Look out for offensive fireworks galore this weekend when the Oklahoma State Cowboys host the reeling West Virginia Mountaineers. Let's go over the college football odds for this Big 12 affair and find out where the value truly lies.

Odds Overview

Oklahoma State is favored by 7.5 points for this visit from Geno Smith and team. Neither team has been too profitable ATS this season, with the Cowboys at 3-4 and the Mountaineers sitting at 2-6. 

With two highly productive offenses taking to the field, we see a total of 79.5 on the college football odds board. The OVER is 4-3 for both teams thus far. 

West Virginia Mountaineers 

Wes LuntMan, oh, man, how quickly the tide can turn. The Mountaineers, who once stood at 5-0 with wins over Baylor and Texas, have now dropped three in a row. 

All three opponents were tough (Kansas State, Texas Tech, and TCU), but two of those losses were at home, and the losses to the Red Raiders (49-14) and Wildcats (55-14) weren't even close. 

The loss to TCU was especially tough to swallow considering they lost on a risky two-point conversion by the Horned Frogs, finishing as losers in a 39-38 double-overtime decision. 

In a game wherein the West Virginia running game couldn't get anything going – they totaled just 78 yards on 35 carries, a 2.2 YPC mark – Geno Smith had to take over, and he did a nice job indeed. Smith finished 32-of-54 for 260 yards and three touchdown passes, though he also was intercepted once. 

The Mountaineers defense couldn't stop TCU, however, and that's been a common theme all season. With the #111-ranked total defense, West Virginia could be in a lot of trouble against Oklahoma State. 

Oklahoma State Cowboys 

The Cowboys have had a week to think about what went wrong against Kansas State in a 44-30 loss, but it shouldn't be too difficult to figure it out. They had to deal with Colin Klein. Simple as that. 

Klein was hurt in the game, but not before completing 16-of-22 passes for 245 yards. He then ran 17 times for 64 yards and a score as his Wildcats were able to stay on the field for close to 38 minutes of the 60. 

Oklahoma State looked impressive on the offensive side of things, though, finishing with 504 total yards. Wes Lunt and Clint Chelf combined to throw for 417 yards and two touchdowns, though Lunt was picked off three times. 

Apparently, there's still no word on who'll get the start at quarterback this weekend. Lunt is recovering from the blow he took against the Wildcats, and Chelf looked like he knew what he was doing when he came in. That leaves Mike Gundy with a very interesting decision. 

Whoever is under center will be running the nation's number-two rated total offense. The Cowboys average over 555 yards per game, and their defense (#47) hasn't been that far off the mark either. 

College Football Pick 

Both of these passing offenses are just on another level, which is why we feel the OVER may still be worth a hard look despite the exceptionally high O/U. 

The Cowboys are #8 in scoring offense at 42.5 PPG, and the Mountaineers are right behind at #9 (40.8 PPG). Meanwhile, West Virginia's defense has been atrocious (39.8 points per game allowed), leaving the door wide open for another shootout this weekend. 

These high totals always seem to scare a lot of people away, but re-consider a play on the OVER here. This should be one of those great Big 12 offensive battles that features countless scoring plays. 

OVER 79.5