

Texas (-280) will cost you more than two and a half times your potential winnings, and that’s just too expensive, especially on the road.

What you need to know about Arkansas

The Razorbacks were hampered by 86 penalty yards against the Rice Owls last week, but luckily for them, that wasn’t the tale of the game. Arkansas took its matchup against Rice by a conclusive 38-17 score. The score was close at the half, but Arkansas pulled away in the second half with 31 points.

What you need to know about Texas

Meanwhile, you can’t lose the game if you win every quarter, and that was precisely the Longhorns’ strategy against the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns last week. Texas strolled past Louisiana with points to spare, taking the contest 38-18.

How to make Texas vs. Arkansas picks

The model has simulated Arkansas vs. Texas 10,000 times and the results are in. We can tell you that the model is leaning over, and it’s also generated a point-spread pick that hits in over 50 percent of simulations. You can only see the pick at SportsLine.

When Texas Has the Ball

Things couldn’t have gone much better for the Texas offense in last week’s 38-18 victory over Louisiana. Sophomore running back Bijan Robinson powered the attack with 103 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries. He added four receptions for 73 yards and a score through the air.

When Arkansas Has the Ball

KJ Jefferson didn’t do much against Rice last week to assuage any concerns around Fayetteville about the Arkansas QB room. Arkansas generated a meager average of 6.1 yards when Jefferson threw the ball versus the Owls, who picked him off once. Twelve of Jefferson’s 21 passes found their way to Razorbacks.

Final Analysis

Surprisingly, Texas’ impressive win over Louisiana last week didn’t garner much attention nationally. Perhaps all the “Texas is back” talk has finally grown old.


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