1. Oregon holds Washington to one touchdown
Let’s face it, Washington does not have a good offense. In fact, the Huskies have one of the worst offenses in the Pac-12 and for a while, one of the worst in the country this season.
Dylan Morris has had an up-and-down year and it started off slowly with an 0-2 record and just two total touchdowns in the Huskies’ first two games. Offense is far from a strength of this team as the Huskies average just 22.8 points and about 353 yards per game. That’s not going to cut it against a high-powered offensive attack like Oregon’s.
Oregon’s defense has some solid pieces but hasn’t put it all together for 60 minutes in quite some time but I think this game will allow this side of the ball to dominate because Washington is that mediocre on offense.
Washington hasn’t scored more than 24 points in a single game in over a month and I think Oregon goes one step further and holds the Huskies to just one touchdown on Saturday evening.
The Huskies will still be able to kick a few field goals, but I see Oregon holding Washington to just one touchdown and winning by two scores.