College Football Odds Week 14: Oregon vs Washington Lines, Spreads, Betting Trends

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Washington vs
+9.5 (-108)
-9.5 (-112)
o65.5 (-110)
u65.5 (-110)

Week 14 of the college football season continues with a blockbuster Pac-12 Championship between Top 10 teams as the No. 6 Oregon Ducks take on the No. 4 Washington Huskies. The betting odds see Oregon as a 9.5-point favorite despite Washington owning a slight leg up in the rankings. Coverage begins from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas at 8:00 p.m. ET on ABC.

Here's everything you need to know about the college football odds for Week 14 Oregon vs. Washington, including the opening lines, spreads, betting trends and more. Check back regularly for updates and use our BetMGM bonus code to get the most out of your action.

No. 5 Oregon vs No. 3 Washington Odds

Tez Johnson and Oregon can avenge a Week 7 loss to Washington. (Getty)
  • Opening point spread: Oregon -9.5
  • Opening moneyline: Oregon -345/Washington +270
  • Opening total: Over/Under 67 points scored
  • Time: 8 p.m. ET Friday (ABC)

UPDATE 7 P.M. ET FRIDAY: An hour before kickoff, Oregon is laying 9.5 points at BetMGM Nevada, which is taking a boatload of action, since the Pac-12 title game is in Las Vegas.

"You can barely walk through the casino, it's so packed here," BetMGM Nevada's Scott Shelton said from the sportsbook's offices at Mandalay Bay, right across the highway from Allegiant Stadium.

Oregon opened -8.5, sped to -9.5 Sunday night, then touched -10 Thursday night and earlier today. The Ducks went down to -9 late this morning and -8.5 (-120) this afternoon, before rebounding to -9.5.

"There's just a truckload of spread tickets on both sides. There are a few hundred more on Washington, but it's not even 1.5/1. Money was flirting with 2/1 Oregon, but now it's about 1.5/1. It does seem like the bigger bets have been on Oregon," Shelton said.

That includes plays of $110,000 and $40,000 on Oregon -9.5.

"And there are a ton of bets in the $5,000 range, just endless," Shelton said.

On the moneyline, however, it's all Washington, at 10/1 tickets and money. And there are no five- or six-figure wagers, so that's just an accumulation of cash so far.

"An Oregon win and a Washington cover would be perfect," Shelton said.

He added that bettors are hammering the Over on Oregon QB Bo Nix props. That includes Over/Under 2.5 passing touchdowns, with tickets and money 10/1 on the Over, which is now juiced to -190. The total on Nix passing yards is 322.5 (Over -135) is seeing 6/1 tickets and 8/1 money on the Over.

Even the Nix rushing yards prop is getting hit, currently 12.5 (Over -160). Shelton said there are 254 total tickets written – 250 on the Over, four on the Under, with the Over drawing $11,000 and the Under about $100.

UPDATE 3 P.M. ET THURSDAY: BetMGM pegged the Ducks 8.5-point neutral-site favorites Sunday night. Oregon quickly moved out to -9.5 and remains -9.5 this afternoon.

"Sharps have pushed this line to Oregon -9.5, where we're seeing great two-way action. Which surprises me a little, because I haven't heard anyone say they like Washington all week," BetMGM trader Seamus Magee said. "Regardless, the sharp side has definitely been Oregon up to this point at 9.5. Washington outright to break up parlays would be huge for us.

"Oregon moneyline has been the popular side all week [in parlays]. I have a hard time imagining Washington will be a public side."

Magee said the national narrative is all going toward Oregon, as well, boosted by QB Bo Nix being the favorite in Heisman Trophy odds.

BetMGM opened the total at 67.5 and spent the first half of the week at various iterations of 66.5 (Over -115/flat/Under -115). It's now down to 65.5 (Over -115).

UPDATE 2 P.M. ET MONDAY: Oregon (11-1 SU/10-1-1 ATS) finished the regular season with a strong kick, ripping rival Oregon State 31-7 as a 14-point home favorite. The Ducks are the No. 1 spread-covering team in the nation as they head to the Pac-12 title game in Las Vegas.

On the flip side, Washington remained unbeaten (12-0 SU/6-5-1 ATS), but nearly finished with a massive thud. The Huskies, laying 14.5 points at home against Washington State, needed a final-seconds field goal to escape with a 24-21 win.

Washington and Oregon met in Week 7, with the host Huskies nabbing a 36-33 win to push as 3-point faves. But Oregon has looked far better since then, going 6-0 SU (4-2 ATS), with five of those wins by 14 points or more.

The Ducks opened -9.5 in TwinSpires' college football odds Week 14 market, and the line hasn't moved yet. Early action is tilted toward the Huskies, at 2/1 tickets and 3/1 money.

"The public loves the undefeated and higher-ranked team catching points. We will likely need the Ducks here," Lucas said.

The total is stable at 67, with 65% of tickets/62% of money on the Over.

Friday night's winner is all but guaranteed to remain a factor in the College Football Playoff odds market.

Click here for Vegas Insider senior reporter Patrick Everson's full College Football Odds Week 14 Report containing spreads, lines, and trends for every Top 25 matchup.