Texas vs. West Virginia Betting Odds: Why the Longhorns Have an Edge Here

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Feb/20/2017

The Texas vs. West Virginia betting odds had West Virginia as a big -15.5 favorite at home.  LIVE IN-PLAY WAGERING is available for this game broadcast on ESPN at 9 pm EST in the USA.

West Virginia is a solid 21-6 Straight Up on the season but only two games above the .500 mark Against The Spread. 

Texas is also two games above the .500 mark ATS but seven games below the .500 mark Straight Up.

The Longhorns have actually dominated this series, winning six of the last eight.  The Mountaineers only beat Texas in their last meeting by two points. 

Texas has only lost a game by more than the current spread of 15.5 once this season.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

 

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