ABC will air this week 12 CFB game between the Huskies and Beavers at 7:30 (11/18/23). The game is slated for Reser Stadium in Corvallis (OR). Oregon State heads into this Pac-12 matchup as the 2.5 point favorite to come away with the win. Does this mean they are a lock to win? Read on to get my take on this matchup.
WASHINGTON HUSKIES VS OREGON STATE BEAVERS BETTING PICK
The Pick: Oregon State Beavers -2.5
This game will be played at Reser Stadium at 7:30 ET on Saturday, November 18th.
WHY BET THE OREGON STATE BEAVERS:
- We have this one finishing with a projected score of 33-30 in favor of Oregon State.
- Not only will Oregon State pick up the win, but look for them to cover at -2.5.
- The over/under is currently sitting at 63.5 points, and we like the under with a projected 63 points.
Will Washington Come Through as Road Underdogs?
The Washington Huskies come into this week’s game vs. Oregon State with a perfect record of 10-0. So far, they have played four games on the road and six at home.
Against the spread, Washington has put together a record of 4-5-1. This mark has come while being favored in every game.
This season, Washington holds an over/under record of 6-4. On average, their games have produced a combined total of 64.5 points, with the typical over/under line set at 61.8 points.
Heading into their matchup vs. Oregon State, the Huskies’ offense is averaging 126.9 rushing yards per game, along with 4 yards per attempt. They currently hold the 95th rank in rushing yards and 1st rank in passing yards, amassing an average of 378 yards per game. In terms of scoring, Washington is at 41 points per game, which is 5th in the NCAA.
Ranked 45th in passing yards allowed per game, Washington’s defense gets ready to take on Oregon State. Opponents have attempted an average of 40.6 passes per game against the Huskies. They’re allowing 23.5 points per contest, placing them 85th in college football. Their rush defense ranks 68th in the NCAA.
Are the Beavers Ready for a Home Win?
With a 8-2 record, the Oregon State Beavers take on Washington. Their road record so far is (3-2) and at home (4-0).
For the season, Oregon State’s ATS record is
Oregon State has put together an over/under record of 5-4 throughout this season. The average combined score in their games has been 58.4 points, and the standard over/under line has stood at 53.2 points.
Oregon State’s rushing attack is ranked 48th in college football with 359 rushing attempts per game. This has translated into an average of 197.8 rushing yards per game, placing them 18th nationally. On average, they are attempting 28.4 passes per game leading to 256.4 passing yards per contest. In terms of scoring, they hold the 14th position, averaging 37.9 points per game.
Oregon State comes into the game 73rd in points allowed, allowing 20.5 points per game. Teams have been gaining 229.6 passing yards on average against them (98th). Against the run, they’re giving up 102.6 yards, placing them 24th in college football.