USC vs. Oregon State: NCAA Football Betting Picks and Tips


Pac-12 opponents will clash when No. 7 USC Trojans (3-0) against Oregon State Beavers (3-0). Trojans, listed in -6.5 in propagation, travel to face the Beavers, +191 to win, on September 24, 2022 at 9:30 pm ET. A total of points 70.5 was set for the game.

The betting facts in this article are based on odds valid on September 22, 2022 at 6:25 am ET. Check out the table below for the latest odds for this matchup and click here to get the best DraftKings Sportsbook deposit bonus!

USC vs. Oregon State Odds

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Computer Picks for USC vs Oregon State
To spread Up down

USC (-6.5)

Below (70.5)

Predictions are calculated by a data-driven algorithm (raw power score) that ranks head-to-head results within a closed gaming network. The confidence of the forecast is determined by the delta between each team’s raw power score.

Team stats comparison

USC Statistics (ranking) Oregon State
50.7 (7) points per game 45.7 (13)
19.7 (46) Points per game against 25.7 (70)
318.3 (17) passing yards 278.3 (36)
203.7 (58) Pass Yards Against 215.3 (68)
201.7 (40) reed yards 192.7 (47)
177.0 (103) Throwing yards against 142.0 (73)
0 (100) sweepstakes 3 (48)
9 (4) Apprenticeship 6 (13)
+9 Turnover Differential +3

USC vs. Oregon State betting information

USC stats and trends

  • Against the spread, USC is 3-0-0 this season.
  • The USC ATS record as favorites of 6.5 points or more is 3-0.
  • Two of USC’s three games came to an end.
  • Once this season, the Trojans and their opponent combined to score over 70.5 points.
  • The over/under in this game is 70.5 points, 4.3 above the Trojans’ total game average this season.

Oregon State Statistics and Trends

  • Oregon State hasn’t lost a game against the spread this year.
  • Oregon State’s pair of three games in 2022 has come to an end.
  • Beavers’ games ended with over 70.5 points once this season.
  • The games involving the Beavers this year averaged 57.0 points per game, a difference of 13.5 points when compared to the over/under of this competition.

USC players to watch

  • Caleb Williams threw for 874 yards (291.3 ypg) to lead the USC, completing 74.4% of his passes and recording eight touchdowns this season. He also figured in the ground game for 73 yards (24.3 ypg) on ​​27 carries with two rushing touchdowns.
  • Travis Dye’s 227 rushing yards (75.7 per game) came in 30 carries, with two touchdowns this year. He also added seven receptions for 76 yards (25.3 per game).
  • This season, Austin Jones has taken 24 carries for 196 yards (65.3 per game) and three touchdowns, as well as catching six passes for 68 yards (22.7 per game).
  • Jordan Addison’s 295 receiving yards (98.3 yards per game) came in 18 receptions for five touchdowns.
  • Mario Williams caught six passes for 117 yards (58.5 yards per game) and a touchdown this year.
  • Tahj Washington’s five receptions yielded 86 yards (43.0 ypg).

Oregon State Players to Watch

  • Chance Nolan has 746 yards (248.7 ypg) to lead Oregon State, completing 62.7% of his passes and throwing seven touchdowns and two interceptions this season. He also threw on the ground for 44 yards (14.7 ypg) on ​​12 carries with a touchdown.
  • Deshaun Fenwick’s 204 rushing yards (68.0 per game) came in 38 carries, with three touchdowns this year.
  • This season, Damien Martinez has amassed 108 yards (36.0 per game) on 23 carries with a touchdown.
  • Tre’Shaun Harrison’s 219 receiving yards (73.0 yards per game) leads all receivers on the team. He totaled 16 receptions and two touchdowns.
  • Anthony Gould has recorded 188 receiving yards (62.7 yards per game) and two touchdowns for eight passes this year.
  • Luke Musgrave’s 11 receptions this season resulted in 169 yards (84.5 ypg) and a touchdown.

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