Arizona State Vs. Oregon State: College Football Odds

As the college football season winds down, Arizona State is looking to close out its last two games with a win as they eye the upcoming bowl games.

The Sun Devils are back in the Pacific Northwest this week taking on the Oregon Beavers. The team was just in Washington last weekend, rallying in the fourth quarter to beat the Huskies.

Arizona State has won the last three of four games against OSU. And if the Devils come out playing as they did in the fourth quarter last week, the Beavers stand no chance.

DraftKings Odds

  • Spread: -3 Arizona State / +3 Oregon State
  • Total: 58.5
  • Moneyline: -145 Arizona State / +125 Oregon State

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  • Spread: -3 Arizona State / +3 Oregon State
  • Total: 59.5
  • Moneyline: -150 Arizona State / +125 Oregon State

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    Arizona State Sun Devils Preview (7-3)

    The win over Washington wasn’t all pretty. The Devils had nine penalties and two turnovers in the first half. They were down by ten going into the fourth quarter but went on to score 21 unanswered points in the fourth to win it.

    Oregon will need to put up plenty of points on the board to keep up with Arizona State. And that starts with stopping running back Rachaad White. The Devils scored 35 points last week, making it their sixth game of the season to score over 30 points. White has 869 rushing yards this season along with 14 touchdowns, the third-best in the Pac-12.

    As for the Devil’s quarterback, Jayden Daniels is having a year with 1,970 passing yards, eight passing touchdowns, 538 rushing yards, and five rushing touchdowns. Arizona State’s leading receiver, Ricky Pearsall, has 421 yards and two touchdowns.

    The defense is also turning heads thanks to Darien Butler. The top tackler on the team has 68 tackles so far and three interceptions.

    But even with so much success, the Devils have struggled at times this year. The victory this weekend will depend on which Arizona State team takes the field. Will they play as they did in the fourth quarter last week? Or will they be their own worst enemy by racking up turnovers and penalties?

    Oregon State Beavers Preview (6-4)

    It is going to be tough for the Devils to travel back to the pacific northwest for the second week in a row. It is cold and dark and not a Sun Devil’s favorite place to play football.

    The Beavers have a 6-4 record and their offense can be a threat just like Arizona State’s. Oregon’s top rusher, B.J. Baylor, put up 80 yards with a touchdown last week in their 35 to 14 win against Stanford. The offense had a total of 475 yards, averaging 6.3 yards per play. Chance Nolan had two passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown. But the quarterback has thrown eight interceptions this season and is known for not always making the best decisions. The defense showed up last week and held Stanford to just 14 points and 230 yards, forcing three turnovers.

    The Beavers win over Stanford was the first time Oregon has beaten them at home since 2009. So we can expect the Beavers to come out with some high energy after such a great win.

    If Oregon’s offense and defense can both dominate as they did against Stanford, they could give Arizona State a run for their money. But I still think (and hope) the Devils will come away with the W.

    How To Watch The ASU Game

    • Date: Saturday, November 20
    • Time: 8:30 PM AZ
    • Location: Reser Stadium in Corvallis, Oregon
    • TV: ESPN
    About the Author

    Calli Varner

    Calli is the editor and senior contributor of As a football fanatic and lifelong resident of Arizona, she proudly cheers on the Arizona Cardinals. But her heart belongs to her number one team, the Kansas City Chiefs. (Go Chiefs Kingdom!) You can follow Calli on Twitter at @CalliDoesSports.