Oregon vs. Stanford NCAA Football Week 5 Odds

Oregon vs. Stanford College Football Betting

Oregon Ducks College Football Betting

The Stanford Cardinal was a perennial Pac-12 title contender a few years ago. First with Jim Harbaugh, then his replacement David Show, Stanford combined brains and brawn for glory. But the longer the Shaw era drags on, mediocrity is the rule rather than the exception. Poor attendance and lackluster results could not come at a worse time. The Pac-12 is in danger of becoming a second-class league with the future loss of USC and UCLA to the Big Ten. The Oregon Ducks have recovered nicely after their week one debacle against the Georgia Bulldogs.

NCAA Football Week 5 Betting Odds

Stanford Cardinal +16.5

Oregon Ducks -16.5

Oregon Ducks Weekly Matchup

On Saturday, October 1, 2022, the Oregon Ducks of the Pac-12 Conference will host the Stanford Cardinal of the Pac-12 Conference. Kickoff time at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon, is at11 p.m. ET with television coverage on FS1.

Gamblers will not be thrilled about taking the Cardinal in this matchup. Especially at Autzen Stadium, where the Ducks are an entirely different team. Autzen is one of the loudest venues in college football. And Stanford remains a hated old rival. Although the Cardinal no longer poses the threat of the past. Causal gamblers will be eager to make the lay with the Ducks at home. In comparison, Wise Guys no longer wonder if Stanford can hang on the road with good teams.

Last game, the Stanford Cardinal lost 40-22 against the Washington Huskies as 13.5-point road dogs. The game went over the total of 61.5. Stanford has a record of 1-2 straight up, 0-3 against the spread, and 2-1 over/under the total. Stanford ranks 53rd for total offense, 39th for passing, 72nd for rushing, and 74th for scoring. Defensively they rank 89th overall, 78th against the pass, 96th against the rush, and 92nd for points allowed. Also, Stanford ranks 131st for fewest turnovers lost and 123rd for takeaways.

Wayne Taulapapa rushed for a career-high 120 yards and one touchdown, Washington sacked Stanford quarterback Tanner McKee eight times. It forced two fumbles, and the 18th-ranked Huskies routed the Cardinal on Saturday night.

Playing as a ranked team for the first time this season, Washington used a stingy defense and a handful of big plays on offense to win its Pac-12 Michael opener under new coach Kalen DeBoer.

Penix threw for 309 yards and second-half touchdowns of 30 yards to Rome Odunze and 21 yards to Giles Jackson on a screen pass. Odunze had eight catches for 161 yards, his first career game over 100 yards receiving.

But Washington's defense deserved equal recognition for the constant pressure it was able to put on McKee. The Huskies sacked him six times in the first half. Trice and linebacker Alphonzo Tuputala both had two sacks. Tupuola-Fetui had 1 1/2, as did Jeremiah Martin. For his part, Penix was thrilled not to be facing the pass rushers on his own defense.

Oregon Ducks Weekly Recap

Last game, the Oregon Ducks won 44-41 against the Washington State Huskies as 6.5-point road favorites. The game went over the total of 57. Oregon has a record of 3-1 straight up, 2-2 against the spread, and 3-1 over/under the total. Oregon ranks 18th for total offense, 24th for passing, 30th for rushing, and 26th for scoring. Defensively they rank 79th overall, 125th against the pass, 17th against the rush, and 94th for points allowed. Also, Oregon ranks 10th for fewest turnovers lost and 64th for takeaways.

Bo Nix threw touchdown passes to Cam McCormick and Troy Franklin, and Mase Funa returned an interception 27 yards for a touchdown as Oregon erased a 34-22 deficit. Nix completed 33 of 44 passes for 428 yards with three touchdowns and one interception. The Ducks produced 624 yards of offense in winning their third consecutive game.

Nix threw a 50-yard touchdown pass to Franklin with 1:21 left to give Oregon its first lead. Funa's interception return for a touchdown provided the deciding points with a minute left. Oregon's only loss was at No. 1 Georgia in the season opener.

Oregon had scored 110 points in its previous two games, victories over FCS Eastern Washington and No. 12 BYU, and proved its offense was tough to contain.

2022 Oregon Ducks Schedule

Sep 3 vs. Georgia (Atlanta, GA) L 3-49 0-1
Sep 10 vs. Eastern Washington W 70-14 1-1
Sep 17 vs. BYU W 41-20 2-1
Sep 24 at Washington State W 44-41 3-1
Oct 1 vs. Stanford - -
Oct 8 at Arizona
Oct 15 OFF
Oct 22 vs. UCLA - -
Oct 29 at California - -
Nov 5 at Colorado - -
Nov 12 vs. Washington - -
Nov 19 vs. Utah - -
Nov 25 at Oregon State - -
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