College Football: Can Oregon Reverse Pac-12 Road Curse vs SEC?

The largest game on the college football slate for Week 1 would be your No. 11 Oregon Ducks traveling to collide with the No. 16 Auburn Tigers at neutral site AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
This game has been garnering a lot of attention as the lone contest with just two ranked teams meeting at the forthcoming week of this season, in addition, the quarterback battle??is a one between a veteran in Justin Herbert and a professional at Bo Nix. The Tigers are a 3.5-point favored and history is on their side to win and cover.
Even the SEC and Pac-12 do not cross paths all that frequently, but when they do, it has been a small lopsided event in favour of the SEC. With four games coming with the SEC being two and the home group the Pac-12 was, there were six meetings between both conventions over the last few seasons.
In these six matches, the SEC is 5-1 ATS and holds a SU album. Whereas the two contests that the Pac-12 was the home team, in the four matches that the SEC was the house college, these teams went 4-0 SU and ATS, the SEC went 0-2 SU and 1-1 ATS.
Looking back over the previous 10 seasons, there have been 19 meetings between the two conferences together with the SEC carrying a 6-13 record and 10-8-1 ATS. Meanwhile, of these 19 competitions, 13’d the SEC as the home group and in those matches the SEC went 11-2 SU and 8-4-1 ATS, including the 2011 national championship game between Auburn and Oregon when the Tigers were the”house” team — the UNDER also hit in nine of those games if you are a totals bettor.
Were UCLA victory OVER Tennessee at 2009 and Oregon also topped Tennessee 48-13 in 2010.
Together with all the history in service of the SEC at home versus the Pac-12, are the a wager or the Ducks going to repeat history from nine decades back? From an odds perspective, SEC teams at home against Pac-12 squads have been preferred by a mean of 7.29 points and also have had an average winning margin of 16.1. Since 2008, there were just six matches in which SEC preferred by less than a touchdown and was dwelling and the SEC went 5-1-1 ATS and 6-1 SU, including the championship match in 2011.
On the area, Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert is found eighth on the oddsboard for the 2019 Heisman Trophy and is next on the oddsboard to be chosen first overall at the 2020 NFL draft. Herbert had 3,151 passing yards in 2018, both stats standing in the top 25 in the nation and tossed 29 touchdowns. As he looks ahead toward a possible Heisman Trophy along with a NFL career entering his senior year a rare win over an SEC team would just build his resume.
On the opposing side, a true freshman, Bo Nix, will soon be under center for the Tigers and there is history backing a true freshman quarterback beginning to get a Electricity Five program although that will scare people away. Of the six national championships, there were two freshmen to win titles and two redshirt freshmen.
Most recently, at 2017 and 2018 there’s been a freshman to win the national championship although Trevor Lawrence won with Clemson since Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa won in 2017. Could Bo Nix make it three in a row for Auburn? Many Auburn fans that are anxious must calm.

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