Oregon football vs Washington: TV Schedule, Odds, Point Spread, Preview

The Oregon Ducks take on the Washington Huskies in a Pac-12 North battle on Saturday at 8:00 PM ET, at the Autzen Stadium,Eugene, OR.

Oregon (5-1) wants to keep its momentum after getting back into the Top 10 of the AP Poll. Currently, Oregon is ranked No. 9 in the AP Poll after beating the UCLA Bruins, 42-30, last Saturday.

Without a doubt, the Ducks are back in the national title conversation as they would try to bounce back, after losing their grip on the No. 2 spot when they lost to Arizona a couple of weeks ago.

Marcus Mariota completed 17 of 27 passes for 210 yards and two touchdowns, adding 75 yards and two touchdowns in rushing. Mariota consistently has been the leader of the Ducks and he has to dominate this game to get the victory.

While Mariota operates in the passing and the rushing game, Royce Freeman contributed 121 yards in 18 attempts and two touchdowns on the ground. Moreover, Thomas Tyner added 58 yards in 13 attempts.

The high-octane offense of the Ducks would be displayed against the defense of the Washington Huskies.

Offensively, Oregon averages 305.3 yards in passing and 217.2 yards in rushing. Defensively, Oregon yields 295.5 yards in passing and 174.2 in rushing.

Coming from a 31-7 victory over California, Washington football is alive to conquer the Pac 12 North. However, the Huskies have to test themselves first against the Ducks, who have been consistent contenders in the conference.

Quarterback Cyler Miles played with efficiency in the previous game when he completed 22 of 29 passes for 273 yards and three touchdowns. He controlled the tempo of the game as he navigated against the defense of the opponents.

The rushing offense would love to be aggressive through Lavon Coleman with 66 yards in 15 attempts, and Dwayne Washington with 53 yards. These two running backs would try to explore the weak defense of the Ducks and that they would need to match the production of the opposing team.

Miles has John Ross and Jaydon Mickens to supply the necessary offense on the air. Ross had 118 yards in four receptions while Mickens had 69 yards in 10 catches against California.

Offensively, Washington averages 181 yards in passing and 191.5 in rushing. Defensively, Washington yields 274.9 yards in passing and 117.5 yards in rushing per game.

Oregon football vs Washington TV schedule is on FS1. Oregon football vs Washington odds and point spread: -19 Ducks

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