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Oklahoma vs. Nebraska CBB Prediction and Odds - Nov 24, 2022

Nebraska and Oklahoma lock horns in College Basketball action at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex on Thanksgiving Day, starting at 5:00PM ET.

Dimers' free betting picks for Oklahoma vs. Nebraska, plus game predictions and betting odds, are featured below.


Who will win Oklahoma vs. Nebraska?

Based on trusted machine learning and data, Dimers.com has simulated Thursday's Oklahoma-Nebraska College Basketball game 10,000 times.

Dimers' revolutionary predictive analytics model, DimersBOT, gives Oklahoma a 72% chance of defeating Nebraska.

More: Oklahoma vs. Nebraska Simulated 10,000 Times

Oklahoma vs. Nebraska Game Odds

  • Spread: Nebraska +6 (-110), Oklahoma -6 (-110)
  • Moneyline: Nebraska +250, Oklahoma -250
  • Total: Over/Under 132.5 (-110/-110)

Point Spread, Moneyline and Over/Under

Nebraska is the +6 underdog versus Oklahoma, with -110 at PointsBet the best odds currently available.

For the favored Oklahoma (-6) to cover the spread, PointsBet also has the best odds currently on offer at -110.

DraftKings Sportsbook currently has the best moneyline odds for Nebraska at +250, which means you can bet $100 to profit $250, earning a total payout of $350, if it wins.

Meanwhile, PointsBet currently has the best moneyline odds for Oklahoma at -250, where you can risk $250 to win $100, for a total payout of $350, if it comes out on top.

The Over/Under is set at 132.5 with PointsBet, which currently has the best odds for the Over at -110, as well as the best odds for the Under at -110.

As always, check out all the legal sportbooks available in your state for the best College Basketball odds and lines.

According to DimersBOT, Nebraska (+6) is a 55% chance of covering the spread, while the Over/Under total of 132.5 points is considered an equal 50-50 chance of hitting.

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Best Bets for Oklahoma vs. Nebraska

  • Spread: Nebraska +6 @ -110 via PointsBet (55% probability)
  • Moneyline: Oklahoma @ -250 via PointsBet (72% probability)
  • Total: Over 132.5 @ -110 via PointsBet (50% probability)


Dimers' best bets are based on detailed simulations and wagering intelligence to bring you the best possible plays 24/7/365.

Oklahoma vs. Nebraska Prediction

Dimers.com's predicted final score for Oklahoma vs. Nebraska at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex on Thursday has Oklahoma prevailing 69-63.

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Dimers has full betting coverage of Thursday's Oklahoma-Nebraska matchup, including pregame predictions, computer picks, and live win probabilities.

Don't forget, DimersBOT updates often, so keep checking this article for any changes to our betting analysis before Oklahoma vs. Nebraska on Thursday November 24, 2022.


Oklahoma vs. Nebraska 2022 CBB Game Info

Thursday's matchup between Nebraska and Oklahoma in College Basketball at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex is scheduled to begin at 5:00PM ET.

  • Who: Oklahoma vs. Nebraska
  • Date: Thursday November 24, 2022
  • Time: 5:00PM ET / 2:00PM PT
  • Venue: ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex

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