Oregon Ducks at Wyoming Cowboys Betting Odds - Point Spread Pick
The Oregon Ducks (2-0) will head off to Big Sky country to face off with the Wyoming Cowboys (1-1) at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie, Wyoming, in a cross-conference clash pitting the Mountain West against the Pac-12. The contest will be televised on the Pac-12 Network. The fixture between the two will take place on Saturday, September 16th, 2017 at 7:00 PM ET. The two sides most recently met in 2014 where the Ducks went to work on the Cowboys by a score of 48-14.
Oregon Ducks at Wyoming Cowboys Overview
Both teams come in off of wins in Week 2, when Oregon traveled to Lincoln, Nebraska to dispatch the scrappy Cornhuskers in a Big Ten/Pac-12 showdown that saw over 60 points of offense accumulated between both sides. The Ducks jumped out to a commanding lead before they almost receded their cushion back to the Cornhuskers who resurged in the fourth quarter. Oregon would leave with a 35-28 win. For Wyoming, the Cowboys enter off a 27-0 win against Webber State after being humiliated in their season opener in Iowa City against the Hawkeyes of Iowa. Overall, the Cowboys are known for a robust home field advantage when in Laramie and have orchestrated upsets over conference big dogs Boise State and San Diego State at War Memorial Stadium in 2016.
Oregon at Wyoming Betting Trends
- Wyoming is 6-4 ATS in their previous 10 outings.
- Under is 4-0 ATS in the last four Wyoming contests.
- Oregon is 0-6-1 ATS in their last seven fixtures following a straight-up win.
- Wyoming is 2-5 SU in their previous seven games.
Oregon Ducks at Wyoming Cowboys Week 3 NCAAF Prediction
Some of the superlatives circling around both these teams makes Wyoming a very sexy pick in this situation. First off location of venue. Secondly, the narrative that Oregon almost blew a 21-point lead in Lincoln, last week. Lastly, Oregon’s suspect defense going up against a prototypical quarterback in Wyoming gunslinger Josh Allen. All three of these variables sell the Cowboys immensely in this market. From what we have seen in the early going, 67% of the public like Oregon in this scenario. However, we have seen line movements depict the opposite. Some of the sharpest sports books in the industry have priced the Ducks a point higher than the current market suggests, showcasing the fact that these books are taking a position on this contest. Oregon remains one college football’s high-profile teams even if they took a giant leap backwards in 2016. Despite, Oregon failing to cover in follow-ups to straight-up wins, some are of the opinion that those statistics are out the window here. The fact remains, Wyoming will have a very difficult time stopping Oregon’s offense. The question is whether their offense can actually keep up with the Quack Attack.