Oregon vs. Washington Prediction, Preview, and Odds – 12-1-2023

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The Oregon Ducks and Washington Huskies will square off on Friday for the Pac-12 Championship. Kickoff from Allegiant Stadium is at 8:00 p.m. ET.

The Ducks are 9.5-point spread favorites and the game total is 66.5 points.

Oregon (11-1 SU, 10-2 ATS, 5-7 O/U) has won six straight since losing to Washington (12-0 SU, 5-6-1 ATS, 6-6 O/U) on October 14. In that 36-33 Huskies win, QB Michael Penix Jr. passed for 302 yards and four TDs and Oregon QB Bo Nix passed for 337 yards and two scores. The Ducks outgained UW 541-415 and held the football for nine more minutes, but the 115th matchup between the rivals still went the Dawgs' way.

Oregon: WR Gary Bryant Jr. (26 receptions for 380 yards and three TDs) is probable.

Washington: No injuries to report.

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Oregon lived up to the hype this season, winning by an average of 32.2 points per game (26.7 vs. Pac-12 opponents). During the Ducks' six-game win streak, QB Bo Nix transformed into a Heisman front-runner, finishing with four straight 360-yard passing performances and 20 total touchdowns. Defensively, Oregon held four of its last five opponents under 20 points. Will UO get its revenge with a complete performance against UW?

The Ducks scored 45.3 points per game (2nd) and averaged 541.1 total yards (2nd), including 351.4 passing yards (1st) and 189.7 rushing yards (24th). They converted 52.7 percent of their third-down attempts (3rd) and scored at least a field goal on 85.7 percent of their red zone trips (49th).

Oregon's defense surrendered 15.9 points (7th) and 306.9 total yards (15th) per game, including 214.3 passing yards (48th) and 92.6 rushing ya rds (8th). The Ducks accumulated 32 sacks and 10 interceptions. Oregon's opponents converted 33.3 percent of their third downs (25th) and scored at least a field goal on 81.8 percent of their red zone trips (55th).

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