Oregon Ducks
USC Trojans
Sat, Nov 2 - 8:00p ET   |   FOX   |   United Airlines Field at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
By Landon Smith

#8 Oregon Ducks vs Southern California Trojans Week 10 Football Vegas Lines / NCAA Parlay Picks

No. 8 Oregon takes a seven-game winning streak with it to Los Angeles on Saturday night to face South Division co-leader USC in what could be a preview of the Pac-12 Championship Game on Dec. 6 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.


Betting Odds & Stats
#8 Oregon DucksLinesSouthern California Trojans
-190Opening Odds+165
-4.5 (-110)Spread+4.5 (-110)
Over 62 (-110)TotalUnder 62 (-110)
Oregon DucksConcensusUSC Trojans
Over 67%TotalUnder 33%
Oregon DucksScore and statUSC Trojans
44.2Predicted Score22.5
7-1 (4-4 ATS)Stats/Additional5-3 (4-4 ATS)


Reason for #8 Oregon Ducks vs Southern California Trojans

#8 Oregon Ducks -4.5

The Beavers have lost four of their seven games and are coming off a bye last weekend. In their last game, Oregon State blew a 14-point lead before scoring late to earn a 21-17 road victory against California. 

The Ducks ended up winning the game 37-35 in the game and that was definitely something the Duck really loved because it helped them in getting the win and confidence. The win put the Ducks at a 7-1 record and a 5-0 record in the PAC12.

Leading the Beavers offensively is senior Jake Luton who looked great so far this season. Specifically, he has thrown for 1,602 passing yards and 16 passing touchdowns. In addition, he only has thrown one interception so he has been virtually perfect in terms of decision-making.

Hamilcar Rashed Jr. had three sacks and four tackles for losses while fellow linebacker Riley Sharp added three sacks in the win over Cal as the Beavers won back-to-back road games for the first time since 2013. Rashed Jr. tops the Pac-12 with nine sacks and 14.5 tackles for loss to lead the improving defense, which recorded 14 tackles for loss and nine sacks against the Bears.

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Southern California Trojans +4.5

The Trojans are coming into the game scoring 31.3 points a game on the year. The Trojans have thrown the ball for 296 yards a game, but have ran the ball for 146 yards a game. The defense for the Trojans has given up 24.9 points a game. The Trojans have allowed 240 yards a game in the air and 190 yards a game on the ground.

Senior QB Khalil Tate threw for 205 yards to go along with two touchdowns and two interceptions. J.J. Taylor added 107 yards on 16 carries for the Wildcats. The Wildcats are averaging 202 rushing yards and turned in another strong performance against Stanford as J.J. Taylor rushed for 107 yards while Tate ran for 103 yards and one touchdown on nine carries. New defensive coordinator Chuck Cecil will look to spark a defense that ranks 118th nationally in points allowed (35 points per game) and 119th in yards allowed (469.9).


The Pick: #8 Oregon Ducks -4.5, Over 62