The No. 13 Oregon Ducks (3-1) will face off against their Pac-12-rival, the Stanford Cardinal (1-1) in a matchup on Saturday, October 1, 2022 at Autzen Stadium. The Cardinal will need their best effort to pull off an upset, they are currently 16-point underdogs. The over/under is 62.5 in the outing.
Oregon vs. Stanford Predictions
Oregon vs. Stanford Odds
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Oregon vs. Stanford Betting Trends
- Oregon has covered the spread in a game two times this season (2-2-0).
- The Ducks have a perfect 1-0 ATS record when playing as at least 16-point favorites.
- Oregon’s games have gone over the total three times this season.
- Oregon has been the moneyline favorite a total of three times this season, and they’ve won all of those games.
- Oregon has played as a moneyline favorite of -688 or shorter in just one game this season, which it won.
- Stanford is winless against the spread this year (0-3-0).
- Games involving Stanford has hit the over once this season.
- Stanford has lost both games it has played as underdogs this season.
- Stanford has played as an underdog of +477 or more once this season and won that game.
Oregon vs. Stanford: Over/Under Trends
- This season, Oregon games have seen a combined score higher than this matchup’s 62.5-point total twice.
- This season, one Stanford game has finished with more combined scoring than Saturday’s point total of 62.5.
- The Ducks average 39.5 points per game against the Cardinal’s 34.5, amounting to 11.5 points over the contest’s over/under of 62.5.
- These two teams surrender a combined 56.5 points per game, 6.0 points less than this contest’s over/under.
- This season the average total for Ducks games is 59.9 points, 2.6 fewer than the over/under of 62.5 points for this contest.
- The over/under for this game is 3.0 points more than the average over/under in Cardinal’s games this season (59.5 points).
Oregon Players to Watch
- Bo Nix leads Oregon with 1,100 passing yards (275.0 ypg) on 95-of-132 passing with 10 touchdowns compared to three interceptions this season. He also adds 120 rushing yards (30.0 ypg) on 26 carries while scoring three touchdowns on the ground.
- Mar’Keise Irving has carried the ball 38 times for a team-high 265 yards (66.3 per game), with one touchdown this year.
- This season Noah Whittington has racked up 178 yards (44.5 per game) on 35 attempts with one touchdown.
- Troy Franklin’s team-high 339 receiving yards (84.8 yards per game) have come on 20 receptions with two touchdowns.
- Chase Cota has reeled in 14 passes for 163 yards (40.8 yards per game) this year.
- Dont’e Thornton’s seven catches are good enough for 122 yards (30.5 ypg).
Stanford Players to Watch
- Tanner McKee has thrown for 814 yards (271.3 ypg) to lead Stanford, completing 67% of his passes and tossing six touchdown passes and four interceptions this season.
- E.J. Smith’s team-high 206 rushing yards (68.7 per game) have come on 30 carries, with three touchdowns this year. He’s also added eight catches for 63 yards (21.0 per game) and one touchdown.
- This season Casey Filkins has rushed for 197 yards (65.7 per game) on 42 carries with two touchdowns, while also catching six passes for 87 yards (29.0 per game).
- Michael Wilson’s 288 receiving yards (96.0 yards per game) pace all receivers on the team. He’s totaled 13 receptions and four touchdowns.
- John Humphreys has recorded 122 receiving yards (40.7 yards per game) and one touchdown, reeling in seven passes this year.
- Elijah Higgins’ nine catches have netted him 103 yards (34.3 ypg).
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