Colorado Odds vs Oregon: Spread, Total, Moneyline Odds to Win | Week 4
Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images. Pictured: Deion Sanders embraces his son, Shilo Sanders, as we break down the Colorado odds vs Oregon in Week 4.
The Colorado Buffaloes hype train stayed on the tracks on Saturday night in college football Week 3, but just barely. Now, it's on to Eugene for a top-25 showdown with the Oregon Ducks — but so far, bettors aren't backing Deion Sanders' squad.
Colorado is currently a 21.5-point underdog against the spread (+21.5) vs Oregon in Week 4.
Colorado is also +800 on the moneyline to win outright and pull off the upset. That means a $10 bet on Colorado to win would win you $90 total, including your $10 bet back. Oregon is a -1400 favorite to win.
Colorado had been +20.5 against the spread before it was announced that Buffs star Travis Hunter would be out for 3 weeks.
The total is set at over/under 70.5 points scored. The total jumped two points on Sunday afternoon to 72.5 before coming back down to 70.5 on Monday following the Hunter injury news.
Colorado odds vs Oregon have been on the move since the Buffs' 43-35 win over Colorado State in double overtime on Saturday. Early Sunday morning, Colorado was a 17.5-point underdog against the spread (+17.5) vs Oregon in Week 4. Colorado was also +610 on the moneyline.
That spread moved a half-point in just five minutes after Colorado was posted at +17 in the moments just after the the Buffs' Week 3 win, indicating early money from bettors is on the Ducks — and it's not slowing down.
With Colorado such a phenomenon in the sports world — and certainly among bettors — odds were already on the board for Colorado vs Oregon before Colorado's Week 3 win over Colorado State.
Prior to kickoff on Saturday, Colorado was a 14.5-point underdog (+14.5) to Oregon in Week 4, with Colorado also +480 on the moneyline to win outright. That means the line initially moved 2.5 points against Colorado after the Buffs' win over Colorado State. Meanwhile, the total was set at 69.5 both before Week 3's game and shortly after the Colorado win on Saturday, before being bet up to 70.5.