Stanford @ No. 13 Oregon
Current records: Stanford 1-2; Oregon 3-1
What you should know
The Oregon Ducks will play 60 minutes on Saturday but are expected to wrap things up well before then. Oregon and the Stanford Cardinal face off in a Pac-12 bout at 11:00 p.m. ET at Autzen Stadium. The Ducks know how to get points on the board — the team has finished with flashy scores in their last three matchups — so hopefully Stanford likes a good challenge.
Last week, Oregon turned the game against the Washington State Cougars into a track meeting, taking the gold after passing them by 625 yards to 416. Oregon passed Washington State 44-41. Oregon QB Bo Nix threw it as he passed three TDs and 428 yards on 44 tries and picked up 30 yards on the ground. That was Nix’s first 300-yard rush this season.
Special teams accumulated 12 points for the Ducks. K Camden Lewis delivered a perfect 3v3 game.
Meanwhile, last week’s matchup between the Cardinal and the Washington Huskies wasn’t a total blowout, but when Stanford fell 40-22 on the road, it was damn close to turning into one. Stanford was 30-7 down at the end of the third quarter, which was just too much to recover from. One bright spot for her was the play of WR Michael Wilson, who caught six passes for two TDs and 176 yards. One of the most exciting moments came with Wilson’s 78-yard TD reception in the fourth quarter.
Oregon is now 3-1 while Stanford sits at 1-2. A few defensive numbers to keep an eye on before kickoff: Oregon ranks 17th in the nation when it comes to rushing yards allowed per game, averaging just 86.5. As for the Cardinal, they come in and boast the 29th fewest rushing touchdowns allowed in the nation with three. It looks like the running backs are having a tough time.
how to see
- When: Saturday at 11pm ET
- Where: Autzen Stadium – Eugene, Oregon
- TV: Fox sport 1
- Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
- Consequences: CBS Sports App
The Ducks are a big favorite against the Cardinal with 17 points, according to the latest findings College football odds.
Stanford has won four of their last seven games against Oregon.
- 10/02/2021 – Stanford 31 vs. Oregon 24
- 11/07/2020 – Oregon 35 vs. Stanford 14
- 09/21/2019 – Oregon 21 vs. Stanford 6
- 09/22/2018 – Stanford 38 vs. Oregon 31
- Oct 14, 2017 – Stanford 49 vs Oregon 7
- November 12, 2016 – Stanford 52 vs. Oregon 27
- November 14, 2015 – Oregon 38 vs. Stanford 36
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