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Oregon Ducks Betting

The Pac 12 North has continued its dominance over the Pac 12 South with Oregon’s 37-15 win over Utah in the Pac 12 Championship Game. The Ducks are now tied with Stanford for the most Pac 12 titles since the conference added two teams in 2011 at three championships apiece, and they have knocked off three separate teams by double digits. Oregon crushed UCLA 49-31 in the inaugural Pac 12 Championship Game in 2011, and the Ducks hammered Arizona 51-13 in the 2014 Pac 12 Championship Game prior. That victory over Utah sent Oregon back to the Rose Bowl. The Ducks have won in their last two trips to Pasadena, beating Wisconsin 45-38 in the 2012 edition and smashing Florida State 59-20 in the 2015 College Football Playoff Semifinal. They will be out to make it three in a row when they take on the Wisconsin Badgers, but the college football betting line sees Oregon installed as a short underdog.

Rose Bowl Odds

Oregon Ducks +2.5

Wisconsin Badgers -2.5

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Justin Herbert had a fine senior season, and the future first-round pick is looking to go out on top in the Rose Bowl. He has completed two-thirds of his passes for 3,333 yards this season with 32 touchdowns and five interceptions. Herbert is a stereotypical dropback passer, but he has a big arm and doesn’t need to be mobile to succeed.

His star tight end Jacob Breeland was lost for the season in October, so he established rapport with Johnny Johnson III and Johnson became his top receiver in November. Johnson caught 24 passes for 422 yards and five touchdowns in Oregon’s last four games, accounting for more than half his production in the final few weeks of the season. He has caught a touchdown pass in four straight games coming into the Rose Bowl, and the junior will want to keep that streak alive.

C.J. Verdell and Travis Dye are an excellent one-two punch at running back. Verdell and Dye are both averaging more than 6.2 YPC, and the duo have a chance to combine for more than 2,000 rushing yards on the season with a solid performance against Wisconsin.

Wisconsin has one of the best run defenses in the country though. The Badgers are conceding 3.4 YPC, and Ohio State is the only team that has had real success running against this front. Herbert will likely need to move the ball through the air, and he is more than happy to oblige.

The Badgers want to run the ball with Jonathan Taylor as much as possible. Taylor is 91 yards away from topping 2,000 rushing yards this season, and he is averaging 6.4 YPC with 21 rushing touchdowns. Quintez Cephus has emerged as a fantastic option at receiver, catching 52 passes for 842 yards with six touchdowns, so that has counterbalanced Wisconsin’s strong run game.

Oregon has been solid on defense this season, boasting the No. 14 defense in the country per SP+. However, its special teams have not been good, so Wisconsin could take advantage of that.

Regular Season Recap

The Ducks are left wondering what could have been if they hadn’t lost in the desert in late November. Oregon started the season off with a loss to Auburn in Texas, but this looked to be one of the best teams in the country over the next six weeks. They didn’t allow more than seven points in five straight games, setting up a clash with defending Pac 12 champion Washington in Seattle.

Oregon came from behind to beat Chris Petersen’s Huskies, and the Ducks survived a scare from Washington State the following week. They hammered USC in Los Angeles the first week of November, putting them in position to sneak into the College Football Playoff if they won out. The Ducks crushed Arizona after their second bye week, but they couldn’t overcome an awful start against Arizona State the following week and were eliminated from consideration.

This team was able to salvage its season and play spoiler by besting Utah in the Pac 12 Championship Game. Verdell ran 18 times for 208 yards and three touchdowns against what had been the best run defense in the country, and Oregon’s defense flummoxed Tyler Huntley in the Utes to earn a trip to Pasadena.

