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Oregon Hosts Washington In Pac-12 Power Betting Clash

Washington Huskies vs. Oregon Ducks CashBet sportsbook odds and betting info

The Washington Huskies are a vastly improved College Football bets program under new coach Kalen DeBoer.  DeBoer took over a gaslit program but quickly turned it around.  In his first season as a Husky, DeBoer is leading a program renaissance.  Now comes the biggest test of the season for Washington.  The Huskies will face another resurgent program.  Indeed, the Oregon Ducks have emerged as one of the best teams in the nation under rookie coach Dan Lanning.  Oregon was shellacked in its opener against the Georgia Bulldogs.  But the program has transformed itself since that debacle. 

CFB Betting: Washington Huskies vs. Oregon Ducks Information

Date: Saturday, November 12, 2022
Time: 7 p.m. ET
Location: Autzen Stadium, Eugene, Oregon
TV Coverage: FOX

Washington Huskies vs. Oregon DucksBetting Odds

Washington +13½ ( -110 ) 72½ ( -110 ) +415
Oregon -13½ ( -110 ) 72½ ( -110 ) -565
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Washington vs. Oregon CashBet Wagering Analysis

Oregon remains a strong sportsbook odds brand on the board.  And at Autzen Stadium, the Ducks get plenty of love from the casual sector.  Wise Guys will look hard at Washington as the quality road dog. 

Huskies Howling for a Pac-12 Title Shot   

Last game, the Washington Huskies won 24-21 against the Oregon State Beavers as 4.5-point home favorites.  The game went under the Betting on College Football total of 52.5.  Washington has a record of 7-2 straight up, 4-5 against the spread, and 7-2 over/under the total.  Washington ranks 10th for total offense, 1st for passing, 97th for rushing, and 13th for scoring.  Defensively they rank 42nd overall, 80th against the pass, 24th against the rush, and 75th for points allowed.  Also, Washington ranks 4th for fewest turnovers lost and 90th for takeaways.

Peyton Henry made a 22-yard field goal with 8 seconds left to cap a 92-yard scoring driving.  Thus, Washington held off Oregon State to preserve its hopes in the Pac-12 championship game race.  Washington won its third straight and kept alive its slim hopes of finding a spot in the conference title game.

Namely, Michael Penix is the nation’s leader in passing.  He was 30 of 52 for 298 yards and a 24-yard touchdown pass on third-and-goal to Jack Westover in the third quarter.  At the same time, Wayne Taulapapa ran for two touchdowns for the Huskies.  His second TD came early in the fourth quarter to tie the score at 21-21.  Rome Odunze had seven receptions for 102 yards.

Quack Attack Carries Ducks Since Week One Loss

Last game, the Oregon Ducks won 49-10 against the Colorado Buffaloes as 31-point road favorites.  The game went under the bet on NCAAF total of 62.5.  Oregon has a record of 8-1 straight up, 7-2 against the spread, and 6-3 over/under the total.  Oregon ranks 2nd for total offense, 21st for passing, 11th for rushing, and 4th for scoring.  Defensively they rank 77th overall, 117th against the pass, 15th against the rush, and 70th for points allowed.  Also, Oregon ranks 1st for fewest turnovers lost and 37th for takeaways.

Bo Nix and the Oregon offense opened up a bag of tricks.  Nix led the charge with two passing touchdowns, two rushing scores, and a TD grab.  As mentioned earlier, the eighth-ranked Ducks resorted to some trickery.

In fact, Oregon dialed up one gadget play after another.  First, offensive tackle Josh Conerly Jr. caught a 4-yard TD pass to open the scoring.  Linebacker Noah Sewell got the call, too, scoring on a 1-yard dive.  And then Nix got into the trick-play act by catching an 18-yard touchdown pass from tailback Bucky Irving.

The Ducks have now scored 40 or more points in eight straight games for the first time since 2014.  Nix turned in another strong performance, completing 20 of 24 passes for 274 yards and two scores.  Also, he had two rushing touchdowns to give him 13 on the ground.  Irving finished with 120 yards rushing.  Oregon defensive back Christian Gonzalez tormented his former team with a pair of interceptions.

Washington vs. Oregon CashBet Free Pick   

In this situation, Washington makes for a dangerous betting on NCAAF road dog.

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