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Texas vs Texas Tech Betting Odds

The No. 11 Texas Tech Red Raiders play their final home game of the season as the Texas Longhorns visit United Supermarkets Arena. Texas Tech enters tonight’s contest on a seven-game winning streak, while Texas is 2-3 in its last five matches. The Red Raiders have won the last three games against the Longhorns and are an 8.5-point favorite tonight with the total opening at 133 points.

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Standout Stats

  • Texas Tech is 7-0 SU and 6-1 ATS in its last seven games with an average winning margin of 19 and only one win coming by fewer than 11 points. On the other hand, Texas is just 5-4 SU in its last nine games, but is 8-1 ATS over that span, with an average losing margin of 3.75. Texas has only once this season been an underdog of more than 8.5 points – when it closed at +9 vs North Carolina in November for a game it won 92-89.
  • OVERs have been a strong play for both squads recently. Texas Tech has gone OVER in six of its last nine games, with six contests going OVER 133 points. Similarly, the total has gone OVER in five of Texas’ last seven, with only two games going UNDER 133 points.
  • Texas Tech averages nine more ppg at home vs the road up to 76.8, while Texas remains consistent from the road to home, averaging 72.5 in away games. On the defensive side of the ball, the Raiders allow the second-fewest ppg at home at 55.4, seven points fewer than their road games, but the Longhorns allow eight more ppg away from home up to 71.7 ppg.
  • The Longhorns get 41.4 percent of their total points on the road from three-point range, which is the 16th-highest percentage in college hoops, and they hit 36.4 percent of their attempts from out there. The Red Raiders only get 30.1 percent of their offense from downtown at home but do shoot 38.4 percent from long range.
  • Inside the arc, the Red Raiders shot 56.1 percent from two-point range at home, up seven percentage points from the road, while the Longhorns shoot six percentage points worse from that area of the floor down to 48.1 percent.
  • Defensively, when Texas Tech is at home, opponents are only hitting 28.9 percent from beyond the arc, and 38.4 percent from two-point range, the third-lowest mark in the nation. Meanwhile, Texas on the road is limiting its foes to 45.6 percent shooting from inside the arc, but struggles defending the triples, ranking fifth-worst by allowing opponents to hit 42.1 percent from long range.

My Best Bet for Texas vs Texas Tech

Texas Tech -8.5

Of Texas Tech’s last five home games, four have been decided by 19 or more points with an average winning margin of 21.6. Texas will be without leading scorer Kerwin Roach II, who was averaging 15 points per game before being suspended by the team.

The Red Raiders shoot 38.4 percent from beyond the arc at home and the Longhorns have the fifth-worst three-point defense on the road with opponents shooting 42.1 percent from downtown. Texas Tech allows the second-fewest ppg at home this season at 55.4 and Texas surrenders 71.7 ppg in its away games.

Texas Tech allows the second-fewest ppg at home this season (55.4).home Texas has the fifth-worst three-point defense on the road this season with opponents shooting 42.1 percent.away Four of Texas Tech’s last five home wins have been by 19 or more points.home