2020 Rose Bowl Odds: Oregon vs. Wisconsin Spread, Over/Under & Our Projections

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Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Oregon Ducks quarterback Justin Herbert

Rose Bowl Odds: Oregon vs. Wisconsin

  • Odds: Wisconsin -3
  • Over/Under: 49.5
  • Date: Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020
  • Time: 5 p.m. ET
  • TV channel: ESPN
  • Location: Pasadena, Calif.

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Oregon Betting Stats & 2019 Season Profile

  • Season Record: 10-2
  • Against-the-Spread Record: 6-6
  • Conference: Pac-12
  • Offense Yards Per Play Rank: 19
  • Defense Yards Per Play Rank: 15
  • S&P+ Special Teams Rank: 111

Analysis: The betting market was way down on Oregon before its Pac-12 Championship Game meeting with Utah. The Ducks had lost to Arizona State and really struggled on offense against Oregon State in the Civil War. But Oregon showed up in a big way against Utah, outgaining the Utes by almost 2.0 yards per play in a 37-15 win. There isn’t one thing that Oregon does exceptionally, but it has a good quarterback, a strong stable of running backs, a good offensive line and a defense that can stop the run (and rush the pass a little bit). There may be a flood of people rushing to bet Oregon in the Rose Bowl but be sure to consider the biggest sample size possible when making your wagers. — Steve Petrella

All stats are regular season only


Wisconsin Betting Stats & 2019 Season Profile

  • Season Record: 10-2
  • Against-the-Spread Record: 7-5
  • Conference: Big Ten
  • Offense Yards Per Play Rank: 19
  • Defense Yards Per Play Rank: 11
  • S&P+ Special Teams Rank: 87

Analysis: Preseason expectations for the Badgers were lower than they’ve been in previous years. In hindsight, we should have seen that Wisconsin would at worst maintain their recent success due to much improved quarterback play. I try not to be too critical of specific college athletes, but Jack Coan was a massive improvement over Alex Hornibrook. Add in the return of wide receiver Quentez Cephus and the Badgers had a balanced offense for the first time in years, ranking in the top-15 in both passing and rushing success rate. While the offense made big strides, the defense is still the calling card for this team. The only area where Wisconsin can be taken advantage of is with explosive run plays. I’ll look to fade a disappointed Wisconsin team if they matchup against a team that can hit big runs. –Kyle Miller

All stats are regular season only


Rose Bowl Projections & Picks

  • Our projected spread: Wisconsin 0
  • Our projected over/under: 59.1

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