Texas Tech vs. Texas betting odds, trends, over/under

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Can the Red Raiders pick up an upset win over the Longhorns?

Texas and Texas Tech will square off on Thursday, with the Longhorns still holding a distant chance at bringing home the Big 12 crown and the Red Raiders hoping for a conference record above .500. You can find all your betting information at OddsShark.

The line opened with Texas as six-point favorites, and it has moved in the Red Raiders' favor, with the Longhorns now at -4. The over/under has stayed steady at 66 points.

The Red Raiders have struggled in the second half of the season, covering the spread in just one of their last six games. The total has gone over in each of their past five games, and eight of their past 11 games against Texas. Texas Tech has won just one of its past ten games against the Longhorns, and has covered the spread in two of its past six outings against Texas.

Meanwhile, the Longhorns have turned things around in the second half, winning six of their past seven games after a dreadful start. The total has gone under in four of their past five games. They've covered the spread in five of their past seven home games against Texas Tech, and the total has gone over in four of their past five home games against the Red Raiders.

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