2014 College Football Odds: Oregon Ducks

The Oregon Ducks are a flashy fun filled team to watch on the football field. The high octane offense and quick scoring schemes always makes the Ducks a team to watch. This season is no different as the Ducks have a very talented team with returning leadership that can make the 2014 Ducks a team that can contend for a title. The latest odds for the Oregon Ducks to win the College Football Championship as posted by BetDSI sportsbook are +800. BetDSI is one of the most dependable sportbooks to wager on college football. They currently have posted odds for the top teams in the country to win the championship as well as win totals for the upcoming season. Sign up today and see why BetDSI is the best online betting portal to bet on the upcoming college football season and the Oregon Ducks Not only do the Ducks have what it takes to be a good team this year, but they had an outstanding recruiting season that will make this team difficult to beat for years to come.

Like any team in college football, the Ducks lost their share of starting talent. The Ducks lost some key talent to the NFL in the offseason, including receiver Josh Huff, running back/receiver De’Anthony Thomas and tight end Colt Lyera. But this is Oregon and not only do they know how to recruit but they have some key starters back in the fold. Oregon returns 10 of 11 starters on offense for 2014, including 2013 All-Conference signal-caller Marcus Mariota and the entire offensive line from last year. That means this team will have one of the best offenses in football once again. The success that the Ducks have had in the past will be evident again this season. The Ducks have gone 47-9 the past half-decade and have been ranked outside the top 10 just four weeks the past three years. Coach Mark Helfrich’s crew routinely drops 50-plus points on opponents and rarely sweats out games in the fourth quarter. This will lead to an undefeated run with only a few games on the schedule to worry about. The Ducks will have a different look on defense too. Don Pellum will be in his first season as defensive coordinator for the Ducks. An assistant at Oregon since 1993, he was promoted to coordinator when Nick Aliotti retired. Now he can make the difference on defense and keep the Ducks atop the college football polls. If you plan on betting on a team to win it all this season, the Ducks certainly have what it takes to pay out big to sports bettors backing them at the betting window.

Cole Ryan

Cole Ryan

Cole started off as a part time handicapper and a full time computer programmer. After developing a computer program that consistently provided winners in NFL, NBA, MLB, and college sports Cole went into full time handicapping. The computer program and his knack for winners made him a rising star in the handicapping world. His complex computer program based on algorithms and analytical calculations have led to a 60% ATS rate.