Oregon vs Washington – Game Summary – November 6, 2021
The No. 7 Oregon Ducks (7-1, 4-1 Pac-12) are preparing to hit the road and head north to Seattle where they’ll face the Washington Huskies (4-4, 3-2 Pac-12).
The Ducks are coming off a strong performance against the Colorado Buffaloes that netted a 52-29 win in front of their home fans at Autzen Stadium. The Huskies are also hoping to carry the momentum earned from a 20-13 win over the Stanford Cardinal on the road in Palo Alto last week.
Mario Cristobal has had his share of success against Washington since taking over the Oregon football program, winning each of the last two matchups.
The Huskies figure to have a bit of extra fire in them for this matchup, as the two teams were supposed to face off in a winner-take-all matchup in 2020 for the Pac-12 North, but COVID-19 issues within the program forced them to miss their game against the Ducks, which resulted in Oregon replacing them in the Pac-12 championship game against USC, which they won 31-24.
Suffice it to say there will be no need for extra motivation from either team this time around.
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Here’s how you can tune into the action this weekend.
Team: Oregon vs. Washington
When: Saturday November 6, 2021, Approx. 4:30 pm PST
Where: Husky Stadium (Seattle, Washington)
Live stream: fuboTV ( Get 7days Free Trial)
Tickets: Get Tickets Here as Low as $38
Broadcast crew: Mark Jones (Play-By-Play), Robert Griffin (Analyst), Quint Kessenich (Sideline)
Radio: Oregon Sports Network from Learfield IMG College, local radio: KUJZ-FM 95.3 (Eugene), KFXX-AM 1080 (Portland), Sirius: 133 | XM: 197
Oregon at Washington expert predictions, odds, betting trends: Huskies try to spoil Ducks run at College Football Playoff
Being the Pac-12’s final hope for a College Football Playoff bid is nothing new to Oregon. Shouldering that weight is a difficult expectation before considering that the Ducks don’t even have room to breathe in their own division. UO leads the Pac-12 North with four games left on its schedule.
Three of those remaining opponents are currently in second and tied for third place in the division. But if the Ducks can score like they have the past two games (86 total points), the first opponent of that group shouldn’t be too much trouble.
Oddsmakers don’t seem to think so either, as Oregon opened as 6.5-point favorites over Washington. The Huskies host the Ducks at 7:30 p.m. ET on Fubo.
The Huskies have beaten consecutive Pac-12 teams following a 1-2 start to league play. Granted, one of those wins was against a still-winless Arizona team, and the other was over a Stanford team trending in the wrong direction.
Odds, Over/Under, Moneyline- Oregon vs. Washington
Odds updated at 3:10 p.m. ET on Wednesday.
Still, Washington has momentum, led by a top-20 scoring defense and the top pass defense among FBS programs. That combination can limit Oregon, but UW doesn’t do nearly enough offensively to warrant serious talk of an upset. It also doesn’t help that Washington has just two wins in its past 16 tries against the Ducks.