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Stanford vs Oregon 2010 College Football Odds, Predictions & Picks

by Matt Foust on Friday, October 1st, 2010

Stanford vs Oregon 2010 College Football Odds, 2010 College Football Predictions & 2010 College Football Picks: Defending Pac 10 Champion Oregon will welcome the Stanford Cardinal to Eugene tomorrow as the two squads look to gain a head-to-head edge in conference play. The rivalry tilt is scheduled to get underway at 8:00pm ET at Autzen Stadium and will be broadcast live on ABC and ESPN2. 2010 College Football Odds, Predictions & Picks at SBGglobal.com have the Ducks listed as a -7 against the spread home favorite and the Over/Under set at 65. 

Conference play has hardly began, but tomorrow's meeting between Stanford and Oregon already seems to possess some Stanford vs Oregon 2010 College Football Odds, Predictions & Picksserious relevance. Both teams are undefeated and, for the most part, have dispatched their opposition with relative ease. 

Stanford looks like a serious challenge to the Ducks conference championship throne after blasting Sacramento State, UCLA, Wake Forest, and Notre Dame. Not only did the Cardinal win those games, they did so by an average of 34.3 points per game.

Through four games Jim Harbaugh's squad is averaging over 223 yards per game on the ground and 48 points per game even with the departure of Toby Gerhart. Quarterback Andrew Luck, the school's second serious Heisman contender in as many seasons, possesses a stellar 169.52 passer rating after throwing 11 touchdowns to just two interceptions.

Oregon has looked just as formidable, but in a different fashion. The Ducks have used their tremendous team speed to rack up 555 yards and 57.8 points per game, tallies which rank third and first in the nation respectively.

New Mexico, Tennessee, Portland State, and Arizona State have all felt the wrath of Oregon's lightning fast offensive attack as Chip Kelly's troops beat those four teams by an average of 46.8 points per contest. 

LaMichael James has been the most effective weapon in Kelly's arsenal thus far, with the sophomore running back averaging 151.7 yards per game at a 7.8 yards per carry rate.  

College Football Predictions Betting Trend: Stanford is 9-1 against the spread and 5-5 straight up in its last 10 games as a road dog with a total of 54.5 or more.

SBGglobal.com Stanford vs Oregon 2010 College Football Odds, Predictions & Picks:

Stanford Cardinal +7 (-110), Over 65 (-110), +240 (Moneyline)

Oregon Ducks -7 (-110), Under 65 (-110), -280 (Moneyline)

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