The Oregon Ducks are no. 1 in the Pac-12 North division, but they are far from having secured that position, especially with the Washington State Cougars right behind them. Up ahead for the Ducks is a matchup against the Washington Huskies, who could tie the Ducks, record-wise in the conference if they can defeat Oregon at home this weekend. Check out our preview of this game below.
Betting Preview for the Oregon Ducks vs Washington Huskies NCAA Week 10 College Football Game on November 6, 2021
Where: Husky Stadium, Seattle
When: Saturday, November 6, 2021, 7:30 PM ET
TV Broadcast: ABC
Betting on the Oregon Ducks (-6.5)
Record: 7-1 Overall / 4-1 Conference
Oregon continues to move further away from its loss to the Stanford Cardinal on the road earlier this month. Since then, the Ducks have stitched together three wins in a row, including their 52-29 blowout victory over the Colorado Buffaloes in Eugene last Saturday. Quarterback Anthony Brown sizzled under center in that game, passing for 307 yards and three touchdowns with zero interceptions while running back Byron Cardwell went off with 127 rushing yards and a touchdown on just seven carries. Travis Dye added two rushing touchdowns. That’s a nice warm-up for the Ducks’ offense ahead of Oregon’s showdown with the stouter Washington stop unit. On the season, the Ducks are no. 1 in the Pac-12 with 36.1 points per game and second with 204.88 rushing yards per contest. Cardwell and Dye should also be pleased to know that Washington is only 10th in the conference with 4.68 rushing yards allowed per carry.
Oregon is 7-2-1 against the spread in its last 10 games against Washington.
Betting on the Washington Huskies (+6.5)
Record: 4-4 Overall / 3-2 Conference
Washington has also scored consecutive wins in its last two games. It defeated the going-nowhere Arizona Wildcats on the road on Oct. 22, 21-16, before taking care of business away from home in a 20-13 victory over the Stanford Cardinal on Oct .30. The Huskies hope that the success continues when they play their first game at Husky Stadium in quite a while. The last time Washington played at home was on Sep. 25, which was the Huskies defeated the California Golden Bears, 31-24 (OT). Dylan Morris came through in the clutch for Washington in the Stanford game and finished with 146 passing yards and a touchdown on 17/25 completions. That wasn’t much, but Washington has the ability to diminish the production of the opposing quarterbacks as well. In fact, Washington no. 1 in the nation with just 146.3 passing yards allowed per game.
The under is 3-1 in Washington’s last four games as the home team.
Oregon wins, 33-23.
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