UCLA Bruins vs. Oregon Ducks NCAAF Week 12 Betting Odds, Analysis and Predictions
College Football betting sites favor the home team when the UCLA Bruins and the Oregon Ducks play in Pac-12 conference college football action from Autzen Stadium on Saturday.
UCLA Bruins vs. Oregon Ducks NCAAF Odds by MyBookie.ag
|UCLA||+13½ (-110)||66½ (-110)||+400|
|Oregon||-13½ (-110)||66½ (-110)||-500|
Betting UCLA Bruins
The Bruins are the road dogs according to the best online sportsbooks. The UCLA Bruins are looking to keep the momentum going from their first win of the season. A 34-10 win over Cal in their previous outing.
Dorian Thompson-Robinson has passed for 303 yards, four touchdowns and one interception on 50% passing. He also leads the Bruins with 109 rushing yards this season. Greg Dulcich has 126 receiving yards and one touchdown. Demetric Felton has seven receptions.
Stephan Blaylock has 11 total tackles including a team-best nine solo tackles. Caleb Johnson has a sack in two games.
The Bruins are coming off their best defensive performance in three seasons under head coach Chip Kelly. They held California to just 10 points and 11 first downs in a 34-10 victory on Sunday. UCLA out-yarded the Golden Bears 440-176. And allowed just 1.9 yards per carry on the ground and forced five three-and-outs.
The 10 points allowed was the fewest UCLA has yielded since a 37-7 win over Cal in 2018. Quarterback Thompson-Robinson continued his solid start to the season by passing for three TDs and running for another. The dual threat has a 7-to-2 touchdown-to-interception ratio and has contributed 161 yards and two touchdowns on the ground in two games.
UCLA has a few ugly College Football betting sites’ trends to buck if they are going to build on last week’s win. The Bruins have lost 19 of their last 22 games on the road. They are 8-13-1 ATS during that period. They have also lost their last six trips to Oregon by an average of 21.8 points per game.
Betting Oregon Ducks
The Ducks are the home chalk per College Football betting sites. The Oregon Ducks will attempt to build on their 2-0 start to the season following a 43-29 win over Washington State.
Tyler Shough has passed for 539 yards, five touchdowns and two interceptions on 67.9% passing. CJ Verdell has 223 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Shough and
Travis Dye have 100+ rushing yards apiece. Cyrus Habibi-Likio has a couple of rushing scores this season as well. Jaylon Redd has nine catches for 128 yards. Dye and DJ Johnson have a couple of touchdown recs. Nick Pickett has 13 total tackles including a team-best nine solo tackles. Noah Sewell has a sack.
In spite of losing the turnover battle 3-0, Oregon nonetheless enjoyed a comfortable point spread cover last week versus Washington State. The Ducks were behind 19-7 late in the first half and managed a 21-19 lead into the fourth quarter before rattling off 22 points in the final stretch.
Quarterback Shough passed for 312 yards and four TDs. Running back Travis Dye caught a couple of TD passes and gained 147 total yards. Oregon’s defense did its share by holding Washington State out of the end zone for a 42-minute span from the first to the fourth quarter. The Ducks allowed only 100 rushing yards and 13 of Washington State’s 29 points occurred on short fields following Oregon turnovers.
Safety Nick Pickett had seven tackles, though he was ejected for targeting in the second half. He will miss the first 30 minutes against UCLA.
One can expect the defense to continue its strong play at home. The Ducks have gone under in five of their last seven games there. Oregon has allowed more than 10 points just once in their last eight games at Autzen Stadium. They have won 11 consecutive home games by an average of 22.4 points per game.
UCLA Bruins vs. Oregon Ducks NCAAF
Oregon wins and covers.