Saturday night’s Oregon vs Stony Brook isn’t exactly going to turn any heads and it’s going to be a relatively forgotten game in the national spotlight, but here’s everything you need to know.
Let’s start with some injury updates.
Oregon injury report vs Stony Brook Week 3
Justin Flowe is out for Saturday’s game along with Dru Mathis and it’s unknown what Kayvon Thibodeaux’s status is after missing the Ohio State game and the second half of the Fresno State contest. Keith Brown suffered a leg injury against Ohio State, but Mario Cristobal told the media this week it was cramp-related and he should be good to go versus Stony Brook.
Justin Flowe update
Oregon received some bad news this week as reports indicated Flowe broke his foot and would miss at least the remainder of the regular season and potentially the postseason as well. This is a massive blow to the linebacking unit.
Oregon vs Stony Brook odds, spread, over/under, & betting pick Week 3
WynnBET’s Week 3 college football odds don’t have this game listed with odds or an over/under as of Saturday morning but that might be updated as the day progresses. It’s rare for there to be a moneyline when an FBS power faces an FCS foe but I would guess the over/under is somewhere around 50-60 and the spread is probably -30 to -40 and I think Oregon could reach that number on its own and cover. I could see Oregon beating Stony Brook on Saturday, 55-7.
What channel is the Oregon game on in Week 3?
The Oregon game today from Autzen Stadium will be broadcast on Pac-12 Network at 4:30 p.m. PT/7:30 p.m. ET.
Oregon vs Stony Brook live stream
Today’s Oregon game can be streamed live on Fubo TV.
Oregon’s next game and schedule
Oregon’s next game will be in Week 4 on Sept. 25 against Arizona to kick off Pac-12 play in a 10:30 p.m. ET and 7:30 p.m. PT matchup. Here are the next five games.
Week 4: vs. Arizona
Week 5: at Stanford
Week 6: BYE
Week 7: vs. Cal
Week 8: at UCLA
Week 9: vs. Colorado