Oddsmen strongly favor No. 3 Oregon Ducks (3-0, 0-0 Pac-12) when they host the Arizona Wildcats (0-3, 0-0 Pac-12) on Saturday, September 25, 2021 in a match between Pac-12 enemies at Autzen Stadium. Oregon is preferred with 28.5 points. The competition above / below is set at 58.5.
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Odds for Oregon vs. Arizona
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Oregon vs. Arizona Betting Information
Over / Under insight
Oregon, combined with its opponents, has scored more than 58.5 points just once this season.
Arizona and its opponents have yet to come together to score more than 58.5 points in a game this season.
Saturday’s over / under is 4.2 points higher than the overall 54.3 PPG average for the two teams.
These two teams combine to surrender 47.4 points per game. Match, 11.1 fewer than the competition over / under.
The Ducks and their opponents have averaged 60.2 points per game. Match in 2021, 1.7 more than Saturday’s total.
The 58.5 total in this game is 7.0 points above the 51.5 average overall in Wildcats games this season.
Oregon Statistics and Trends
So far this year, Oregon has one win against the spread.
The Ducks have yet to cover the span this season when they are favored by 28.5 points or more.
Oregon’s play this year has hit one of three setpoint totals (33.3%).
This year, the ducks get 10.3 more points per. Fight (38.0) than the Wildcats allow (27.7).
When Oregon scores more than 27.7 points, it’s 1-2 against the spread and 3-0 overall.
The ducks have an average of 79.0 more yards per game. Games (433.0) than the Wildcats allow per. Competition (354.0).
Oregon is 1-2 against the spread and 3-0 overall when the team is over 354.0 yards.
This year, the ducks have a turnover, two fewer than the Wildcats have takeaways (3).
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Arizona statistics and trends
So far this year, Arizona has a win against the spread.
Arizona’s matches this season have exceeded the total in one out of three opportunities (33.3%).
The Wildcats get 16.3 points per game. Fight, 3.4 fewer than the ducks allow (19.7).
The Wildcats have an average of 339.0 yards per game. Games, 79.7 fewer yards than the 418.7 that the Ducks give up.
This year, the Wildcats have five turnovers, three fewer than the ducks have takeaways (8).
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