The Oregon Ducks and the Washington Huskies take the stage this Saturday at Husky stadium at 4 PM ET, in what should be a great PAC-12 game for week 7 of College football.
The Ducks are ranked second in the nation’s poll, and just beat Colorado 57-16 last week. Oregon showed they can run or pass the ball whenever they need it.
“I think as a unit, we’ve all gotten better with Marcus,” said WR Bralon Addison. “Marcus does some amazing things with his legs and has the arm to complement those legs. It’s almost like he’s playing a video game out there.”
The Ducks are 5-0 this season both straight up and against the spread, and it doesn’t look as there’s a team in the nation that can slow their offense down.
The Huskies lost against Stanford last week; they will have to face a different animal this week.
“It’s such a drastic change in philosophy when you go from a Stanford to an Oregon, we don’t have too long to dwell on Stanford and that ball game,” said Washington coach Steve Sarkisian. “We have to learn from it, but we have to get ready for a completely different style in Oregon this week.”
Washington is 2-4 straight up and against the spread in its last 6 games when playing at home against Oregon. The Ducks are 8-0-1 ATS in its last 9 games when playing the Huskies at any field.
The college football odds have the Ducks are 13.5 favorites despite playing away from home.