Pac-12 Week 11 Betting Roundup: Ducks Look to Remain On Top of Pac-12

Washington Huskies Hit Road Looking to Take Down First-Place Oregon

Southern California Heavy Favorites in Friday Night Showdown With Colorado

Pac-12 Week 11 Betting Roundup Preview: When looking at the Pac-12 betting roundup, the average point spread in the six games is nearly 18 points so this could be another week when the rich get richer. The Washington-Oregon matchup has the chance to be the best of the Week 11 games with the Huskies having the opportunity to tighten up the Pac-12 race with a win. With Week 12 matchups between Utah and Oregon as well as USC and UCLA, this could be a bit of the calm before the storm.

Oregon (+2500) and USC (+5000) have the best odds to win the national championship among Pac-12 teams.

Oregon moved up two spots to No. 6 in both national polls while USC and UCLA are in the top 10 in both the Associated Press and American Football Coaches Association polls. Utah checks in at No. 13 in both rankings.
Here’s a look at the Week 11 matchups in the Pac-12 college football Point Spreads

Game of the Week

Game Information: Washington Huskies VS Oregon Ducks
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Location: Autzen Stadium
Line: Oregon -13.5


Washington hasn’t received the attention of the teams ahead of them in the Pac-12 standings. However, the Huskies (7-2, 4-2 in the Pac-12) could still be a factor in the conference race. The Pac-12 Week 11 betting roundup is calling for Oregon to remain atop the Pac-12 standings.

The Huskies already own two wins over ranked teams and can pull within a game of the first-place Ducks (8-1, 8-0) with a win. Both teams have benefited greatly from the arrival of transfer quarterbacks.

Washington’s Michael Penix Jr. leads the conference with 3,232 passing yards while Oregon’s Bo Nix has the best passer rating (172.96) on the Pac-12. Since a tough test against Washington State, Oregon has won its last five games by an average of 23.4 points per game.

Oregon has covered in each of its four games at home while Washington has failed to cover in all three road games this season.

Other Games to Watch

Game Information: Colorado Buffaloes vs Southern California
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Line: Southern California -34

This one might get ugly.

Colorado (1-8, 1-5) has allowed the most yards in the Pac-12 and the Buffaloes will be going against a Southern California team that has averaged 42.7 points and 564 yards over the last three games. It is not a surprise that the Pac-12 Week 11 betting roundup favors USC by so much.

USC (8-1, 6-1) has been living dangerously, beating unranked Arizona and California teams by eight and six points. The issue has been on defense. The Trojans have allowed 1,210 passing yards over the last three games.
USC has won the last 10 games against Colorado with four of the last six meetings going under the total.

Game Information: Arizona State Sun Devils vs Washington State Cougars
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Line: Washington State -9

When looking at the NCAAF odds, this could be the most competitive Pac-12 game of the weekend.

Arizona State (3-6, 2-4) needs to win this game to have a chance to become bowl eligible while Washington State (5-4, 2-4) looks to build on last week’s win over Stanford.

Cameron Ward has thrown for 2,360 yards with 19 touchdowns in his first season at Washington State (5-4, 2-4). He has 13 TD passes in the five wins compared to six in the four losses.

Trenton Bourguet has completed 76% of his passes for 784 yards in the last two games for the Sun Devils.

ASU’s Kyle Soelle leads the conference with 98 tackles. The fact that the Sun Devils have three of the top seven tacklers in the Pac-12 speaks volumes about how much they have been on the field in 2022.

Game Information: California Bears vs Oregon State Beavers
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Line: Oregon State -13.5

This game will feature the two most productive freshman running backs in the Pac-12. Cal’s Jaydn Ott has rushed for 725 yards while Oregon State’s Damien Martinez has 624 yards. Martinez has three straight 100-yard games while Ott has been held under 60 rushing yards in each of the last four contests for Cal (3-6, 1-5).

Oregon State (6-3, 3-3) has allowed 106 rushing yards per game in conference play, the best mark in the Pac-12. Cal is third with 125.5 yards given up per game. Freshman quarterback Ben Gulbranson is expected to start for the Beavers, who have covered in seven of the last eight games.

Game Information: Stanford Cardinal vs Utah Utes
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Line: Utah -23

Utah has the top defense in the Pac-12, allowing 344.7 yards per game. The Utes’ defense has been on the field for the fewest plays in the conference.

Stanford (3-6, 1-6) ranks 10th in the Pac-12 in total offense, so it could be a struggle for the Cardinal to move the ball on Saturday.

Utah’s Clark Phillips leads the Pac-12 with five interceptions and he has returned two of them for touchdowns.
Utah (7-2, 5-1) is third in the Pac-12 in rushing yards without having any player in the top 10. Stanford’s Tanner McKee has completed less than 60% of his passes in each of the last three games.

Utah has won five of the last six games against Stanford and gone 5-0-1 against the spread in those contests. Keep an eye on the status of Utah running back Tavion Thomas and tight end Dalton Kincaid who are both questionable for the game.

Game Information: Arizona Wildcats vs UCLA Bruins
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Line: UCLA -19.5

Arizona has allowed more than 500 yards of offense in four of the last six conference games. It won’t get any easier facing a UCLA team featuring the Pac-12’s leading rusher Zach Charbonnet and one of the top quarterbacks in the country.

Dorian Thompson-Robinson has completed 72% of his passes for 2,140 yards to go with 19 touchdown passes and four interceptions. He has also run for seven touchdowns.

Arizona’s Jayden de Laura has also been putting up some gaudy numbers with 2,813 passing yards, 22 TD passes and eight interceptions. Jacob Cowing leads the Pac-12 with 65 catches. UCLA has covered in eight of its last nine conference games.
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