Oregon State Beavers vs. Washington Huskies Pick & Prediction NOVEMBER 4th 2022

Stadium: Husky Stadium Seattle
Logo Oregon State Beavers
VS
Logo Washington Huskies
63
OPENER
-2.5

62o -105
CURRENT
-8 +161

+170
MONEYLINE
-200

21
SCORE
24

It’s a Friday night week 10 Pac-12 match-up, as the #24 Oregon State Beavers hit the road to visit the Washington Huskies. This game may not have conference title or playoff implications, but these two teams are currently tied for fifth place in the conference, so this game has a factor in which bowl game these two schools will go to at the end of the regular season.

Oregon State and Washington have quality offenses as they both average at least 33 points per game this season. Kick-off for this Pac-12 conference match-up will begin at 10:30 PM ET at Husky Stadium in Seattle, Washington.

Oregon State vs. Washington Odds

TV: ESPN2

MONEY LINE: Oregon State (+145) vs. Washington (-165)

SPREAD: Oregon State +3.5 (-110) vs. Washington -3.5 (-110)

GAME TOTAL: Over 56 (-110) vs. Under 56 (-110)

Oregon State vs. Washington Preview, Stats and Trends

Oregon State comes into this game as the number 24 ranked team in the country. They have a 6-2 record overall and are tied with Washington for the fifth spot in the Pac-12 conference. At home, this team is 4-1, while on the road, they are 2-1. Even though they have a winning record on the road, the wins that they got have been by three points or less.

The pressure will be on Oregon State’s quarterback Chance Nolan to prove that he can handle playing on the road. Nolan has 939 yards passing this season with seven touchdowns and a terrible eight interceptions. His lack of ball security hurts Oregon State in this match-up on the road.

The Washington Huskies have a 6-2 record and they are 5-0 at home this season. They love playing at Husky Stadium in front of their faithful fans, with their closest win at home being by 10 points. They are 17th in points per game with an average of 40.4 and are first in passing yards with an average of 379 per game.

Quarterback Michael Penix Jr. has put his name in the conversation for a Heisman Trophy this season. He has passed for 2934 yards with 22 touchdowns and just four interceptions. Expect him to have a major impact on this week 10 game for the Huskies.

Oregon State vs. Washington Predictions

All in all, this will be a close match-up for the majority of the contest. What will hinder Oregon State from pulling off the upset is their inability to secure the football. With a raucous crowd in Washington, the Beavers may get rattled and turnover the ball.

The Huskies will see that as an opportunity to separate themselves. They will exploit Oregon State’s defense through the air and continue to gain momentum from the home crowd on Friday night. Look for Washington to once again defend their home field, as they cover the 3.5-point spread and beat Oregon State 38-31.

Final Score: 38-31 (Washington)

EXTRA POINTS

1. Washington is 4-4 against the spread.

2. Oregon State is 6-2 against the spread.

3. Both teams are averaging over 33 points per game this season.

Best Bet: Washington -3.5 (-110)

PREDICTION
Oregon State Beavers
24
33
Washington Huskies
PREDICTION
Oregon State Beavers
24
33
Washington Huskies

Oregon State Beavers vs. Washington Huskies Recap NOV 14TH 2020

Sean McGrew led a multifaceted Washington rushing attack with 91 yards and a touchdown and the Huskies held off visiting Oregon State, 27-21, Saturday at Husky Stadium.

Washington (1-0, 1-0 Pac-12 Conference) nursed a three-point lead for almost the entire second half of its delayed season opener. The Huskies were scheduled to kick off their COVID-19-shortened season Nov. 7 at Cal, but testing protocols resulted in a cancellation.

In its belated start, Washington charged to 24 first-half points behind new offensive coordinator John Donovan's versatile run-game approach. Nine Huskies had carries, including Kamari Pleasant's 61 with a touchdown and Richard Newton's 41 yards.

Quarterback Dylan Morris, who emerged from a four-player competition for the starting role, added a score to his 21 yards -- and Washington's 267 total rushing yards -- with a goal-line touchdown late in the second quarter. The Huskies did not score again until Peyton Henry made a 23-yard field goal with 1:45 remaining.

Oregon State (0-2, 0-2) went scoreless after intermission. The Beavers cut the deficit to three points going into halftime on Jermar Jefferson's four-yard touchdown run 18 seconds before the break.

Jefferson rushed for 133 yards on 23 carries, but it was one yard not credited to him that changed the complexion of the game.

The Beavers drove deep into Washington territory to close the third quarter. On third and fourth downs at the Huskies 5-yard line, Jefferson took the handoff and was ruled short of the first-down marker.

Oregon State was on the wrong end of another official's decision in the fourth quarter when, on Washington's final drive, Kitan Oladapo was called for targeting. His tackle of Morris would have brought up fourth down, but the penalty instead allowed Washington to run an additional 1:33 off the clock.

Washington sealed the win with an Asa Turner interception of Oregon State quarterback Tristan Gebbia. The junior went 11-of-24 for 85 yards. B.J. Baylor rushed for 41 yards on eight carries and scored a touchdown for Oregon State.

Jaydon Grant scored the game's first points, returning a punt blocked by Hamilcar Rashed Jr. for an Oregon State touchdown.

The win marks the first for new Washington head coach Jimmy Lake, a former colleague of Oregon State head coach Jonathan Smith. Both were assistants at Washington under Chris Petersen.

The Huskies have won the last nine straight against the Beavers.

--Field Level Media

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