Jimmy Kaylor releases his Week 7 council football picks, stylish bets and prognostications for Saturday's Oregonvs. Washington game.TheNo. 7 Washington Huskies( 5- 0) will host theNo. 8 Oregon Ducks( 5- 0) in a monumental Pac- 12 showdown Saturday autumn in the first- ever top- 10 meeting between the longtime rivals.
Washington knocked off Oregon last time with a 43- yard field thing with lower than a nanosecond left. The Huskies and Ducks are both coming off bye weeks, allowing them to get healthy before Saturday's showdown No 10 USC is the only other platoon in the conference with a perfect record heading into Week 7
onset is set for 330 pm ET at Husky Stadium in Seattle. The rearmost Washingtonvs. Oregon odds favor the Huskies by 3 points, while the SportsLine agreement over/ under is 67 points. Before picking or laying on Oregonvs. Washington, check out SportsLine football expert Jimmy Kaylor's council football prognostications and laying tips.
Kaylor is an NFL, council football and DFS expert for SportsLine, having covered the NFL and council football for nearly a decade as a member of the Pro Football pens of America. His background as a former council football each- American and NFL player gives him a unique perspective when erecting his fantasy lineups and locking in his laying picks.
He has his cutlet on the palpitation of the council football geography and has been making big plutocrat over the once two times.Keillor has been red-hot in his football picks for SportsLine in 2023, going 19- 6 in his stylish bets to this point this season. Anyone who has followed his choice is way over.
Oregon has an educated and talented canon, led by elderly quarterback Bo Nix, who's in his alternate time with the Ducks after transferring from Auburn. Nix was extensively considered a top seeker for the preseason Heisman jewel and has lived up to prospects through five games.
Nix enters this tourney completing80.4 of his passes for 1,459 yards, 15 touchdowns and one interception. He added 87 yards on the ground and a TD. Oregon also has a game- changer at the running back position in Bucky Irving. The transfer from Minnesota is comprising7.9 yards per carry heading into this tourney,
And is an explosive game- stopping trouble any time he touches the ball. Oregon is one of the top protective brigades in council football, ranking sixth in the nation in both total defense(256.6 yards per game) and points allowed per game(11.8).Ducks are 4- 0 against the spread in 2023. See which platoon to pick on SportsLine.
Washington's offense has been nearly perfect this season, scoring further than 30 points in five of its games. The Huskies have transcended the 40- point mark in those four jaunts, including a 59- 32 palm over California three weeks agone.