NCAAB: Kansas vs. Oklahoma Predictions – Saturday, Feb. 17

Feb 4, 2023; Ames, Iowa, USA; Kansas Jayhawks guard Kevin McCullar Jr. (15) reacts during a game against the Iowa State Cyclones at James H. Hilton Coliseum.
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Kansas vs. Oklahoma Predictions – Saturday, Feb. 17

The Kansas Jayhawks (19-6) are set to face off against the Oklahoma Sooners (18-7) in a highly anticipated Big 12 showdown. With both teams looking to rebound from recent losses, this matchup at the Lloyd Noble Center promises to be a battle of resilience and strategy. We have your Kansas vs. Oklahoma predictions below.

Kansas vs. Oklahoma Odds

Game Info

  • Date: Saturday, Feb. 17
  • Time: 04:00 PM ET
  • Location: Lloyd Noble Center – Norman, OK
  • TV: ESPN

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Kansas Jayhawks Betting Trends

  • On the road, Kansas Jayhawks are 2 and 5 this season.
  • Against the spread this season, Kansas Jayhawks are 10 and 14.
  • Against the spread on the road, Kansas Jayhawks are 3 and 7.

Oklahoma Sooners Betting Trends

  • At home, Oklahoma Sooners are 13 and 2 this season.
  • Against the spread this season, Oklahoma Sooners are 13 and 12.
  • Against the spread at home, Oklahoma Sooners are 9 and 8.

Kansas vs. Oklahoma Predictions

The Kansas Jayhawks, despite their struggles on the road, have shown resilience and the ability to bounce back after tough games. With a strong offensive lineup and the potential return of Kevin McCullar Jr., their scoring capabilities could overwhelm the Oklahoma Sooners’ defense. The Jayhawks’ superior assist numbers, leading the nation, indicate a team that works well together and can find scoring opportunities against tight defenses. Additionally, their ability to dominate the boards with Hunter Dickinson’s presence could give them second-chance points and limit Oklahoma’s offensive rebounds.

Oklahoma’s home record is impressive, but Kansas has the offensive firepower to challenge the Sooners’ defense. The Jayhawks’ need to secure a road win to bolster their conference record adds an extra layer of motivation. Considering the close moneyline odds, the value lies with the Jayhawks, who have the talent and urgency to secure a victory. The recent trends suggest a close game, but Kansas’ overall performance this season and their high stakes in conference play give them the edge in this matchup.

The Pick: Kansas Jayhawks -114 (BetRivers)