NCAA Football Betting at Get That Bet — Stanford Tries to Turn Trick Against Oregon Once Again

The last couple of meetings for the Oregon Ducks against the Stanford Cardinal have been kind of painful to experience, as Get That Bet customers have seen. Oregon likes to play a fast-paced, up-tempo offense, and Stanford has managed to slow them down, not necessarily to a crawl, but certainly to a degree to which it takes them out of their rhythm. On Saturday night these two Pac-12 powers meet up again, and there is certainly a lot on the line for the Ducks, who are in the process of rebounding from their loan loss of the season, which took place at the hands of Arizona. NCAA football betting gets underway at 7:30 PM ET from Autzen Stadium in Eugene, OR.

Oregon recorded a victory in what was probably the first marquee matchup of the college football season, when they shook off a stiff challenge from Michigan State and pulled away in the final quarter. But four weeks later they were turned back by the Arizona Wildcats, and by a 31-24 score. There were certainly a lot of problems around the Oregon program at that point, and many of them involved injuries on the offensive line. Now, you must understand that not all of those problems have been cleared up, but left tackle Jake Fisher did return to the lineup, and then made things easier for Marcus Mariota, who is probably the front-runner for the Heisman Trophy right now.

In the NCAA football betting odds that a been posted at Get That Bet ( on this game, Oregon is a seven-point favorite, with the total at 57 points.

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In last year’s game Stanford was utterly dominant, having complete control of Oregon for about the first 56 minutes before the Ducks started to come on strong to make things closer. Still, you had to be impressed by Stanford’s mastery at the line of scrimmage, as they ran for 274 yards and held Oregon to just 62 yards on the ground. The 26-20 final was the second straight win for the Cardinal over Oregon, as they had also gone to Eugene as a 20.5-point underdog in the NCAA football betting odds and pulled off a 17-14 upset in overtime in 2012.


Of course, part of Stanford’s ability to beat Oregon the last couple of years had to do with running the football. And they don’t do that quite as well at the moment, ranking 89th in the country in that category. So it will be a task for quarterback Kevin Hogan to keep some drives going with the short passing game. There is one thing Stanford has in its back pocket; Get That Bet customers know that this team can defend, as it has allowed just 12.5 points per game. And if you look at the list of opponents, they haven’t done it cheaply, as they have faced teams like Notre Dame, Arizona State, USC and high-flying Washington State.

Naturally they will have a big challenge on their hands from Mariota, who is about as efficient as you can get, with 24 touchdown passes and only one interception. In last year’s meeting, he was bothered by a bad knee, and he certainly expects to be running the football quite a bit more here. Are those the difference makers for the Ducks? Or does Stanford’s coaching staff really have a pretty good formula to keep this team under wraps?

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