Now that the Power Five conferences have released their schedules for the 2020 season, expectations are rife for big giants to make it to the National Playoff and eventually clinch the National title. Oregon Ducks is a team on the spotlight in the Pac-12 conference expected to secure a place in the National Playoffs. The Ducks are clear favorites in the Pac-12 conference to reach the National Playoffs and ESPN FPI has given it a 24.3% chance of doing so. That odd comes 6th in all the ratings given by ESPN FBI across all the conferences. Oregon Odds of Making the National Playoff. The Ducks are clear favorites in the Pac-12 conference to reach the National Playoffs and ESPN FPI has given it a 24.3% chance of doing so. That odd comes 6th in all the ratings given by ESPN FBI across all the conferences.
This is a clear indication that Oregon Ducks should have a place in the National Playoffs. The FPI further gives Oregon Ducks an 8.5% chance to reach the CFP Title Game and a 2.6% chance of taking the CFP trophy home. Now, let’s dive into their 2020 season fixtures and see Oregon’s odds of making it to the National Playoffs.
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1. Oregon Vs Colorado
Oregon will kickstart their 2020 campaign at home on 26th September against the Buffalos. The Buffalo team will be looking to avoid a repeat of last year’s 45-3 humiliation in the hands of the Ducks. Karl Dorrell, the first-year Buffalo’s head coach, will have to do without their quarterback Steven Montez who joined Washington as an undrafted agent in 2020. Also, he will be banking on receiver KD Nixon to replace Laviska Shenault who joined the NFL side Jaguars. If you love sports betting, you can stake for Oregon which has an ESPN FPI projection of 95.9% in this particular match.
2. Washington State Vs Oregon
Oregon has never won at Palouse since 2020. This time around, they are hoping to break the barrier when they meet on October 3. ESPN FPI projection favors Oregon with an 88.3% chance.
3. Oregon Vs Arizona State
Oregon will be looking to avoid an insult to the injury caused by Arizona State when they met in late November last year. The game dented Oregon’s hope for last year’s Football Playoffs and this time though is going to be a revenge mission. Although Arizona State saw several graduations, Jayden Daniels will still be looking to be a nightmare to Oregon’s defense when they meet on October 9. Nevertheless, Oregon is still primed to win with a projection of 92.8% as per ESPN FPI.
4. Oregon State Vs Oregon Ducks
Oregon Ducks and Oregon State will lock horns on October 17 at Oregon State home field. Oregon State attempted an unsuccessful late scare against the Ducks in 2019. The Ducks will be eyeing another victory to take it to four consecutive wins against their rivals. Oregon is touted to win the game and ESPN FPI projection stands at 91.3%.
5. Oregon Vs Washington
Washington is no doubt Oregon’s bitter rival. Oregon has been a better side and has smashed Washington twice in a row. The two teams will meet on October 31 at home to Oregon and both will have to replace their starting quarterbacks. The Huskies may call upon Jacob Sirmon, Dylan Morris, or Kevin Thompson to take the quarterback mantle. However, the odds are on the Ducks with ESPN FBI projection at 86.8%.
6. Cal Bears Vs Oregon
The Ducks will be traveling to the Bay Area to face Cal Bears on 7th November. In the 2019 season, Cal Bears gave the Ducks a tough challenge and shut them out at halftime on their home ground. The Ducks had not seen this since the early 2000s but were lucky because they ended up winning 17-7. Cal Bears starting quarterback Chase Garbers who missed the last year’s game due to injury, is available and will attempt to add thorns to Oregon’s flesh when they meet. ESPN FPI projection stands at 79.3% for Oregon.
7. Oregon Vs USC
The Ducks will host USC on 14th November. This game is expected to have a significant impact on the Pac-12 race as the two teams have good odds. The Oregon Ducks managed to carry the day the past season when they met and will be a big test to stamp the dominance once again. ESPN’s FPI projection for Oregon is 69.0%.
8. Arizona Vs Oregon
Over the past decade, the State of Arizona has not been a fertile ground for the Ducks. When the two teams meet on November 20 at home in Arizona, the Ducks know that they must put more effort to overcome that mentality and win the game. ESPN FPI projection favors the Ducks at 87.3%.
9. Oregon Vs Stanford
The Ducks were the better side when they met Stanford at Bay Area the previous year. David Shaw is hoping his quarterback David Mills will help reinvigorate his team this season. The Ducks are still favorites going into the 28th November tie with an ESPN FPI projection of 86.8%.
10. Utah Vs Oregon
Oregon will play their last game of 2020 when they travel to Utah on December 5. ESPN FPI projection gives Oregon 69.5% for this match.
For all their new 2020 schedules, Oregon is the favorite heading into those matches. This means their best shot to the National Playoffs is through the conference. The likes of ESPN have given the Ducks a 12.1% chance of having a perfect season, an 86.3% chance of winning the Pac-12 North Division, and 57..1% chance of winning the Pac-12 title.
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