Oregon vs. Stanford Betting Action Week 5

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Mary Montgomery
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Last year the Ducks beat Stanford at home by less than 20 points, well under the current -27 point spread.  Oregon is also coming off quite the high after beating college football's new darlings, the Colorado Buffaloes, at home last week.


You do have to wonder if there is going to be a let down.  They'll still play well but is there enough in the tank to win by 27 points?

The Ducks head out on the road where they are a little more vulnerable.  They beat Texas Tech in their only road game of the season by six points.

Paolo Uggetti of ESPN writes of Oregon:

"In the face of plenty of Colorado hype coming into Saturday's matchup, the Ducks were the ones who shined as their offense, defense and special teams fired on all cylinders en route to a commanding 42-6 win. It was clear Dan Lanning's team was motivated to not just win, but do it in commanding fashion. Over 500 yards of offense and a suffocating defense did their job against Deion Sanders' team while Bo Nix threw for three touchdowns and ran for another, reminding the rest of the nation that Caleb Williams and Michael Penix Jr. aren't the only Heisman contenders in the Pac-12 this year."

“This is a bring-your-own juice game,” coach Dan Lanning said. “It’s going to be a different atmosphere. But if you step on the grass and it means something to you, you’re going to step on there and try to perform to a certain level because you have pride in the game.”

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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