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Oregon Ducks vs. Stanford Cardinal Odds: 75% Of The Money Is On Oregon To Cover

The Oregon Ducks vs. Stanford Cardinal for a Pac-12 contest. Come find out the Oregon vs. Stanford betting odds, analysis, and breakdown of who the public is betting on.
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Oregon Ducks vs. Stanford Cardinal Odds: 75% Of The Money Is On Oregon To Cover

The Oregon Ducks and Stanford Cardinal will meet on Saturday night for an exciting Pac-12 contest. After a disappointing Week 1 loss to Georgia, Oregon has now won their last three games and sits at 3-1 on the season. Stanford currently sits at 1-2 after a 40-22 loss against #15 ranked Washington a week ago.

When looking at the Oregon vs. Stanford odds, Oregon comes in as a 17-point favorite and the public doesn't think that's too many points as 75% of the public is on Oregon to cover. Let's dive into this one and break down the Oregon vs. Stanford odds.

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Oregon vs. Stanford Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: Saturday, October 1, 2022
  • Start Time: 11:00 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: FOX

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Oregon vs. Stanford Odds


Oregon vs. Stanford Odds Breakdown

As we can see here, 75% of the public is on Oregon to cover the spread against Stanford. After a tough Week 1 loss to Georgia, Oregon has shown that they can beat high-level opponents. They've knocked off BYU and Washington State in their last two games.

Stanford has had a tough start to the season, but most of that can be because of their schedule. They've played USC and Washington in two of their first three games. It won't get any easier on Saturday against Oregon.

Oregon is 2-2 ATS to start the season and has yet to lose as a 17-point or more favorite. Stanford is 0-3 against the spread.

Depending on what Oregon team we get, this could be an interesting game. If they come out as they did in Week 1, they might not win this one. If they play as they have the past three weeks, we could see a blowout.

It might not be bad to put some money on Stanford here. Although they haven't necessarily played well, Oregon has some holes that they need to work on, too. Let's see if the public gets this one right and the Ducks cover the 17-point spread.


An Editor and Analyst for OddsChecker, Jon Conahan has been covering all major sports since 2019. He is a 2022 graduate of the Bellisario School of Journalism at Penn State University and previously played D1 baseball.


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