Washington vs Oregon football: Week 6 Odds, Spread, Line, Over / Under, College football schedule

The Washington Huskies take on the Oregon Ducks in one of the college football games on Saturday, October 8, 2016 start time at 7:30 PM ET, at Autzen Stadium, Eugene, Oregon.

The Washington Huskies (5-0) defeated the Stanford Cardinal, 44-6, last week. Jake Browning completed 15 of 21 passes for 210 yards and three touchdowns. In rushing, Myles Gaskin ran for 100 yards and two touchdowns in 18 carries while Lavon Coleman added 74 yards and a touchdown in 11 carries. In receiving, John Ross posted 82 yards and a touchdown in four receptions while Dante Pettis added 60 yards and a touchdown in four catches. Aaron Fuller complimented for three yards and a touchdown.

Offensively, Washington football is averaging 241.8 yards in passing and 199.2 yards in rushing. Defensively, Washington football is yielding 177.0 yards in passing and 122.2 yards in rushing against the opposing teams.

The Oregon Ducks (2-3) lost against the Washington State Cougars, 51-33, last week. Dakota Prukop completed 14 of 22 passes for 132 yards. In rushing, Royce Freeman ran for 138 yards and three touchdowns in 19 carries while Tony Brooks-James added 41 yards in six carries. Justin Herbert added four yards and a touchdown. In receiving, Jacob Breeland posted 70 yards in two receptions while Charles Nelson added 38 yards in six catches.

Offensively, Oregon football is averaging 248.6 yards in passing and 263.4 yards in rushing. Defensively, Oregon football is yielding 280.4 yards in passing and 210.0 yards in rushing against the opposing teams.

Washington vs Oregon football game schedule:

Date: October 8, 2016
Start Time: 7:30 PM ET
TV Channel Schedule: FOX
Live Stream: Fox Sports Stream
Odds and Point Spread: -8.5 Washington, 68.5 O/U

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