Washington vs Oregon State NCAA Football Point Spread Picks 11/8/2019
Friday, November 8, 2019
Jake Luton and the Oregon State Beavers host the Washington Huskies at Reser Stadium on Friday, November 8, 2019. The odds on this matchup have Washington as 10-point favorites. The Huskies are 5-4-0 ATS and 6-3-0 when betting on the total. The Beavers are 4-4-0 when wagering on the over/under and 6-2-0 against the spread.
In their last contest, the Washington Huskies took on the Utah Utes and lost 33-28. Salvon Ahmed led the team in rushing in the game. He broke a long run for 10 yards but he wasn't able to rush for a TD on the day. He rushed for 50 yards on 14 carries which meant he was running for 3.6 yards per tote. Hunter Bryant was the receiving yardage leader with a total of 105 yards on 6 receptions. He averaged 17.5 yards per reception in the game. Leading the way at QB for the Huskies was Jacob Eason who went 29/52 with 316 yards passing and added 4 touchdowns. He gave away 2 picks in the game. The Huskies ran the ball a total of 22 times and totaled 53 yards earning them an average of 2.4 yards per run. In the game, the Huskies racked up 21 first downs and they totaled 6 infractions for 25 yards which tells us their heads weren't always in the game. Overall, they finished with a total of 74 plays which gave them a total of 369 yards. When discussing the defense, Washington gave up 19 catches on 24 attempts for a total of 284 yards, and a completion percentage of 79.2%. Overall, they gave up a total of 399 yards and earned 2 takeaways. In the running game, the Huskies gave up 115 yards on 44 tries which is an average of 2.6 yards per run allowed.
The Huskies step onto the field holding a record of 5-4 this year. They are one of top scoring teams in the nation averaging 34.9 points per contest, ranking them 29th in D-1. As a team, they have an average of 161.2 rushing yards per game which is 6th in the conference. For total yardage, they currently sit at 6th in the Pac-12 Conference and 40th in D-1 with 3,767 yards. The Huskies have one of the average defenses in college football, allowing 22.8 points per game putting them 5th in the Pac-12 Conference. When it comes to passing yards, the Huskies have conceded 2,316 yards. Opponents are completing 61% of the passes they throw against them and averaging 6.9 yards per attempt. In discussing yards rushing, Washington is allowing 147.8 yards per contest putting them 5th in the conference and 55th in D-1. Opposing teams are running for an average of 4.1 yards per carry ranking them 6th in the conference and 63rd in college football overall. Overall, they have allowed 1,330 rushing yards through 9 contests.
The last time they took the field, the Oregon State Beavers took on the Arizona Wildcats and earned the victory by a score of 56-38. Artavis Pierce paced the team on the ground for the game. His longest run of the day went for 25 yards and he ran for 1 TD in the game. He rushed for a total of 114 yards by way of 15 carries which had him averaging 7.6 yards per run. Isaiah Hodgins was the receiving yardage leader with a total of 150 yards on 7 receptions. He earned an average of 21.4 yards per catch for the game. Taking the lead at quarterback for the Beavers was Jake Luton who went 20/26 with 328 yards through the air and completed 3 touchdowns. He ended the game without an interception. The Beavers rushed the ball a total of 42 times and earned a total of 244 yards which had them averaging 5.8 yards per run. For the contest, the Beavers totaled 31 first downs and they had a total of 12 infractions for 120 yards which shows us that this team didn't have their heads in this game. On the day, they ran 68 plays which gave them a total of 572 yards. In terms of defense, Oregon State gave up 26 catches on 41 throws totaling 378 yards, and a completion percentage of 63.4%. In the running game, the Beavers gave up 148 yards on 47 tries which gave them an average of 3.1 yards per rushing attempt allowed. For the game, they conceded 526 yards but weren't able to foce a turnover.
The Beavers step onto the field holding a record of 4-4. Oregon State is making teams consider moving more up into the box by averaging 176.9 rushing yards per contest, which has them at 54th in D-1. As a team, they have compiled a total of 1,415 yards rushing through 8 games, so they will want to continue to try to improve on the run game so opponents will have to respect all facets of the game. The Beavers average 431.1 yards per game overall which has them at 44th in the nation and 6th in the Pac-12 Conference. The Beavers are conceding 32.4 points per game ranking them 10th in the Pac-12 Conference and 104th in the nation. Their pass defense is one of the middling units in college football. They are allowing 253.1 passing yards per contest. For passing yards allowed per game, the Beavers currently sit at 7th in the Pac-12. In discussing points allowed, they have given up 259 points in total. In discussing yards on the ground, they are conceding 186.1 yards per game which puts them at 95th in Division 1 and 11th in the conference. For this year, they have conceded a total of 1,489 rushing yards and 14.4 rushing touchdowns.
Who will win tonight's Huskies/Beavers college football game against the spread?
Tony's Pick: Take the Huskies -10
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