Stanford vs. Oregon Odds

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C Costigan
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Stanford vs. Oregon


Stanford vs. Oregon odds had the home team Ducks a 6.5 point favorite with the total at 66.5 at SBG Global

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While the SEC gets all the love and attention the Pac 10 is providing the best college football matchup of the weekend as the 4th ranked Oregon Ducks host the 9th ranked Stanford Cardinal Saturday night at 8PM Eastern time with a telecast on ABC. 

The Stanford Cardinal enters this NCAA Football game with a record of 4-0 straight up and 3-1 against the spread while leaving behind bruised, battered, and bullied opponents along the way.  Last week Stanford toyed with Notre Dame in a 37-14 win and cover as 4 point road favorites.  The Cardinal jumped out to a 34-6 lead before head coach Jim Harbaugh called off the dogs.  Quarterback Andrew Luck passed for 238 yards and a touchdown and Stephan Taylor ran for 108 yards.  Keep in mind that Stanford destroyed UCLA on the road 35-0 in week 2, the same UCLA team that dominated Texas in a big road win last week.  Stanford ranks 4th in the nation for scoring and 12th overall for team defense.  Luck is one of the top NFL prospects in the game even though he is only a sophomore.  Harbaugh has shaped this team in his own image.  It is smart, tough, and no-nonsense.

The Oregon Ducks are also 4-0 straight up and have gotten the money in 3 out of 4 games.  Oregon is a more speed oriented team that Stanford and leads the nation in scoring offense.  The defense ranks a respectable 23rd in the country and an even better 4th overall for points allowed.  Last week in their Pac 10 opener at Arizona State the Ducks scored a 42-31 win although they failed to cover the 11.5 point spread.  Oregon has gone over the total in 3 out of 4 games.

The matchup of Oregon’s speed and Stanford’s muscle makes for the most intriguing matchup of the weekend.  And unlike the Florida at Alabama SEC matchup that rivals this college football game, there is no possibility of a rematch since the Pac 10 has no championship game.

Oregon is one of the toughest venues to play at with a fanatical and loud fan base that is right on top of the action.  This will be a supreme test for Harbaugh’s bullies.

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