Oregon vs. Colorado Prediction, Odds, Line, Spread: College Football Picks, Week 10 Best Bets From Proven Pattern

The No. 8 Oregon Ducks look to continue their position atop the Pac-12 Conference as they take on the league’s bottom team, the Colorado Buffaloes on Saturday at Folsom Field in Boulder. Oregon enters at 7-1 after a 42-24 road win over Cal, while the 1-7 Buffaloes lost to ASU last Saturday at home, 42-34. Last year, the Ducks won a high-scoring game between the two teams, 52-29 in Eugene. Oregon is 5-2 against the spread, while Colorado is 2-6 ATS in 2022.

Kickoff is set for 3:30 PM ET. The Ducks are favored by 31.5 points in the latest Oregon vs. Colorado odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the over/under is 61.5. Before entering any Colorado vs. Oregon picks, you’ll want to check out the college football predictions and betting tips from the model at SportsLine.

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The model has now turned to Colorado vs. Oregon and has just locked in its picks and CFB predictions. You can head over to SportsLine now to see the model selection. Here are some college football odds and betting lines for Oregon vs. Colorado:

  • Oregon vs. Colorado spread: Oregon -31.5
  • Oregon vs. Colorado Over/Under: 61.5 points
  • Oregon vs. Colorado picks: See picks here

Latest Odds:

Colorado Buffaloes +31.5

What you need to know about Oregon

The Ducks were virtually unstoppable on offense after a 49-3 rout of No. 1 Georgia in the season opener. In their seven wins, the fewest points Oregon has produced was 41. And facing one of the nation’s worst defenses this weekend will likely ensure their streak of 41+ point games continues. In last week’s convincing win, senior QB Bo Nix threw for 412 yards and three scores, his second 400+ passing yard of the season. On the season, Nix has thrown for 2,221 yards with 20 TD passes and five interceptions, two of which came last weekend against Cal. He also has 11 touchdowns on the season, including three last week against the Golden Bears. Quite simply, Nix has been elite since the Ducks’ second game.

Besides Nix, RB Noah Whittington was the star for Oregon last week, rushing for 66 yards on 10 carries while catching five passes for 67 yards and a score. On the season, Whittington is second on the team in rushing yards with 475, trailing only Bucky Irving (568). The Ducks’ leading receiver is sophomore Troy Franklin, who has 38 catches for 595 yards and five touchdowns. Kicker Camden Lewis also excelled, missing none of his 51 kicks, including eight field goals.

What you need to know about Colorado

Buffalo’s season was a disaster, although the team showed a spark under interim coach Mike Sanford Jr. that was missing under the departed Carl Dorrell. Colorado’s defense is giving up an average of 483.8 yards and 39.1 points per game, both third-worst among all FBS teams. Opposing teams average 237.3 yards on the ground against CU, which is second-worst in the nation.

On offense, Colorado showed some promise last week against the Sun Devils. JT Shrout’s completion percentage wasn’t great, 13-of-34, but he made his performances count, throwing for 222 yards and two touchdowns with one interception. Jordin Tyson caught five passes for 115 yards and a touchdown, while Deion Smith rushed 24 times for 111 yards and another score. For the game to be close on Saturday, Colorado needs to play error-free football and hope that Oregon’s offense is as dysfunctional as it was against Georgia. Otherwise, a Ducks blowout seems likely.

How to make an Oregon vs. Colorado election

The model has simulated Colorado vs. Oregon 10,000 times and the results are in. We can tell you that the model relies on the total number of points and has also generated a point spread choice that is achieved in more than 50% of the simulations. You can only see the selection on SportsLine.

So who wins the Oregon vs. Colorado game? And which side of the spread hits more than 50% of the time? Visit SportsLine now to see which side of the Oregon vs. Colorado spread to jump on, all from the advanced model that has finished the last six-plus years with nearly $3,000 in its FBS college football picksand find out.

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