Oregon at USC Spread & Final Score Prediction

Oregon at USC Spread & Final Score Prediction

Oregon at USC Spread & Final Score Prediction

The Week 10 college football spread favors USC when they host Oregon in Los Angeles. The game kicks-off on Saturday, Nov. 5 at 7:00 PM from L.A. Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, CA. 

Oregon Ducks at USC Trojans Spread & Final Score Prediction

USC opened as a -16 home favorite. The Trojans are now -17 home favorites. The total in this game is a ridiculous 79 points after opening at 78.5. USC is 5-3 straight up and 4-4 against the spread. Oregon is 3-5 straight up and 1-6 against the spread.

Bet on Oregon (+17) Because…

Oregon may have turned things around with the big win over ASU in their last. Facing a decent Arizona State squad, the Ducks obliterated the Sun Devils 54 to 35. They acquired 734 yards of total offense. The offense racked up 245 rushing yards and a 5.3 per rush average. QB Justin Herbert passed for 489 yards. He threw 4 TD passes. It was Herbert’s best game so far.

Bet on USC (-17) Because…

USC’s defense has stepped it up in recent games. The Trojans did give up 24 points to Cal in their last. Cal usually averages over 40 points per game. Giving up 24 is a win for the Trojans’ D. They gave up 17 to Colorado in a 21 to 17 win. They only allowed Arizona and its high-scoring offense to put up 14 in a 48 to 14 win over the Wildcats in Tucson on Oct. 15. 

Expert Pick & Final Score Prediction

Oregon did look good against Arizona State in their last game. But the Ducks’ defense is still a problem. Oregon allows 530 yards per game. The Ducks give up 295 passing yards and 234.8 rushing yards per. Opponents score an average of 42.2 points per game.

The Oregon Ducks can score. The difference is that while the Ducks’ defense can’t keep any opponents from scoring against them, USC’s defense has been terrific in the last 4 Trojan games.

The trends point to a Trojan win ATS. The favorite is 8-2 ATS in the last 10 meetings between these 2. USC is 4-1 ATS versus a team with a losing record. Oregon is 1-8-1 against the spread in their last 10 games.

I do believe that Oregon’s offense is strong enough to score points against USC’s defense. But USC’s offense is more than capable of obliterating Oregon’s defense. I think that the USC Trojans cover the spread.

My final score prediction is USC 52, Oregon 30.