The Oregon Ducks moved up in the latest College Football Playoff rankings, and they have positioned themselves to be in a good spot down the stretch as long as they keep on winning. Meanwhile, Washington State could find themselves in the driver’s seat in the Pac-12 North with a victory, so both programs have everything to play for on Saturday night.
Here’s all the data you’ll want, and a pick for the game!
Oregon: 15 overall, 15 offense, 30 defense
Washington State: 67 overall, 39 offense, 86 defense
OL Ryan Walk - Out (leg)
S Steve Stephens IV - Questionable (lower body)
No new injuries to report
Against The Spread
Oregon: 3-6 ATS
Washington State: 6-3 ATS
Oregon: Over 4-5
Washington State: Over 2-7
Returning/Overall Talent from 247Sports
Oregon: 9 overall, 8 offense, 7 defense
Washington State: 61 overall, 48 offense, 68 defense
Current lines at DraftKings Sportsbook
Spread: Oregon -14
Moneyline: Oregon -630, Washington State +450
Opening line: Oregon -14.5
Opening total: 58.5
Washington State +14
It would’ve been great to get this number at +14.5 when it opened, but the Cougars should keep the deficit within two touchdowns. Washington State has played surprisingly well after the loss of head coach Nick Rolovich and four assistants. Meanwhile, Oregon doesn’t seem to have that killer instinct to blow teams out. The only two FBS teams the Ducks beat by more than two touchdowns are the Arizona Wildcats and Colorado Buffaloes, which have a combined three Pac-12 wins.
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