No. 2 Oregon welcomes Pac-12 North Division rival Washington to Autzen Stadium tonight as the two schools attempt to keep their conference records unblemished (10:30pm ET start time, ESPN). College Football Saturday odds are, to no one surprise, leaning heavily the Ducks way. Chip Kelly’s squad is a -25 against the spread home favorite and it is drawing a prohibitive -2300 odds on the moneyline ($2300 wins $100). Tonight’s Pac-12 game total is set at 62 points.
Washington improved to 3-1 overall and 1-0 in conference play last week when it upset Stanford 17-13 at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. Many were calling for a Huskies cover if not outright victory against the Cardinal, but no one expects them to challenge the Ducks this evening.
Washington’s defense is solid and it posed a number of problems to Stanford’s limited offense, but Oregon presents far more challenges to a defense than any team the Huskies have faced thus far and that includes LSU.
The 5-0 Ducks have not scored fewer than 40 points this season and they are averaging over 550 yards per game. Of course, Washington is more aware than most when it comes to Oregon’s offensive exploits.
The Huskies have lost eight straight games to the Ducks, a streak that can be attributed in no small part to Oregon’s ability to put points on the scoreboard. The Ducks won those eight games by an average of 25.3 points per game (7-0-1 against the spread) after averaging 42.4 points per contest.
Washington vs Oregon College Football Odds:
Washington Huskies +25 (-110), Over 62 (-110), +1400 (Moneyline)
Oregon Ducks -25 (-110), Under 62 (-110), -2300 (Moneyline)
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