Pac-12 football is back on, as Oregon football hosts Stanford football on Saturday evening.
The Pac-12 returns this week, as No. 12 Oregon football welcomes Stanford football to Eugene.
Finally, we will have some Pac-12 football back in our lives. Though two games have already been canceled due to positive coronavirus tests, one game of note going on Saturday evening will be between the Pac-12 favorite Oregon Ducks and the division rival Stanford Cardinal, hoping to put a rough 2019 campaign firmly in the rearview mirror. This should be a fun one in primetime.
Here is how to watch Stanford vs. No. 12 Oregon online
Kickoff from Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon will be at 7:30 p.m. ET, 4:30 p.m. PT on Saturday, Nov. 7. ABC will have the national telecast of the Pac-12 North rivalry game in primetime. The available live streams can be found on WatchESPN and on SportSurge. With this game being nationally televised on ABC, you should not have any issues being able to watch this game.
Oregon will be laying eight points at home to the visiting Cardinal. The associated money lines for this game are Oregon -315 and Stanford +265. This game’s over/under comes in at a combined 51 points. Initially, Oregon was laying nine points at home to Stanford, so we did see a little bit of action on Stanford’s side to make this an eight-point spread. Odds are from Odds Shark.
Even though Oregon is arguably the most talented team in the Pac-12, the Ducks might be at a slight quarterbacking disadvantage. If they still had someone as proven as Justin Herbert under center, the Ducks would be a massive favorite to get to the College Football Playoff. Stanford will have Davis Mills under center, which gives the Cardinal the chance at the big road upset.
This will be a tight one, as indicated by the single-digit point spread. Oregon will find a way to win, but will not have enough defense to cover the eight-point spread. A late Stanford touchdown will push this one to the over, as well as serve as a heartbreaking back-door cover for those who had the Ducks laying eight. Oregon wins, but only wins by seven points in its Pac-12 opener.