[12:02 PM] TCU @ Kansas

What will be the GAME RESULT?

TCU: Wins By 30+ Points

Any Other Result


Current odds:

TCU (-28.5): (-110)

Kansas (+28.5): (-110)


ESPN simulations have Kansas as 51.3% favorites to cover the spread.

70% of sports bets are currently on TCU to win as (XX) favorites.

The line for this game is TCU by 28.5 points.

TCU isn’t part of the playoff conversation like the past two seasons, but the Horned Frogs are still gunning for the Big 12 title as they enter Saturday’s road contest at Kansas. TCU is on the wrong side of the tracks in that pursuit as well after dropping a 52-46 shootout to Oklahoma last Saturday.

Hill has topped 400 passing yards in three of his first five games at the school and has passed for 1,936 yards and 11 touchdowns. Junior running back Kyle Hicks has a team-best 375 rushing yards and a team-leading 26 receptions, while junior-college transfer Taj Williams (24 catches for 488 yards and four touchdowns) had the fourth-best receiving-yardage outing in Horned Frogs’ history with 210 yards against Oklahoma. TCU’s shaky defense has allowed more than 40 points on three occasions this season despite receiving stellar play from sophomore outside linebacker Ty Summers (team-best 52 tackles).

Willis has completed 58.4 percent of his passes for 374 yards, three touchdowns and one interception and Beaty said he has been more efficient in recent games than Cozart (62.6 percent for 581 yards, six touchdowns and four interceptions). Sophomore receiver Steven Sims Jr. has performed well with 17 receptions for a team-best 312 yards and five touchdowns, but the running game has struggled with senior Ke’aun Kinner (179 yards) being the most productive back. Sophomore defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. has a team-best four sacks and senior safety Fish Smithson has a team-leading two interceptions for a unit that has allowed 135 total points over its last three contests.

TCU holds a 20-8-4 series edge after recording a 23-17 victory in last season’s meeting.

Jayhawks junior OLB Joe Dineen Jr. (leg) is a game-time decision — and has 16 tackles, three for losses — after missing the previous contest against Texas Tech.

The Horned Frogs have struggled to stop opponents on third downs — ranking in a tie for 98th nationally at 43.5 percent.
StreakSmarts Pick: Any Other Result

Confidence: 5/10

StreakSmarter Pick