UCLA Vs. Oregon: College Football Betting Lines, Odds and Trends – October 23, 2021

Written By Staff on October 23, 2021

The UCLA Bruins (5-2, 3-1 Pac-12) take college football’s ninth-ranked rushing defense into a matchup with the No. 10 Oregon Ducks (5-1, 2-1 Pac-12), who have the No. 22 rushing offense. The Bruins, listed at -1.5 on the spread, serve as host on October 23, 2021 at 3:30 PM ET against the Ducks, -104 on the moneyline to win. The over/under for the matchup is set at 61.5 points.

In this article we provide key metrics, betting trends, top players and up-to-date odds — everything you need to know before making a bet on the game.

The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of October 23, 2021, 12:00 AM ET. See the table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.

UCLA Vs. Oregon Betting Odds

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UCLA Offense Vs. Oregon Defense

Bruins Offense Stats (Rank) Ducks Defense
33.6 (33) Points/Gm 21.0 (41)
425.0 (47) Yards/Gm 411.0 (98)
205.3 (90) Pass Yards/Gm 271.5 (113)
219.7 (16) Rush Yards/Gm 139.5 (62)
8.5 (32) Yards/Pass 6.9 (52)
5.0 (31) Yards/Rush 3.8 (47)
43.2% (41) 3rd Down % 43.0% (100)
5 (20) Turnovers 13 (2)
9 (77) Sacks 6 (91)

Oregon Offense Vs. UCLA Defense

Oregon Offense Stats (Rank) UCLA Defense
33.8 (31) Points/Gm 25.1 (69)
427.5 (45) Yards/Gm 380.3 (73)
217.2 (78) Pass Yards/Gm 290.1 (123)
210.3 (22) Rush Yards/Gm 90.1 (9)
7.8 (53) Yards/Pass 7.5 (77)
5.2 (23) Yards/Rush 3.0 (13)
43.8% (39) 3rd Down % 41.2% (87)
2 (2) Turnovers 10 (18)
8 (68) Sacks 12 (18)

When UCLA Has The Ball

  • The Ducks allow third-down conversions on 43.0% of their opponents’ attempts (100th in the FBS). The Bruins have a 43.2% third-down conversion rate, which ranks 41st in college football.
  • UCLA has the 47th-ranked offense in the FBS in yards per game (425.0). They take on a Oregon defense ranked 98th, allowing 411.0 yards per game.
  • The Bruins have the 16th-ranked rushing offense in the FBS (219.7 yards per game), and will be up against the 62nd-ranked defense in that category, as the Ducks allow 139.5 per game.
  • UCLA averages 205.3 passing yards per game (90th in the FBS) compared to the 271.5 per game Oregon gives up (113th in college football).

When Oregon Has The Ball

  • The Ducks have conceded eight sacks to rank 68th in college football. The Bruins’ defense has compiled 12 (18th-most).
  • Oregon is 39th in the FBS in third-down percentage (43.8%) and will be facing the 87th-ranked UCLA defense in that category (41.2%).
  • The 217.2 passing yards per game the Ducks average ranks them 78th in the FBS, while the 290.1 the Bruins give up ranks them 123rd in college football.
  • Oregon has the 31st-ranked offense in the FBS, averaging 33.8 points per game. UCLA’s defense is 69th, giving up 25.1 points per contest.

UCLA Betting Trends And Insights

  • UCLA has covered five times in seven chances against the spread this season.
  • When playing as at least 1.5-point favorites this season, the Bruins have an ATS record of 3-2.
  • So far this season, two of UCLA’s games have gone over the point total.
  • In three games this season, UCLA and its opponents have gone over 61.5 combined points.
  • The Bruins have won three of the five games they were listed as the moneyline favorite this season (60%).

Oregon Betting Trends And Insights

  • Oregon has a record of just 1-5-0 against the spread this season.
  • The Ducks have been an underdog by 1.5 points or more once this season, and covered the spread.
  • So far this season, two of Oregon’s games have hit the over.
  • Oregon has played just one game this season that finished with a combined score over 61.5 points.
  • The Ducks won the only game they’ve played as the underdog this season.

UCLA Players To Watch

  • Dorian Thompson-Robinson leads the team with 1,141 passing yards (190.2 yards per game) and has a 61.3% completion percentage this year (87-of-142) while throwing 10 touchdowns with two interceptions. He also has 259 rushing yards on 68 carries with five touchdowns, averaging 43.2 yards per game.
  • Zach Charbonnet has 103 attempts for a team-high 678 rushing yards (113.0 per game) and five touchdowns. He also has 11 catches for 121 receiving yards (20.2 per game).
  • Brittain Brown has 445 yards on 64 carries (74.2 ypg), with four rushing touchdowns.
  • Greg Dulcich has 21 catches and paces his team with 374 receiving yards (62.3 ypg) while scoring three touchdowns.
  • Kyle Philips’ stat line this year shows 17 catches for 256 yards and four touchdowns. He averages 51.2 receiving yards per game.
  • Kazmeir Allen has 124 receiving yards on 10 receptions, with one touchdown, averaging 24.8 yards per game.

Oregon Players To Watch

  • Anthony Brown leads his team with 982 passing yards (163.7 per game) and has a 57.9% completion percentage (77-of-133), throwing seven touchdown passes and one interception. He also has 202 rushing yards on 56 carries (with four touchdowns), averaging 33.7 yards per game.
  • Travis Dye has rushed for a team-high 471 yards on 64 attempts (78.5 yards per game) and three touchdowns.
  • CJ Verdell has run for 397 yards on 77 carries (79.4 yards per game), with five touchdowns on the ground this year. He also has nine catches for 83 yards (16.6 per game) and two touchdowns.
  • Johnny Johnson III has reeled in 12 passes for a team-high 162 yards while scoring one touchdown. He averages 32.4 yards per game.
  • Mycah Pittman has also chipped in with five catches for 136 yards this year. He averages 27.2 receiving yards per game.
  • Jaylon Redd has caught eight passes for 134 yards and one touchdown, averaging 26.8 yards per game this year.

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