The Sun Devils and Ducks are set to face off at 9:00 ET on PACN. The Ducks will host the game at Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, OR. The over/under line for this matchup is currently at 145.5 points, and Oregon is favored by -8.5 to win at home against Arizona State.

ARIZONA STATE SUN DEVILS VS OREGON DUCKS BETTING PICK

The Pick: Arizona State Sun Devils +8.5

This game will be played at Matthew Knight Arena at 9:00 ET on Thursday, January 25th.

WHY BET THE ARIZONA STATE SUN DEVILS:

  • We have this one finishing with a projected score of 76-69 in favor of the Ducks.
  • Even though we have Oregon winning straight-up, we like Arizona State at +8.5.
  • The over/under is currently sitting at 145.5 points, and we like the under with a projected 145 points.

Do the Sun Devils Have a Shot at a Win at Eugene?

Arizona State is 11-7 this season, including a 5-2 record in Pac-12 play. They have gone 2-4 on the road, with an average scoring margin of -8.2 points per game. As the underdog, the Sun Devils are 4-5.

In their last game, Arizona State beat USC by a score of 82-67. Over their last 10 road games, the Sun Devils have gone 3-7, and they are 2-3 in their last five.

Against the spread, Arizona State has a record of 8-10 this season. On the road, they are 2-4 vs. the spread. As the underdog, the Sun Devils are 4-5 vs. the spread this year. Over their last 10 games as the underdog, Arizona State is 5-5 vs. the spread.

So far this season, the over/under record for Arizona State games is 9-9. The average scoring in their games is 140.2 points, which is lower than the average over/under line of 142.6. Today’s over/under line of 145.5 is higher than the average scoring in their games. Over their last three games, the over/under record is 2-1 with an average scoring total of 143 points.

Arizona State is fresh off a strong offensive showing, putting up 82 points versus USC. This output is higher than their season-average of 69.8 points per game. In terms of offense, the Sun Devils have a season-long field goal percentage of 42%, putting them 348th in the NCAA. Regarding three-pointers, they are ranked 351st in percentage and 220th in three-pointers made.

So far, the Sun Devils’ defense is ranked 121st in the country at 70.4 points per contest. In their previous game vs. USC, the Trojans finished with a field goal percentage of 42% and a total of 67 points vs. Arizona State.

Will the Ducks Secure A Victory as Home Favorites?

After losing two straight games, Oregon will look to get back on track when they host Arizona State. The Ducks have been dominant at home this season, going 10-1, and they are 11-1 when favored. On the year, they are 13-5, including a 5-2 mark in Pac-12 play.

Coming off an 80-77 loss to Utah, Oregon has gone 9-1 in their last 10 home games. For the season, they have outscored opponents by an average of 11.1 points per game at home. Overall, they have gone 8-3 in non-conference games, compared to 5-2 in Pac-12 action.

As the favorite this season, Oregon has gone 7-5 against the spread. Their home ATS mark is currently at 8-3 and they are 1-2 vs. the spread in their last three home games. Over their last 10 games as the favorite, the Ducks have gone 6-4 ATS.

So far this season, the over/under record for Oregon is 10-7 and the average scoring total in their games is 149.8 points. Today’s over/under line of 145.5 is lower than the average OU line in their games (146) and there have been more games with more points than today’s OU line (12) than games with less points (5). In their last three games, the over/under record is 3-0 and the average scoring total in those games is 154 points.

In their latest game, Oregon offense put up 77 points against Utah. They recorded an overall field goal percentage of 44.6% and made 12 threes. The team’s scoring leader is Jermaine Couisnard, who holds an average of 14.4 as they head into today’s matchup. Additionally, Jackson Shelstad is averaging 13.6 points per game this season.

Currently, the Ducks’ defense holds the 185th rank in the nation, allowing 72.8 points per game. Against Utah in their most recent game, the Oregon defense gave up a total of 80 points while allowing Utah to hit 50% of their shots.