BetMGM: Bet $10 On Kansas vs Texas Tech & Get $200 When A TD Is Scored

 

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Claim this offer using BetMGM:

  1. Sign up for BetMGM by clicking here
  2. Deposit $10 or more into your account
  3. Finally, place a $10 Moneyline bet on Kansas vs Texas Tech and get $200 when a TD is scored.

Jayhawk fans, keep the celebration going! I love any time a fanbase gets to go crazy, and yours is no different. Y’all tore down the goal posts last week — and it was the total right move for the historic moment.

The reaction came after beating Oklahoma State for the first time since 2007. It marks the first time being bowl eligible since 2008. Downing the then-No. 18 Cowboys was also Kansas’ first win over a ranked opponent since 2010 when it beat Georgia Tech, snapping a 44-game losing streak to AP ranked opponents. 

Now, keep making money because this team is for real. If you hadn’t bought in before today, you have fallen behind. We were first at the party before the game against Iowa State. And have not faded. A few picks may have come up short, but the support has been there for weeks. 

Kansas is going to win this game and keep alive the hopes of a 10-win season.

The reason for the success this season is the offense. The team has shifted through two quarterbacks but has not missed much of a beat. Kansas currently ranks in the Top 10 in several statistical categories. It is averaging 7.24 yards per play — which ranks fourth in the country behind Ohio State, TCU, and UCLA. The Jayhawks also rank fifth in team passing efficiency (174.31), eighth in third down conversions (52.4%), and third in fewest sacks allowed (5). It is too late into the season to dismiss Top 10 rankings as a fluke. That is a formula. 

Backup quarterback Jason Bean made his fourth start last weekend. He and running back Devin Neal paced the suddenly-dynamic Jayhawks attack into scoring at least 35 points for a fourth straight game. 

Bean completed 18-of-23 passes for 203 yards and two touchdowns. He added four carries for 93 yards — one of which was a 73-yard score you have to see. Neal led the team in both rushing (224) and receiving (110) yards. 

Texas Tech is coming into the contest losing its last two games. It fell to Baylor, 45-17, at home and was beaten on the road by No. 7 TCU, 34-24. Some will note that the Red Raiders are 4-1 at home this season. Please recognize that those are wins over Murray State (63-10), Houston (33-30, 2OT), Texas (37-34, OT), and West Virginia (48-10). Tech is just the next step on the way to a historic season. 

The Red Raiders will not be able to slow the actual for the real offense. Take Kansas on the moneyline and get your $200 back when a TD is scored!

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