Oregon Vs. Washington State: College Football Betting Lines, Odds and Trends – November 13, 2021

Oregon Vs. Washington State: College Football Betting Lines, Odds and Trends – November 13, 2021

The No. 5 Oregon Ducks (8-1, 5-1 Pac-12) will battle to keep their four-game winning streak going in matchup against the Washington State Cougars (5-4, 4-2 Pac-12). The Cougars, +414 on the moneyline to win, and the Ducks, listed at on the spread, kick things off on November 13, 2021 at 10:30 PM ET. Sportsbooks have set an over/under of points for the game.

In this article we will break down what you need to know to place a bet on the game. That includes key metrics, stats and trends, while also updating you with the best odds available.

The betting facts in this article are based off odds valid as of November 13, 2021 at 10:01 PM ET. See below for a table with the latest odds for this matchup and get up to $1,000 Risk Free Bet at FanDuel today!

Oregon Vs. Washington State Betting Odds

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Oregon Offense Vs. Washington State Defense

Ducks OffenseStats (Rank)Cougars Defense
35.0 (25)Points/Gm24.7 (62)
441.9 (31)Yards/Gm393.4 (82)
223.2 (71)Pass Yards/Gm230.9 (70)
218.7 (15)Rush Yards/Gm162.6 (88)
7.6 (63)Yards/Pass6.8 (30)
5.5 (8)Yards/Rush4.5 (93)
50.4% (7)3rd Down %39.8% (77)
6 (19)Turnovers13 (9)
8 (68)Sacks3 (118)

Washington State Offense Vs. Oregon Defense

Washington State OffenseStats (Rank)Oregon Defense
25.9 (83)Points/Gm22.4 (41)
375.7 (85)Yards/Gm369.0 (66)
260.0 (37)Pass Yards/Gm244.7 (96)
115.7 (106)Rush Yards/Gm124.3 (32)
7.3 (75)Yards/Pass6.4 (17)
3.8 (89)Yards/Rush3.5 (24)
41.4% (56)3rd Down %43.8% (106)
14 (119)Turnovers16 (3)
14 (114)Sacks6 (91)

When Oregon Has The Ball

  • The Ducks rank eighth with 5.5 yards per carry, compared to the 4.5 per rush the Cougars allow (93rd in the FBS).
  • Oregon has the 15th-ranked rushing offense in the FBS (218.7 yards per game), and will be facing the 88th-ranked defense in that category, as Washington State allows 162.6 per game.
  • The Ducks are seventh in the FBS in third-down percentage (50.4%) and will be up against the 77th-ranked Cougars defense in that category (39.8%).
  • Oregon has the 31st-ranked offense in the FBS in yards per game (441.9). They face a Washington State defense ranked 82nd, giving up 393.4 yards per game.

When Washington State Has The Ball

  • The Cougars rank 119th in college football, committing 14 turnovers this season, while the Ducks are third with 16 turnovers forced.
  • Washington State has the 106th-ranked rushing offense in the FBS (115.7 yards per game). It faces Oregon’s 32nd-ranked rushing defense, which allows 124.3 on the ground.
  • The Cougars average 3.8 yards per carry (89th in college football) compared to the 3.5 per attempt the Ducks allow (24th in the FBS).
  • Washington State averages 260.0 passing yards per game (37th in the FBS) compared to the 244.7 per game Oregon allows (96th in college football).
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Oregon Betting Trends And Insights

  • Oregon is 3-6-0 ATS this season.
  • The Ducks have not covered the spread when favored by 13 points or more this season (in five opportunities).
  • A total of four out of Oregon’s nine games this season have gone over the point total.
  • Oregon’s games this season have gone over this contest’s total of 57.5 points four times.
  • The Ducks have compiled a 5-1 record in games they were listed as the moneyline favorite (winning 83.3% of those games).

Washington State Betting Trends And Insights

  • Washington State has compiled a 6-3-0 ATS record so far this season.
  • The Cougars have covered the spread when playing as at least 13-point underdogs in two of two opportunities this season.
  • A total of three Washington State games this year have hit the over.
  • Washington State has played three games this season that finished with a combined score higher than 57.5 points.
  • The Cougars have won three of the six games they’ve played as underdogs this season.

Oregon Players To Watch

  • Anthony Brown has passed for 1,683 yards while completing 63.2% of his throws (141-of-223), with 11 touchdowns and four interceptions (187.0 yards per game). He’s also rushed 81 times for 388 yards and six touchdowns, averaging 43.1 yards per game.
  • Travis Dye has rushed for a team-leading 764 yards on 119 carries (84.9 yards per game) while scoring 10 touchdowns. He also averages 20.9 receiving yards per game, grabbing 22 passes for 188 yards and one touchdown.
  • So far this year CJ Verdell has run for 397 yards on 77 carries (79.4 ypg), with five rushing touchdowns. Verdell also helps out in the passing game, catching nine passes for 83 yards (16.6 ypg) while scoring two touchdowns.
  • This season Devon Williams has 17 catches and leads the team with 272 yards (45.3 per game) while scoring two touchdowns.
  • Johnny Johnson III has tacked on 20 receptions for 230 yards and one touchdown.
  • Mycah Pittman has caught 12 passes for 197 yards, averaging 24.6 yards per game this year.

Washington State Players To Watch

  • This season, Jayden De Laura has recorded 1,973 passing yards (246.6 yards per game) while connecting on 160 of 251 passes (63.7% completion percentage), with 17 touchdowns and seven interceptions.
  • Max Borghi has churned out a team-high 571 rushing yards (63.4 yards per game) and scored eight touchdowns.
  • So far this year Deon McIntosh has run for 359 yards on 76 carries (44.9 ypg), with two rushing touchdowns.
  • This season Calvin Jackson Jr. has 49 catches and leads the team with 667 yards (74.1 per game) while scoring five touchdowns.
  • Travell Harris has contributed with 54 receptions for 574 yards and six touchdowns.
  • De’Zhaun Stribling has racked up 322 yards on 26 receptions with three touchdowns, averaging 40.3 yards per game.

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