Oddsmakers have the No. 3 Oregon Ducks favored to defeat the No. 22 Arizona Wildcats by more than three touchdowns on Saturday at Eugene's Autzen Stadium.
Most have the number at Oregon minus-23.5.
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota has shown himself to be a steady and calm decision-maker at the position in just his first year as a starter. He has plenty of weapons to get the ball to -- De'Anthony Thomas, Kenjon Barner and a host of wide receivers and tight ends -- and the Ducks have come out and dominated their first three opponents in the first halves of the games.
That left the second halves pretty meaningless, and Oregon had lapses in effort against Fresno State and Arkansas State. But they should be able to move the ball and score with their first-teamers on the field more often.
The Wildcats are also 3-0 and have found, apparently, the right guy to work new coach Rich Rodriguez's system in quarterback Matt Scott. To get the upset, Arizona's defense will really have to come up huge.
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