The odds have shifted 1.5-points in the Ducks favor since the line opened.
Both teams sit at 11-1, and the Ducks opened the spread as 8-point favorites, but more and more people are hopping on the Oregon betting bandwagon. Both teams were virtually perfect against the spread this year, except for each squads lone record blemish.
Oregon was favored to beat Stanford by 18 but ended up losing 17-14 on Nov. 17. The Wildcats were favored to beat Baylor by 12 points but ended up losing 54-24 on Nov. 17 as well.
The over/under on the game sits at 75.5 points, and considering the high octane offense of the Ducks that might be the bet to make. Both the Ducks and the Wildcats have gone over in four of their past five games, again the lone under for both teams on Nov. 17.