Oregon vs Auburn College Football Tips 8/31/2019
Saturday, August 31, 2019
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The Oregon Ducks head to AT&T Stadium to play the Auburn Tigers on Saturday, August 31, 2019. The opening line for this matchup has Auburn as 3.5 point favorites. The Ducks were 5-8-0 against the spread last season and their over/under record was 5-7-1. The Tigers were 6-7-0 against the spread and their over/under mark was 5-8-0.
Valuable Oregon Ducks Betting Trends
The Oregon Ducks were 5-7-1 against the over/under last season
The Oregon Ducks were 5-8-0 against the spread last year
Important Auburn Tigers Betting Trends
The Auburn Tigers were 5-8-0 against the over/under last season
The Auburn Tigers were 6-7-0 against the spread last year
Key Oregon Ducks Injuries
08/24/19 TE Cam McCormick Ankle is questionable Saturday vs Auburn
08/22/19 WR Juwan Johnson Undisclosed is questionable Saturday vs Auburn
08/22/19 WR Mycah Pittman Shoulder is out indefinitely
08/22/19 WR JR Waters Foot is out indefinitely
08/06/19 WR Brenden Schooler Foot is out indefinitely
Key Auburn Tigers Injuries
08/05/19 WR Anthony Schwartz Hand is questionable Saturday vs Oregon
Useful Offensive Statistics
The Oregon Ducks were 26th in the country in points scored with 452 last season. They ran 943 plays last year for 5,573 yards, which ranked them 42nd in Division 1 in total offense. The Ducks averaged 5.9 yards per play, which was 54th in the nation. As a team they accumulated a total of 281 1st downs last season, ranking them 49th overall as an offensive unit. On the ground Oregon ran for 2,350 yards, which ranked 53rd in college football. They ran 527 times, averaging 4.5 yards per rush as a unit. The Ducks were penalized on offense 60 times for 568 yards last year, which had them 112th in the country in penalties.
Oregon was 58th in the country in points surrendered on defense with 330 last year. They gave up a total of 5,048 yards on D, which was 70th in D-1. The Ducks were 44th in yards per play allowed with 5.3. Opponent offenses completed 257 throws on 452 attempts against the Oregon Ducks defense last season, ranking them 105th and 108th in the nation. The Oregon pass defense also surrendered a total of 3,141 yards in the air, which was 97th overall in total pass defense. Their rushing defense gave up 501 attempts for 1,907 yards last season, putting them in 50th place in the country against the run. The Ducks had 73 penalties for 556 yards on defense last year. That placed them 17th in college football.
Special Teams Stats
Oregon was 28th in the country in punt returns with 23 last season. They totaled 263 punt return yards and averaged 11.4 yards per return, which was 35th in D-1. They returned 34 kicks for 686 yards on special teams, which put them 50th in kick return yardage. The Ducks averaged 20 yards per kick return and they were 37th in the nation in all-purpose yards with 6,522. The Oregon Ducks tried 10 field goals last year and made 7, which was 124th in college football. Their kickers had a field goal percentage of 55%. Oregon Ducks kickers made 98% of their extra points, going 57 for 59 last season. Their punters accumulated 2,688 yards on 68 punts, averaging 40 yards per punt. That ranked them 87th in the NCAA in punting average.
Useful Offensive Statistics
The Tigers ran for 2,178 yards as a team last year, which ranked 65th in college football. They ran 512 times, averaging 4.3 yards per carry as a rushing unit. The Auburn Tigers were penalized on offense 83 times for 737 yards last season, which had them 43rd in the country in penalties. They were 45th in the nation in points scored with 402. They ran 893 plays last season for 5,069 yards, which ranked them 70th in Division 1 in total offense. Auburn averaged 5.7 yards per play, which was 69th in college football. As a team they accumulated a total of 265 1st downs last year, placing them 71st overall as an offensive unit.
The Auburn Tigers rush defense allowed 472 attempts for 1,773 yards last year, putting them in 29th place in D-1 against the run. Auburn committed 90 penalties for 719 yards on the defensive side of the ball last season. That ranked them 76th in college football. They were 15th in the nation in points allowed on defense with 250. They surrendered a total of 4,625 yards on D, which was 42nd in the country. The Tigers were ranked 35th in yards per play allowed with 5.2. Opposing offenses completed 234 passes on 423 attempts against the Auburn defense last season, placing them 66th and 89th in Division 1. The Auburn Tigers pass defense also gave up a total of 2,854 yards through the air, which was 61st overall in total pass defense.
Special Teams Stats
The Auburn Tigers attempted 26 field goals last season and made 16, which was 41st in D-1. Their kickers had a field goal percentage of 58%. Tigers kickers made 100% of their extra points, going 49 for 49 last year. Their punters totaled 2,506 yards on 57 punts, averaging 44 yards per punt. That placed them 17th in Division 1 in punting average. Auburn was ranked 6th in the nation in punt returns with 33 last year. They accumulated 345 punt return yards and averaged 10.8 yards per return, which was 40th in college football. They returned 21 kicks for 452 yards on special teams, ranking 101st in kick return yardage. The Auburn Tigers averaged 22 yards per kick return and they were 69th in the country in all-purpose yards with 5,866.
Who will win tonight's Ducks/Tigers college football game against the spread?
Tony's Pick: Take the Ducks +3.5
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