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At 8:00 PM ET on Saturday, the Oregon State Beavers (5-2) are at home against the Colorado Buffaloes (1-5).
The Beavers are very big favorites (currently -24) in their matchup against the Buffaloes, with the over/under at 50.5 points. (In terms of the moneyline, the Beavers are -4181 and the Buffaloes are +1323.)
Game Info and Betting Lines for Oregon State vs. Colorado
- Game Day: Saturday, October 22, 2022
- Game Time: 8:00 PM ET
- TV Channel: Pac-12 Network
- Location: Corvallis, Oregon
- Stadium: Reser Stadium
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Oregon State Betting Insights
- Colorado is 1-5-0 against the spread this year.
- Colorado is 0-1 against the spread when an underdog by 24 points or greater this year.
- Out of Colorado’s six games with a set total, four have hit the over (66.7%).
Oregon State Stats & Insights
- Oregon State ranks 61st in total offense (418.3 yards per game) and 50th in total defense (359.6 yards allowed per game) this season.
- Offensively, Oregon State ranks 57th in the FBS with 31.3 points per game. Meanwhile, the team’s defense ranks 57th in points allowed (359.6 points allowed per contest).
- From an offensive standpoint, Oregon State ranks 74th in the FBS with 234.1 passing yards per game. Meanwhile, the defense ranks 73rd in passing yards allowed per contest (234.1).
- On offense, Oregon State ranks 40th in the FBS with 184.1 rushing yards per game. Meanwhile, the defensive unit ranks 42nd in rushing yards allowed per contest (125.4).
- Oregon State is putting up a 39.5% third-down conversion rate on offense (67th in the FBS), and ranks 75th on the other side of the ball with a 39.4% third-down conversion rate allowed.
- With 10 forced turnovers (54th in the FBS) against 12 turnovers committed (100th in the FBS), Oregon State’s -2-2 turnover margin ranks 100th in college football.
Oregon State’s Best Players
- Chance Nolan has thrown for 939 yards (134.1 ypg) to lead Oregon State, completing 59.5% of his passes and collecting seven touchdown passes compared to eight interceptions this season. He’s also figured in the ground game with 75 rushing yards on 16 carries with one rushing touchdown.
- Deshaun Fenwick has carried the ball 80 times for a team-high 356 yards on the ground and has found the end zone four times.
- This season, Damien Martinez has carried the ball 57 times for 339 yards (48.4 per game) and two touchdowns.
- Tre’Shaun Harrison’s 454 yards as a receiver lead the team. He’s been targeted 54 times and has registered 32 receptions and three touchdowns.
- Anthony Gould has hauled in 22 receptions totaling 374 yards, finding the end zone three times as a receiver so far this campaign.
- Tyjon Lindsey’s 16 receptions are good enough for 177 yards and one touchdown.
- Kitan Oladapo has 2.5 sacks to pace the team, and also has 2.0 TFL and 30 tackles.
- Kyrei Fisher, Oregon State’s tackle leader, has 33 tackles, 1.0 TFL, and 0.5 sacks this year.
- Ryan Cooper Jr. has a team-high three interceptions to go along with 19 tackles, 1.0 TFL, one sack, and three passes defended.
Colorado Betting Insights
- Colorado is 1-5-0 against the spread this season.
- Colorado is 0-1 against the spread when an underdog by 24 points or more this season.
- The teams have hit the over in four of Colorado’s six games with a set total.
Colorado Stats & Insights
- Colorado has lots of room to get better, as it ranks eighth-worst in total yards per game (285.5) and eighth-worst in total yards allowed per game (473.5).
- Colorado has plenty of room to get better, as it ranks third-worst in points per game (14.5) this season and fifth-worst in points surrendered per game (38.2).
- Colorado’s passing offense has been a bottom-25 unit this season, registering 171.7 passing yards per game, which ranks 16th-worst in the FBS. Defensively, it ranks 57th with 222.5 passing yards allowed per contest.
- Colorado ranks 106th in rushing yards per game (113.8), but it has been worse defensively, ranking third-worst in the FBS with 251.0 rushing yards allowed per contest.
- Colorado has struggled on both sides of the ball on third down this season, ranking 13th-worst in third-down conversion percentage (31.0%) and second-worst in third-down rate allowed (51.3%).
- At -4, Colorado sports the 100th-ranked turnover margin in the FBS, with six forced turnovers (108th in the FBS) and 10 turnovers committed (72nd in the FBS).
Colorado’s Best Players
- Owen McCown has put up 600 passing yards, or 100.0 per game, so far this season. He has completed 57% of his passes and has recorded two touchdowns with two interceptions.
- Deion Smith has carried the ball 46 times for 243 yards, with one touchdown.
- Anthony Hankerson has piled up 35 carries and totaled 140 yards with two touchdowns.
- Daniel Arias leads his squad with 295 receiving yards on 18 receptions with one touchdown.
- Montana Lemonious-Craig has racked up 168 receiving yards (28.0 yards per game) and one touchdown on 13 receptions.
- Jordyn Tyson has racked up 126 reciving yards (21.0 ypg) and two touchdowns this season.
- Josh Chandler-Semedo leads the team with 4.0 sacks, and also has 9.0 TFL and 44 tackles.
- Trevor Woods is the team’s tackle leader this year. He’s picked up 47 tackles.
- Tyrin Taylor has a team-leading one interception to go along with seven tackles and one pass defended.