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How to watch and what to watch in 2019 Civil War between Oregon and Oregon State

Ducks enter as heavy favorites in this year’s rivalry game. We get you ready with odds, lines, picks and analysis for the big game.

Oregon Ducks quarterback Justin Herbert against the Arizona State Sun Devils in the first half at Sun Devil Stadium. Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The Oregon Ducks will welcome in their rival Oregon State Beavers for the 123rd installment of the Civil War at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon.

The Ducks (16) enter this game having clinched the Pac-12 North Division and are looking to lock up a 10-win season since 2014, when they made it to the National Championship. Oregon’s chances at making the College Football Playoff went out the window after last week’s loss to Arizona State.

Oregon State will look to spoil the Ducks’ party, and at 5-6 are searching to become Bowl eligible for the season. The Beavers have lost two of their past three games entering the Civil War, but also took down that same ASU team that knocked off Oregon.

Game Time/TV Channel/Streaming

The game is set to kick-off at 4:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, Nov. 30, on the Pac-12 Networks. You can also stream the game on fuboTV.

Point Spread, Totals, Odds, Trends

Spread: Oregon (-19.5) vs. Oregon State
Point Total: 65.5 O/U (-110)
Money line: Oregon (-1115), Oregon State (+650)

— Oregon has dominated the rivalry recently, winning 10 of the past 11 meetings between the teams.

— The Ducks hold a 65-47-10 edge over the Beavers all-time in the series.

— The two teams have gone OVER this point total in seven of the past eight matchups.

Pick against the Spread

The Ducks should run away with this game in a landslide right? They were No. 6 in the CFP poll before losing to ASU and are led by Justin Herbert, who is having a stellar senior season with 30 TDs and just five picks in 11 games. Neither team is particularly strong on defense, so in a potential shootout, I think you have to favor the Ducks at home heavily. I mean, the spread reflects this already. The Beavers only shot is if they can force Herbert into some bad throws and out gun Oregon on offense. OSU has the personnel to pull it off, with WR Isaiah Hodgins and RB Artavis Pierce. Maybe if the Beavers were getting three TDs, then I’d consider them on the spread. But on the road with the Ducks coming off a bad loss and pissed off, no way.

Pick: Oregon (-19)

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