Washington vs Oregon College Football Picks, Odds, Prediction 11/6/2021 »Sports Chat Place



The Oregon Ducks and Washington Huskies meet on Saturday in PAC-12 college football action at Husky Stadium. Oregon just played a game against Colorado. The Ducks would take a 23-point victory to move to 7-1 that year. As for the Huskies, they faced Stanford in their last game. In that one, Washington took a touchdown victory. Check back throughout the season for free college football selections at Sports Chat Place.

Oregon won its first four games of the year, beating Fresno State, Ohio State, Stony Brook and Arizona before an overtime loss to Stanford. The Ducks then returned to business with wins over California and UCLA in their next pair.

In last weekend’s game against Colorado, the Ducks scored double-digit points in three different quarters en route to a 52-29 victory. Quarterback Anthony Brown had 307 yards with three runs, and Byron Cardwell had 127 yards with a touchdown on seven carries.

On the Huskies’ side, they went 2-2 in their opening foursome with losses to Montana and Michigan before wins over Arkansas State and California. Washington would then lose to Oregon State and UCLA before beating Arizona 21-16.

In the game against Stanford, the Huskies managed to hold off the Cardinal’s 10 points in the final quarter in a 20-13 victory. Quarterback Dylan Morris finished 146 yards and one touchdown. Sean McGrew added 114 rushing yards and Jalen McMilan totaled 84 yards and one touchdown in six catches.

The Ducks are 1-5 ATS in their last six games and 0-4 ATS in their last four on turf. Oregon is also 1-4 ATS in its last five conference games..

Meanwhile, the Huskies are 2-5 ATS against a team with a winning, 1-5 ATS record in their last six games after an ATS win. Washington is also 1-5 ATS in its last six home games.

TO TAKE: I am staying in Oregon. The Ducks put in another impressive performance against an outclassed Colorado team in their last outing. Oregon finished with 568 total yards, 312 passing yards, 7.9 yards per play, 32 first downs and a nice 7 out of 10 on third down downs. It was a dominant effort from almost every angle.

As for the Huskies, they did a solid defensive job against Stanford with 71 rushing yards, 17 first downs and three turnovers. Stopping the Ducks’ offensive offense will be a lot harder though, so I think Oregon is a better choice for cover.

Andrew Jett’s Free Pick:

Oregon Ducks -6.5


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