Much has been made that the 2012 Oklahoma State Cowboys are expected to start a freshman QB in Wes Lunt but the Cowboys have plenty of ammo still. 2012 Oklahoma State Cowboys odds are steeper than an recent years with the departure of NFL talents Jason Blackmon and Brandon Weeden, which actually makes them a sexy underdog pick. The offense has an all-around star in Joseph Randle and if the team can cut down on turnovers they should blow over their mostly weak schedule. Below is an in-depth look at the Big 12 Odds and BCS Odds from our experts. The 2012 Oklahoma State BCS Odds have them at 100-1
College Football Picks Analysis: The QB corps has the freshman Lunt but if he fails to deliver the Cowboys solid backups should be able to pick up the slack. 10 wins should be expected despite having to deal with the Oklahoma Sooners. The O-line will lose 4 starters which could be the biggest issue of all but the receiving corps has some good players if not Blackmon’s. Head Coach Miek Gundy knows how to coach and some surprise upsets could be in store if the 2-time Illinois-state champ Wes Lunt is as good as advertised. The Big 12 Odds are juicy at +1800 and a flier bet on this team with Gundy in the headsets could be a wager outside the box.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys expectations are still high despite losing Blackmon and Weeden but it will be tough to keep up at a national level with a green freshman behind the wheel. At 100-1 the Cowboys are about where they should be but with their proven system a $100 wager that pays ten grand isn’t the worst idea either.
2012 Oklahoma State Odds Play: 100-1 To Win National Title ($100 to win $10,000)