Oregon Vs Washington Free Pick

Utah Vs Washington Spread & ATS Pick

Oregon Vs Washington Free Pick

No. 12 Washington Looks to Stay on Track Against Visiting Oregon in Week 10 PAC-12 Matchup

The 12th-ranked Washington Huskies will look to stay on track for a possible PAC-12 title tilt and potential second straight appearance in the four-team College Football Playoff when they host the Oregon Ducks in their Week 10 PAC-12 matchup.

Washington and Oregon will square off at Husky Stadium at 10 PM ET with this matchup airing live on FS1 and Fox Sports Go. Now, let’s find out which team is offering the best value against their college football odds in this one!

Oregon Ducks Vs Washington Huskies Free Pick

Oregon Ducks (5-4) at #12 Washington Huskies (7-1)
When: Saturday, November 4, 2017 at 10:00 PM ET
Where: Husky Stadium
TV: FS1
Stream: Fox Sports Go
NCAAF Odds: Washington -21
Total: 51.5

Why Bet the Oregon Ducks Odds

The Ducks laid an emphatic 41-20 smackdown on Utah last Saturday to cash in as a 3-point home underdog to snap an ugly three-game losing streak. Running back Royce Freeman led the way to victory by rushing 20 times for 139 yards while backups, Tony Brooks-James and Kani Benoit added one rushing score apiece. The Ducks outgained the Utes by a margin of 416-384 total yards of offense, although their passing attack left a lot to be desired by putting up an uninspiring 69 passing yards on the day.

Why Bet the Washington Huskies

Not only are the Huskies looking to run the table and avoid their second loss of the season, but they average three more points per game that Oregon (38/0-35.0) and are the far better team on the defensive side of the ball in limiting their opponents to just 12.1 points per contest as opposed to Oregon’s 29.2 points per game allowed.

Oregon Vs Washington Free Pick

You might be thinking that the 21-point spread in this contest is too much for Washington to cover, but I don’t think so, not after seeing Oregon get blown out by Washington State 33-10 in Week 7 and suffer an even bigger smackdown in their 49-7 road loss at Stanford one week later.

As I mentioned, Washington is the far better team on both sides of the ball and they also have a pair of Heisman trophy-caliber stars in quarterback Jake Browning and running back Myles Gaskin. The Ducks are an awful 6-16-1 ATS in their last 23 games and just 2-8-1 ATS in their last 11 road games. Conversely, Washington has gone a near-perfect 6-1 ATS in their last 7 conference games and 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games overall. I like the Huskies to win and win big to cover the chalk as three-touchdown home favorites!

Pick: Washington -21