Oregon Vs. Stanford: College Football Betting Lines, Odds and Trends – October 2, 2021

Written By Staff on October 2, 2021

The No. 3 Oregon Ducks (4-0, 1-0 Pac-12) will battle to keep their four-game winning streak intact in matchup with the Stanford Cardinal (2-2, 1-1 Pac-12). The Ducks, listed at -8.5 on the spread, hit the road on October 2, 2021 at 3:30 PM ET against the Cardinal, +250 on the moneyline to win. The matchup’s point total is currently set at 58.

Before you place a bet on this game, take a look at this article for the best available odds and everything else you need to know about the matchup — from key metrics and player stats to betting trends and more.

The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of October 2, 2021, 12:00 AM ET. See the table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Oregon Vs. Stanford Betting Odds

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Oregon Offense Vs. Stanford Defense

Ducks Offense Stats (Rank) Cardinal Defense
38.8 (20) Points/Gm 27.5 (86)
423.0 (50) Yards/Gm 401.3 (86)
219.3 (77) Pass Yards/Gm 192.3 (45)
203.8 (29) Rush Yards/Gm 209.0 (116)
7.8 (58) Yards/Pass 6.2 (33)
5.2 (25) Yards/Rush 5.3 (116)
44.4% (43) 3rd Down % 35.7% (59)
1 (4) Turnovers 3 (94)
8 (89) Sacks 6 (73)

Stanford Offense Vs. Oregon Defense

Stanford Offense Stats (Rank) Oregon Defense
28.5 (73) Points/Gm 19.5 (41)
347.5 (98) Yards/Gm 425.8 (103)
234.8 (63) Pass Yards/Gm 286.5 (117)
112.8 (109) Rush Yards/Gm 139.3 (70)
8.2 (43) Yards/Pass 7.3 (81)
4.5 (53) Yards/Rush 3.7 (56)
33.3% (103) 3rd Down % 43.5% (99)
2 (12) Turnovers 13 (1)
7 (79) Sacks 6 (73)

When Oregon Has The Ball

  • The Cardinal allow 5.3 yards per rushing attempt (116th in the FBS). The Ducks are 25th in rushing, averaging 5.2 per carry.
  • Stanford ranks 94th in college football with three turnovers forced, while Oregon has committed one (fourth).
  • The Ducks’ running game ranks 29th in the FBS (203.8 yards per game), while the Cardinal allow 209.0 per game (116th-ranked run defense).
  • Oregon has the 20th-ranked offense in the FBS, averaging 38.8 points per game. Stanford’s defense is 86th, giving up 27.5 points per contest.

When Stanford Has The Ball

  • The 234.8 passing yards per game the Cardinal average ranks them 63rd in the FBS, while the 286.5 the Ducks give up ranks them 117th in college football.
  • Stanford’s 112.8 rushing yards per game is good for 109th in the FBS. Oregon’s defense gives up 139.3 on the ground (70th in college football).
  • The Cardinal rank 43rd in the FBS at 8.2 yards per pass attempt. The Ducks allow 7.3 yards per passing play (81st in college football).
  • Oregon has the 41st-ranked scoring defense (19.5 points per game). Stanford’s 73rd-ranked scoring offense averages 28.5 points per game.

Oregon Betting Trends And Insights

  • Oregon has a record of 1-3-0 against the spread this season.
  • The Ducks have not covered the spread this season (0-3 ATS) when playing as at least 8.5-point favorites.
  • Oregon’s games have hit the over twice this season.
  • Oregon’s games have gone over 58 points twice this season (in four outings).
  • The Ducks have been the moneyline favorite only one other time so far this season, a game they won.

Stanford Betting Trends And Insights

  • Stanford has a record of 2-2-0 against the spread this season.
  • The Cardinal have covered the spread when playing as at least 8.5-point underdogs in their only opportunity this season.
  • So far this year, two of Stanford’s games have hit the over.
  • Stanford’s games this season have had a combined scoring total higher than 58 points in three of four outings.
  • The Cardinal have been underdogs in three games this season and won one (33.3%) of those contests.

Oregon Players To Watch

  • Anthony Brown has passed for 773 yards while completing 57.1% of his throws (56-of-98), with seven touchdowns and zero interceptions (193.3 yards per game). He’s also rushed 42 times for 163 yards and two touchdowns, averaging 40.8 yards per game.
  • CJ Verdell has run for a team-high 334 yards on 60 attempts (83.5 yards per game) and four touchdowns. He also has 70 receiving yards on eight catches (17.5 yards per game) and two touchdowns.
  • Travis Dye has 286 yards on 41 carries (71.5 ypg), with three rushing touchdowns.
  • Johnny Johnson III has 10 catches, leading his team with 148 yards (49.3 ypg) while hauling in one touchdown this season.
  • Jaylon Redd has also contributed with four receptions for 103 yards and one touchdown.
  • This season Kris Hutson has caught five passes for 87 yards, averaging 21.8 receiving yards per game.

Stanford Players To Watch

  • Tanner McKee leads the team with 863 passing yards (215.8 yards per game) and has a 67.6% completion percentage this year (69-of-102) while throwing eight touchdowns. He also has 57 rushing yards on 20 carries with two touchdowns, averaging 14.3 yards per game.
  • Nathaniel Peat has run for a team-high 196 yards on 27 carries (49.0 yards per game) and two touchdowns.
  • Austin Jones has run for 118 yards on 26 carries (39.3 yards per game) this year. He also has seven catches for 93 yards (31.0 per game).
  • This season Elijah Higgins has 16 catches and leads the team with 211 yards (52.8 per game) while hauling in two touchdowns.
  • Brycen Tremayne has also tacked on 197 yards on 17 catches and four touchdowns. He averages 49.3 receiving yards per game this year.
  • This season John Humphreys has caught nine passes for 152 yards, averaging 38.0 receiving yards per game.

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