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Oklahoma Vs Tulane NCAA Football Betting Odds and Trends | 9/4/2021

The No. 2 Oklahoma Sooners (0-0) and the Tulane Green Wave (0-0) square off in college football action at Yulman Stadium in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Sooners (-26.5) visit the Green Wave (+1300 on the moneyline to win) on September 4, 2021 at 12:00 PM ET on ABC. Oddsmakers have installed a total of 69.5 points for the matchup.

Before you place a bet on this game, take a look at this article for the best available odds and everything else you need to know about the matchup — from key metrics and player stats to betting trends and more.

The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of August 24, 2021, 12:00 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Oklahoma Vs. Tulane Betting Odds

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Oklahoma Offense Vs. Tulane Defense (2020)

Oklahoma Offense Stats (Rank) Tulane Defense
43.0 (6) Points/Gm 28.1 (57)
494.7 (11) Yards/Gm 422.0 (77)
315.0 (14) Pass Yards/Gm 278.7 (115)
179.7 (49) Rush Yards/Gm 143.3 (42)
9.6 (8) Yards/Pass 8.5 (110)
4.7 (41) Yards/Rush 3.4 (15)
40.1% (62) 3rd Down % 40.0% (61)
14 (72) Turnovers 19 (18)
23 (91) Sacks 37 (3)

Tulane Offense Vs. Oklahoma Defense (2020)

Tulane Offense Stats (Rank) Oklahoma Defense
34.7 (22) Points/Gm 21.7 (28)
394.0 (63) Yards/Gm 351.5 (30)
176.7 (109) Pass Yards/Gm 245.5 (82)
217.3 (17) Rush Yards/Gm 106.0 (9)
6.8 (86) Yards/Pass 6.6 (21)
5.1 (22) Yards/Rush 3.5 (20)
33.8% (104) 3rd Down % 27.9% (4)
14 (72) Turnovers 19 (18)
34 (121) Sacks 37 (3)

When Oklahoma Has The Ball

  • The Sooners’ passing attack averaged 9.6 yards per pass attempt last season (eighth in FBS). The Green Wave allowed 8.5 per pass (110th).
  • Oklahoma averaged 315.0 passing yards per game last year, 14th in the FBS. It’ll face a Tulane pass defense that struggled a season ago, allowing 278.7 per game and ranking 115th.
  • The Sooners gave up 23 sacks last season to rank 91st in college football. The Green Wave’s defense totaled 37 (third-most).
  • Tulane’s defense ranked 77th in yards allowed per game last year (422.0), while Oklahoma’s offense was 11th in college football at 494.7 yards per game.

When Tulane Has The Ball

  • The Green Wave’s pass protection resulted in 34 sacks conceded last season, seventh-most in college football. The Sooners’ defense compiled 37 (third-most).
  • Oklahoma’s opponents managed a 27.9% conversion rate on third downs last season (fourth in the FBS), compared to the 33.8% third-down conversion rate for Tulane on offense (104th in college football).
  • The Green Wave averaged 6.8 yards per pass attempt last season (86th in the FBS) compared to the 6.6 per pass the Sooners gave up (21st in college football).
  • Tulane ranked 72nd in college football last season, committing 14 turnovers, while Oklahoma was 18th with 19 turnovers forced.

Oklahoma Betting Trends And Insights

  • Oklahoma won six games against the spread last season, while failing to cover three times.
  • The Sooners were favored by 26.5 points or more three times last season, and covered the spread in two of those contests.
  • Oklahoma and its opponents combined to go over the point total four out of nine times last season.
  • Oklahoma and its opponents went over 69.5 combined points in three of nine games last season.
  • The Sooners put together a 5-2 record in games they were listed as the moneyline favorite last season (winning 71.4% of those games).

Tulane Betting Trends And Insights

  • Tulane compiled a 7-4-0 ATS record last season.
  • Tulane and its opponents combined to go over the point total six out of 11 times last year.
  • Oklahoma and its opponents went over 69.5 combined points in three of nine games last season.
  • Last season, the Green Wave were listed as the underdog in four games and failed to win any of those contests.

Oklahoma Players To Watch

  • Spencer Rattler racked up 3,031 passing yards (275.5 yards per game) with a 67.5% completion percentage last year (214-of-317), while throwing 28 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also added 160 rushing yards on 81 carries with six touchdowns, averaging 14.5 yards per game.
  • A season ago, Rhamondre Stevenson churned out 665 rushing yards (110.8 yards per game) and scored seven touchdowns. He added 18 catches for 211 yards (35.2 receiving yards per game).
  • Last season T.J. Pledger rushed for 451 yards on 95 carries (50.1 ypg), with five rushing touchdowns.
  • Last season, Marvin Mims had 37 catches for 610 yards (55.5 ypg) with nine touchdowns.
  • Theo Wease Jr.’s stat line last year showed 37 grabs for 530 yards and four touchdowns. He put up 48.2 receiving yards per game.
  • Austin Stogner caught 26 passes for 422 yards and three touchdowns, averaging 52.8 yards per game last season.

Tulane Players To Watch

  • Michael Pratt threw for 1,806 yards while completing 54.9% of his passes (139-of-253), with 20 touchdowns and eight interceptions last year (180.6 yards per game). He also carried the ball 115 times for 229 yards and eight touchdowns, averaging 22.9 yards per game.
  • A season ago, Stephon Huderson churned out 776 rushing yards (64.7 yards per game) and scored four touchdowns.
  • Last season Cameron Carroll ran for 741 yards on 122 carries (61.8 ypg), with 12 rushing touchdowns.
  • Last season Duece Watts amassed 31 catches for 512 yards (56.9 ypg) with six touchdowns.
  • Jha’Quan Jackson also chipped in with 425 yards on 31 catches and eight touchdowns. He averaged 38.6 receiving yards per game last year.
  • Phat Watts caught 17 passes for 217 yards last year, averaging 21.7 yards per game.

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