- Overall Record
- ATS Record
Oregon vs Fresno State OddsMore Odds
Ducks InjuriesAll NCAAF Injuries
There are no injuries for this team currently.
Ducks 2021 Schedule
Oregon Ducks Football
The 4-3 record for the Ducks in 2020 had to be a disappointment for their fans. The 9th-ranked team in the nation heading into the season, head coach Mario Cristobal’s team faded down the stretch, losing three of their last four contests to end the year.
Expectations remain high in Oregon -- and at sportsbooks -- as the Ducks are the favorites to win the Pac-12 in 2021. With a whopping 16 of ESPN’s top-300 recruits coming to Eugene, the optimism is well-founded. See all of the Ducks' above, as well as their full schedule, notable injuries, depth charts, against-the-spread (ATS) performance, and much more.
Oregon Ducks Point Spreads
Oregon was a disappointing 3-4 against-the-spread last season, despite its winning overall record. Performance against-the-spread is a good reflection of whether a team lived up to expectations, since “covering” the spread relies not just on winning but the expected margin of victory as well.
A Ducks point spread might look like this:
- Oregon -13 (-110)
- Oregon State +13 (-110)
With a 31-21 victory, Oregon would still be losers vs. the spread. They need to win by 14 or more to cover, while Oregon State just needs to lose by 12 or fewer, or win the game outright, to cover the spread. Of course, if Oregon won by exactly 13 points, the bet would “push,” which means a tie and a refund for both sides.
Oregon Ducks Over/Unders
Even though they scored over 30 points per game last season and allowed almost as many (28.3), Ducks unders were actually the better bet to make at 4-3, which shows sportsbooks expected even more scoring than that.
Over/unders are bets on how many points will be scored in a game between both teams. It doesn’t matter who wins or by how much -- just the points.
If sportsbooks are expecting 53 points between Oregon and Oregon State, you can bet over or under that many points. In that example, a 31-21 game is a win for the under, while the over needs 54 or more points.
Oregon Ducks Moneylines
Despite winning four games (and thus four games on the moneyline) moneyline bettors were losers overall on the Ducks in 2020. Even though it’s just a bet on which team will win the game, the payouts vary depending on whether a team is expected to win (a favorite) or expected to lose (an underdog). The Ducks won just once as less than a -400 favorite.
As -400 favorites against Washington State, a $100 bet would pay only $25 in profit with a Ducks win. If they were +400 dogs instead, that $25 bet would yield a $100 profit.
Oregon Ducks Props
Player props are a fun way to get some action on the Ducks, especially if you’re a fantasy football player well-versed at projecting player performance. Since these bets are just based on single-player stats, it’s just like playing fantasy.
Some props that will be out there for the Ducks in 2021 include over/under on QB Anthony Brown's touchdown passes, RB CJ Verdell to be the first scorer of the game, and WR Mycah Pittman's reception yards, among others.
Oregon Ducks Futures
If you expect the Ducks to fulfill expectations and take the Pac-12 crown, you can put your money where your mouth is with a futures bet. Futures are wagers on the entirety of the season and settle up when the season (or the outcome) is all said and done.
Some Ducks futures include their odds to win the Pac-12 or the NCAA title, over/under on team wins, and more.