Pac-12 opponents will clash when the No. 13 Oregon Ducks (3-1) battle the Stanford Cardinal (1-2).
Oregon vs. Stanford Odds
The spread for this matchup is set at 17 points, with oddsmakers listing Oregon as the favorites.
As for the moneyline, Oregon has -808 odds to pick up the win, while Stanford is listed at +544 to claim victory.
Finally, the over/under for the game is set at 63 points.
How to Watch Oregon vs. Stanford Live?
- Game Day: Saturday, October 1, 2022
- Game Time: 11:00 PM ET
- TV Channel: Fox Sports 1
- Location: Eugene, Oregon
- Stadium: Autzen Stadium
Oregon has the 78th-ranked defense this season (388.0 yards allowed per game), and has been better offensively, ranking 17th-best with a tally of 495.0 yards per game. Oregon ranks 97th in scoring defense this year (31.0 points allowed per game), but has been thriving on the offensive side of the ball, ranking 22nd-best in the FBS with 39.5 points per game. While Oregon ranks seventh-worst in the FBS in passing defense with 301.5 passing yards allowed per game, it’s been a different situation on offense, as the offensive unit ranks 24th-best in the FBS (296.8 passing yards per game). On defense, Oregon has been a top-25 unit in terms of rushing yards, ranking 16th-best by allowing just 86.5 per game. The Ducks rank 27th on offense (198.3 rushing yards per game). Despite sporting a bottom-25 defense on third down that ranks fourth-worst in the FBS (54.0% third-down percentage), Oregon has played better on the other side of the ball, ranking 27th in the FBS by posting a 48.1% third-down conversion rate. With four forced turnovers (105th in the FBS) against four turnovers committed (26th in the FBS), Oregon’s even turnover margin ranks 100th in college football.
Stanford is compiling 436.7 total yards per game on offense this season (49th-ranked). Meanwhile, it is allowing 400.3 total yards per contest (89th-ranked). Stanford ranks 71st in the FBS with 30.3 points per game on offense, and it ranks 94th with 30.3 points ceded per game on the defensive side of the ball. In terms of passing, Stanford ranks 38th in the FBS (278.0 passing yards per game) and 78th on defense (236.3 passing yards allowed per contest). With 158.7 rushing yards per game on offense, Stanford ranks 71st in the FBS. On defense it ranks 91st, giving up 164.0 rushing yards per contest. With a 41.2% third-down conversion percentage on offense, Stanford ranks 60th in the FBS. On defense, it ranks 32nd, surrendering a 30.8% third-down rate. Stanford owns a -10 turnover margin this season, which ranks 100th in the FBS.
Oregon vs. Stanford Betting Analysis
Oregon Betting Insights
Oregon has covered the spread two times this season (2-1-0). Oregon has a perfect 1-0 ATS record when playing as at least 17-point favorites. All Oregon games have gone over the total this season. The Ducks have not yet lost a game they played as the moneyline favorite this season, going 3-0. The Ducks have played as a moneyline favorite of -808 or shorter in just one game this season, which they won.
Cardinal Betting Insights
Stanford is winless against the spread this season (0-3-0). Stanford games have gone over the total once this year. The Cardinal have lost both games they’ve played as underdogs this season. The Cardinal have played as an underdog of +544 or more once this season and won that game.
Oregon vs. Stanford Against The Spread & Betting Records
|Point Total AVG||61.8||64.3||57.0|
|Implied Total AVG||37.3||40.0||32.0|
|Moneyline Favorite Record||3-0||2-0||1-0|
|Moneyline Underdog Record||0-0||0-0||0-0|
|Point Total AVG||60.0||58.8||62.5|
|Implied Total AVG||40.3||41.5||38.0|
|Moneyline Favorite Record||0-0||0-0||0-0|
|Moneyline Underdog Record||0-2||0-1||0-1|
Players to Watch
- DJ Johnson has helped carry the Ducks’ defense with 12 tackles, 3.0 TFL, and three sacks in four games.
- The Ducks’ defense has been helped by the play of Trikweze Bridges, who has played four games and amassed 11 tackles and two interceptions.
- Noah Sewell has helped carry the Ducks’ defense with 17 tackles, 2.0 TFL, and one sack in four games.
- The Ducks’ defense has been aided by Christian Gonzalez, who has played four games, delivering 14 tackles and one interception.
- Stephen Herron has amassed five tackles, 2.0 TFL, and 1.5 sacks in three games for the Cardinal.
- The Cardinal’s Ricky Miezan has totaled 1.5 sacks to go with 1.0 TFL and six tackles in three games.
- Pat Fields has been doing his part on defense, amassing 1.0 sack to go with 1.0 TFL and six tackles for the Cardinal.
- Kendall Williamson has registered one interception to go with six tackles and one pass defended In three games for the Cardinal.
Oregon vs. Stanford Predictions and Pick
Oregon vs. Stanford betting card
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Our pick to win this contest is Oregon, and we expect that Stanford will cover the spread (Oregon -17). Finally, we see the scoring in this one going over the posted total of 63 points.