Big 12 Futures Odds
Oklahoma is not only the betting favorite to win the Big 12 Title this season, but they are one of the favorites on the Bovada Oddsboard to win the 2015 National Championship.
Oklahoma – Odds: -250
QB Trevor Knight had a solid Sugar Bowl last season and he will be the signal caller to start the season. He only has 5 starts under his belt, but the stacked RB and WR positions should help him out. Not only does OU have the best defense, on paper, in the Big 12, but also all of their big games are at home. Their toughest road game on the conference schedule is facing TCU.
Baylor – Odds: +250
Bryce Petty is back at QB to lead a Baylor offense that led the nation last season averaging 52.4 points per game and 618.8 yards per game. Many skill players are returning so the offense should not be an issue. On defense the Bears were vastly improved last season, but they only return 4 starters on that side of the ball. The Bears have to hit the road to play Oklahoma and Texas this season.
Texas – Odds: +900
Texas has not looked like the Texas of old in the last few seasons, but they have a new head coach in Charlie Strong from Louisville and they return 15 starters. QB David Ash is injury prone and he has to stay healthy for Texas to have a shot. The Longhorns should be ready for conference play with early season games facing BYU and UCLA and their toughest road game in the Big 12 comes at the end of the season facing Oklahoma State.
Oklahoma State +1000
The Cowboys have only 8 returning starters with QB J.W. Walsh being the main one. He is back, but there are big concerns on both sides of the ball. OSU has one of the toughest road schedules in the conferences having to face TCU, Kansas State, Baylor, and Oklahoma.
Kansas State – Odds: +1200
The Wildcats won 6 of their last 7 games last season and they have high hopes this season. Most of the skill players are returning and QB Jake Waters will get the starting nod to begin the season. The defense is usually the strength of KSU, but they return just 5 of their starters. The Wildcats have 5 conference road games including Oklahoma, TCU, and Baylor.
TCU – Odds: +1400
TCU had one of the best defenses in the Big 12 last season and the Horned Frogs return 9 starters on that side of the ball. The squad will play a more up-tempo offense this season, but will they have the players to do it?
Texas Tech – Odds: +3000
The Red Raiders will, once again, have a solid offense returning 9 starters. However, Tech lost their last 5 games of last season and in each one gave up at least 38 points.
Here are the odds to win the Big 12 as at Bovada as of July 31st. Click Here to get their current odds.
Kansas State +1200
Oklahoma State +1000
Texas Tech +3000
West Virginia +9000
Iowa State +15000