2019-20 College Bowls Betting Schedule

College Football Playoff
Dec 28 Peach Bowl Atlanta, GA / 4 PM No. 1 LSU vs. No. 4 Oklahoma
Dec 28 Fiesta Bowl Glendale, AZ / 8 PM No. 2 Ohio State vs. No. 3 Clemson
Jan 13 CFP National Championship New Orleans, LA / 8 PM Semifinal Winners
Selection Committee Bowl Games
Dec 28 Cotton Bowl Arlington, TX / Noon No. 10 Penn State vs. No. 17 Memphis
Dec 30 Orange Bowl Miami Gardens, FL / 8 PM No. 9 Florida vs. No. 24 Virginia
Jan 1 Rose Bowl Pasadena, CA / 5 PM No. 6 Oregon vs. No. 8 Wisconsin
Jan 1 Sugar Bowl New Orleans, LA / 8:45 PM No. 5 Georgia vs. No. 7 Baylor
Other Bowl Games
Dec 20 Bahamas Bowl Nassau, Bahamas / 2 PM Buffalo vs. Charlotte
Dec 20 Frisco Bowl Frisco, TX / 7:30 PM Kent State vs. Utah State
Dec 21 Celebration Bowl Atlanta, GA / 12:00 PM Alcorn State vs. North Carolina A&T
Dec 21 New Mexico Bowl Albuquerque, NM / 2 PM Central Michigan vs. San Diego State
Dec 21 Cure Bowl Orlando, FL / 2:30 PM Liberty vs. Georgia Southern
Dec 21 Boca Raton Bowl Boca Raton, FL / 3:30 PM FAU vs. SMU
Dec 21 Camelia Bowl Montgomery, AL / 5:30 PM Arkansas State vs. Florida International
Dec 21 Las Vegas Bowl Las Vegas, NV / 7:30 PM No. 19 Boise State vs. Washington
Dec 21 New Orleans Bowl New Orleans, LA / 9 PM No. 20 Appalachian State vs. UAB
Dec 23 Gasparilla Bowl Tampa, FL / 2:30 PM Marshall vs. UCF
Dec 24 Hawaii Bowl Honolulu, HI / 8 PM BYU vs. Hawai'i
Dec 26 Independence Bowl Shreveport, LA / 4 PM Louisiana Tech vs. Miami (Fla.)
Dec 26 Quick Lane Bowl Detroit, MI / 8 PM Eastern Michigan vs. Pittsburgh
Dec 27 Military Bowl Annapolis, MD / Noon North Carolina vs. Temple
Dec 27 Pinstripe Bowl The Bronx, NY / 3:20 PM Michigan State vs. Wake Forest
Dec 27 Texas Bowl Houston, TX / 6:45 PM No. 25 Oklahoma State vs. Texas A&M
Dec 27 Holiday Bowl San Diego, CA / TBA No. 16 Iowa vs. No. 22 Southern California
Dec 27 Cheez-It Bowl Phoenix, AZ / 10:15 PM Air Force vs. Washington State
Dec 28 Camping World Bowl Orlando, FL / Noon No. 15 Notre Dame vs. Iowa State
Dec 30 First Responder Bowl University Park, TX / 12:30 PM Western Kentucky vs. Western Michigan
Dec 30 Music City Bowl Nashville, TN / 4 PM Louisville vs. Mississippi State
Dec 30 Redbox Bowl Santa Clara, CA / TBA California vs. Illinois
Dec 31 Belk Bowl Charlotte, NC / Noon Kentucky vs. Virginia Tech
Dec 31 Sun Bowl El Paso, TX / 2 PM Arizona State vs. Florida State
Dec 31 Arizona Bowl Tucson, AZ / 4:30 PM Georgia State vs. Wyoming
Dec 31 Alamo Bowl San Antonio, TX / 7:30 PM No. 11 Utah vs. Texas
Dec 31 Liberty Bowl Mephis, TN / 3:45 PM Kansas State vs. Navy
Jan 1 Outback Bowl Tampa, FL / 1 PM No. 12 Auburn vs. No. 18 Minnesota
Jan 1 Citrus Bowl Orlando, FL / 1 PM No. 13 Alabama vs. No. 14 Michigan
Jan 2 Birmingham Bowl Birmingham, AL / 3 PM No. 21 Cincinnati vs. Boston College
Jan 2 Gator Bowl Jacksonville, FL / 7 PM Indiana vs. Tennessee
Jan 3 Idaho Potato Bowl Boise, ID / 3:30 PM Nevada vs. Ohio
Jan 4 Armed Forces Bowl Fort Worth, TX / 11:30 AM Southern Miss vs. Tulane
Jan 6 LendingTree Bowl Mobile, AL / 7:30 PM Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Miami (Ohio)

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