A month or two ago, it appeared the Pac-12 didn’t have a great shot to get into the College Football Playoff. But with two teams from the conference now ranked in the top seven in the latest rankings, the possibility is growing stronger. One of those teams, Oregon, has a prime chance for a home win on Saturday with Arizona coming to Eugene.
No. 6 Oregon has played phenomenally since the Ducks’ season opening loss to Auburn. Now, the Ducks are gearing up for what many expect to be a blowout game against the Arizona Wildcats.
Justin Herbert leads the Oregon offense behind one of the best offensive lines in the nation. If Arizona has any chance of an upset on Saturday night, the Wildcats must find a way to get pressure on Herbert.
Arizona needs two more wins to become bowl eligible. But the Wildcats have three very difficult games remaining against Oregon, Utah and Arizona State.
Khalil Tate and Wildcats upset Oregon last year in a 44-15 victory in Tucson. Will they do the same on Saturday?
Double overtime victory down in Tucson. #GoDucks
— Oregon Football (@oregonfootball) November 15, 2019
Here’s all the details for Saturday’s Pac-12 contest.
Game Time: 10:30 p.m. ET
Spread: Oregon -27.5
Announcers: Dave Pasch, Greg McElroy, Tom Luginbill
Oregon is a whopping 27.5-point favorite over Arizona. Many expect this to be a blowout win for the Ducks, as they continue to march toward a potential showdown with Utah and College Football Playoff berth. Arizona is just 4-5, with a 2-4 Pac-12 record on the season.
Oregon-Arizona kicks off at 10:30 p.m. ET on ESPN. Dave Pasch, Greg McElroy and Tom Luginbill will be on the call.