Stanford Cardinal vs. Oregon Ducks NCAAF Predictions Week 9


Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota threw his first interception since November 29 of last year. Still, it had no significant bearing on their 59-41 thumping of the California Golden Bears on Friday. The NCAAF Predictions win pushed Oregon to 3-0 SU/ATS in their last three games, all Pac-12 victories.

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Besides his lone interception, Mariota was lights out, completing 18 of 30 passes for 326 yards and a season-high five touchdowns. The junior QB broke a school record of 8,343 passing yards when his first touchdown of the overall game pushed his career total to 8,625. Tight end Pharaoh Brown and running back Royce Freeman capitalized on Mariota’s game the absolute most each catching two scoring passes. Meanwhile, leading receiver Byron Marshall had a touchdown reception of his own and finished with a team-high 133 yards.

On a lawn, Freeman ran for 112 yards and two touchdowns and Charles Nelson scored on a 58-yard punt return.

Despite their dominant offensive showing against California, expect the Ducks’offense to decrease against Stanford’s touted defense which limits opposing teams to 269.8 total yards per game.

On one other side of the ball, the Ducks don’t have the stopping capacity to limit their opposition. They allowed California 560 total yards, 193 rushing. Still, they ought to be able to limit Stanford’s anemic offense, which only managed 374.4 total yards per game (11th in the Pac-12) before Saturday’s 438-yard performance.

Oregon’s pass rush, which ranks 12th in the nation with 23 sacks in eight games, should be in play for this contest. Sophomore linebacker Peter Kalambayi leads the Ducks because regard with a team-high 4.5 sacks this season. He should be able to power through Stanford’s offensive line which allows two sacks per game on their quarterback.

The Ducks are 4-1 in home games this season.
Writer’s Prediction

The Ducks (-10) allow it to be four-straight wins as Marcus Mariota gets his first NCAAF Predictions victory over Stanford.


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