Colorado Buffaloes vs. Oregon Ducks Spread Bet

by | Last updated Sep 21, 2023 | cfb

Colorado Buffaloes (3-0 SU, ATS 2-0) vs. Oregon Ducks (3-0 SU, ATS 2-0)

Date: Saturday, September 23rd

Location: Autzen Stadium, Eugene, OR


Point Spread: Col +21/OR -21 (Get a 100% cash bonus up to $300 w/code PREDICTEM @ BetUS!)

Money Line: Buffs +703/U of O -1441

Over/Under: 71

The Colorado Buffaloes and Oregon Ducks matchup in a Pac-12 showdown at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, OR. The over/under for this matchup is currently 71 while Oregon is favored by -21.

Head-to-Head Matchup:

Oregon took the most recent game between the team’s, picking up the 49-10 win over Colorado. Oregon will hope to run the ball well once again as the last time they faced up they put up 195 yards on the ground. As for Colorado they finished with 367 yards of total offense compared to Oregon at 479.

Colorado Buffaloes Recent Form:

As they gear up for this week’s face-off with Oregon, the Colorado Buffaloes continue to stand undefeated with a 3-0 record. In their most recent outing, they beat Colorado State with a 43-35 victory.

Going into the game as 21.5-point favorites, Colorado’s 8 point win wasn’t enough to cover. The over hit in the game as the over/under betting line was 62.5 at kickoff.

Shedeur Sanders had a passer rating of 117.02 while throwing for 348 against Colorado State. He attempted 47 passes and achieved a completion percentage of 80.9% during the game.

Dylan Edwards carried the ball 10 times vs. Colorado State and led the team in rushing with 57 yards, but he couldn’t find the endzone on the ground during the game. Xavier Weaver emerged as the team’s top receiver, scoring one touchdown and making nine receptions for 98 yards.

The Buffaloes’ defense finished the game by giving up 499 total yards to Colorado State. The team’s run defense allowed 102 yards rushing compared to 397 in the passing game. Colorado comes into the game 61st in points allowed, allowing 30.3 points per game. Teams have been gaining 265 passing yards on average against them (135th). Against the run, they’re giving up 195.3 yards, placing them 129th in college football.

Away Injury Report

FullName Position InjuryBodyPart InjuryStatus
Myles Slusher S Undisclosed Questionable
Louis Passarello TE Knee Out
Javon Antonio WR Shoulder Questionable
Alton McCaskill RB Knee Questionable
Van Wells C Leg Questionable
Travis Hunter CB Undisclosed Out
Cormani McClain CB Undisclosed Questionable

Best Parlays

2 Team Parlay 3 Team Parlay 4 Team Parlay
sportsbetting 2.64 to 1 6 to 1 12.3 to 1
Bovada 2.64 to 1 5.95 to 1 12.3 to 1
Mybookie 2.64 to 1 5.95 to 1 12.3 to 1

Oregon Ducks Recent Form:

As they gear up for this week’s face-off with Colorado, the Oregon Ducks continue to stand undefeated with a 3-0 record. In their most recent outing, they beat Hawaii with a 55-10 victory.

Looking at the point-spread for this game, Oregon covered as 38.0-point favorites. While on the over/under, the betting line was 68.5 at game time, resulting in a hit for the under.

Quarterback Bo Nix threw for three touchdowns in Oregon’s win over Hawaii. Overall, he had a passer rating of 141.82 while completing 77.8% of his passes for 247 yards.

Noah Whittington led the ground attack for Oregon against Hawaii. He accumulated 80 rushing yards and reached the endzone one time in 5 attempts. For the game, Troy Franklin hauled in four receptions for a total of 83 yards, which led the team.

Against Hawaii the Ducks’ defense was excellent against Hawaii, giving up just 10 points on 201 yards allowed. Hawaii’s passing game finished with 142 yards. Up-front, Oregon gave up 3.1 yards per attempt. This season, the Ducks’ defense has allowed 127 rushing yards per contest, placing them 118th. Opponents are averaging 158.7 passing yards, and opposing quarterbacks hold a passer rating of 70.1 when facing Oregon. They currently hold the 59th spot in NCAA points allowed.

Home Injury Report

FullName Position InjuryBodyPart InjuryStatus
Josh Delgado WR Undisclosed Questionable

Betting Trends

  • Colorado is 3-7 in their last ten games road games.
  • Oregon’s ATS record at home (last three) is 2-1.
  • Oregon’s ATS record in their three most recent games as an underdog is 1-2.
  • Colorado is 5-5 in their last ten games as the favorite.

Line Movement:

Considering the present moneyline odds, Colorado is currently given a 13% chance of victory, along with a moneyline payout of +698. In contrast, the Ducks’ implied win percentage is 93%, with a moneyline of -1426. From the time the lines were first established, Oregon has shifted from -17.5 point favorites to their present line of -21 (-113). Meanwhile, Colorado is currently +21 (-108) point underdogs on the road. Although the over/under line has not shifted since its opening at 71, the payout for the over has transitioned from -112 to its current line of -113.

Free Pick

This is one of those games that you either go with the line movement and back the Ducks hoping that the Buffaloes come back to earth or you skip the game entirely. I’m going to bank on a Colorado “thud”. Take Oregon minus the points.

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