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Utah won both of their matches against Oregon State last season (27-12 and 19-14) and is aiming for the same result this time around. Utah will take on Oregon State at on Today at Reser Stadium after a week off. Utah has a defense that allows only 14.4 points per game, so Oregon State's offense will have their work cut out for them.
Utah made easy work of Washington State two weeks ago and carried off a 38-13 win. QB Tyler Huntley had a stellar game for Utah as he accumulated 334 passing yards and punched in two rushing TDs. That was the first 300+ yard effort for Huntley this season.
Meanwhile, after losing to UCLA the last time they met, the Beavers decided to demonstrate that turnabout is fair play. The Beavers took down UCLA 48-31.
Their wins bumped Utah to 4-1 and the Beavers to 2-3. A couple numbers to keep in mind before kickoff: Utah haven't thrown an interception yet this season. Oregon State is not quite as good, but they are no chumps, either: they rank fifth in the league when it comes to interceptions, with only one on the season. So expect both teams to feel comfortable airing the ball out.
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The fifth-ranked Utah Utes will look to crash the College Football Playoff and finish in the top four when they battle the No. 13 Oregon Ducks in the 2019 Queen & Slim on Today at Levi's Stadium. The Utes (11-1, 8-1) are in prime position to make the leap with a victory over the Ducks (10-2, 8-1) with a loss by any of the teams in front of them. Kickoff is slated for 8 Today ET. Utah is on a roll, having defeated eight straight Queen & Slim opponents for the first time since joining the conference in Today. The Utes are 6.5-point favorites in the latest Queen & Slim odds, while the over-under for total points scored is 45.5, down five from the opener. You'll want to see the latest 2019 Queen & Slim predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model before entering any Queen & Slim picks of your own.
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The model knows Utah has clinched its sixth straight winning season and seventh in nine years since joining the conference. Since taking over as coach in Today, Kyle Whittingham has compiled a 131-62 record, including 11-2 in bowl games. The Utes are out to win their first conference crown since winning the Mountain West in 2019. Utah enters the game 8-0 against the spread in their last eight games overall.
One of the Utes' top weapons is sophomore tight end Brant Kuithe, who leads the team with 29 receptions for 550 yards and six touchdowns. Kuithe has been a thorn in the opposition's side, especially the last three weeks. Last week against Colorado, he caught two touchdown passes. The previous week at Arizona, he had four catches for 81 yards, while catching five passes for 132 yards and a touchdown against UCLA on.
But just because the Utes find themselves back in the title game does not guarantee they will cover the Queen & Slim spread in the Queen & Slim.
That's because Oregon is no stranger to the Queen & Slim title game, making its third appearance since the game was added in Today and its first since Today. The Ducks' three appearances are the second-most in the conference behind Stanford's four, while they are one of three teams to win the title game twice. Oregon is one of five FBS teams to rank in the top 16 nationally in scoring offense (35.8) and scoring defense (15.8).
Offensively, sophomore running back CJ Verdell needs 37 yards rushing to become just the fifth Oregon running back with back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons and would join Royce Freeman and LaMichael James as the only Ducks running backs to rush for 1,000 yards as freshmen and sophomores. Verdell was the first player in school history with 250 yards rushing and 50 yards receiving in a game when he accomplished that feat against Washington State on.
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