Oregon Ducks vs Washington Huskies Betting Odds And Preview

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The Oregon Ducks and Washington Huskies matchup in Week 6 of the college football season in this Pac 12 top-25 showdown in Eugene.

The Ducks come in off of a 30-point victory over Washington State last week, despite giving up close to 500 yards of offense to the Cougars.

On the other side of the field, Washington upset then-No-8 Stanford last Thursday night at home to sneak into the top-25 this week. The Huskies are not without a loss on the season though, as they went to Baton Rouge in Week 2 and got blown out by LSU.

With the game being played on the Ducks home field, not much of a chance is being given to the Huskies. But you can bet that they are fine with that, after being set as the underdog on their home field against the Cardinal a week ago.

Oregon vs Washington Betting Odds available at Bovada Sportsbook have set the Ducks as big 24-point favorites over the Huskies on Saturday night in prime time. To cover, Oregon will need to win by at least 25 points. The Huskies can cover with a loss by 23 points or less. This is definitely a game with a large spread, and if you are a bettor who likes toget a lot of points then the Huskies could be the bet for you.u

The Ducks are just 1-4 against the spread this season through five games, while Washington is 2-2 against the spread in theirs. Against the Huskies though, Oregon has covered the spread in each of the last eight matchups.

This one should be a very interesting conference game though, with a lot at stake even with Oregon being such a large favorite.

Coverage of the Ducks and Huskies will be on ESPN beginning at 10:30 after the Georgia and South Carolina showdown at 7.

Check out the betting odds for this game, as well as the rest of the college football slate in Week 6 below as seen on Bovada.

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