Oregon vs. Washington St. Odds
The unbeaten and third-ranked Oregon Ducks look to continue to pile on the points when they take on Washington State in Week 6 of the 2010 College Football Season.
Oregon is 5-0 on the year and 2-0 in the Pac-10 while Washington State is just 1-4 on the season and 0-2 in conference play. The game will take place at 5PM ET from Martin Stadium. The Ducks have outscored the Cougars 115-20 in the last two games.
Oddsmakers from online sportsbook SBGGLOBAL have made Oregon a 36.5-point favorite on the road against Washington State. The over/under has been set at a whopping 70 points.
The opening point spread for this game was Oregon -34.5 and dropped to 34 points at one point before slowly climbing up to 36.5. The over/under has not changed since opening at 70.
Oregon has almost been impossible to stop on offense as the Ducks are averaging 56.6 points and 569.2 yards per game. They have scored a minimum of 42 points in each game this season. Darron Thomas has thrown for 1,060 yards and 13 touchdowns and rushed for 219 yards and two scores. LaMichael James has rushed for 712 yards and seven touchdowns as well. On defense, Oregon is holding opponents to 15 points and 339 yards per game.
Washington State has lost four games this season by at least 14 points in all the losses. The Cougars are averaging 21 points and 339.4 yards per game on offense while on defense, they are giving up 42.8 points and 509.8 yards per game. The Cougars have been led this season by Jeff Tuel, who has thrown for 1,233 yards and eight touchdowns. Marquess Wilson has caught 25 passes for 458 yards and two scores.
Trends for this game favor the Ducks as they are 4-1 against the spread in their last five games overall and 20-6 ATS against a team with a losing record. Washington State is just 1-5 ATS in their last six conference games and 2-7 ATS in their last nine games overall.
Oregon has just one injury listed at offensive lineman Everett Benyard III is listed as questionable with an ankle injury. The Cougars have four players out indefinitely and another three listed as doubtful for the game.
The public isn’t jumping on this game much as only 3,984 bets have been made on this game with Oregon getting 87% of the bets -36.5 against Washington State.
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