5 Bold Predictions For Utah vs. Oregon In College Football Week 4

By Trevor Lowry
5 Bold Predictions For Utah vs. Oregon In College Football Week 4
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Bold Predictions For Utah vs. Oregon

Bold Predictions For Utah vs. Oregon Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports
What's at stake in this game: Oregon has to win to stay in the College Football Playoff picture, and Utah could use a win just for the rest of the college football world to take it seriously.

Before the Pac-12 madness begins this weekend, let's take a look at five bold predictions for this — you guessed it — Pac-12 showdown.

Bold Predictions For Utah vs. Oregon

What's at stake in this game: Oregon has to win to stay in the College Football Playoff picture, and Utah could use a win just for the rest of the college football world to take it seriously.

Before the Pac-12 madness begins this weekend, let's take a look at five bold predictions for this — you guessed it — Pac-12 showdown.

5. Utah Actually Has 2 Or More Passing TDs

5. Utah Actually Has 2 Or More Passing TDs Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports
Believe it or not, the Utes only have one passing touchdown in 2015. Eventually, they have to get to two and three — and that will happen in this game.

Oregon's defense hasn't necessarily been dominant, so that should help some.

5. Utah Actually Has 2 Or More Passing TDs

Believe it or not, the Utes only have one passing touchdown in 2015. Eventually, they have to get to two and three — and that will happen in this game.

Oregon's defense hasn't necessarily been dominant, so that should help some.

4. Devontae Booker Is The Only Bright Spot On Utah

4. Devontae Booker Is The Only Bright Spot On Utah Credit: Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports
Devontae Booker isn't the most popular player entering this contest, but that could change in a hurry if he goes off for a ton of yards and a couple of scores.

That is exactly what I am predicting him to do, but he will unfortunately be the only bright spot on the offensive side of the ball for the Utes.

4. Devontae Booker Is The Only Bright Spot On Utah

Devontae Booker isn't the most popular player entering this contest, but that could change in a hurry if he goes off for a ton of yards and a couple of scores.

That is exactly what I am predicting him to do, but he will unfortunately be the only bright spot on the offensive side of the ball for the Utes.

3. Royce Freeman Adds 3 TDs To His Heisman Resume

3. Royce Freeman Adds 3 TDs To His Heisman Resume Credit: Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports
Royce Freeman has already done it once this season and he will do it again. He will have another three-touchdown game.

3. Royce Freeman Adds 3 TDs To His Heisman Resume

Royce Freeman has already done it once this season and he will do it again. He will have another three-touchdown game.

2. Vernon Adams Jr. Throws As Many Interceptions As He Does Touchdowns

2. Vernon Adams Jr. Throws As Many Interceptions As He Does Touchdowns Credit: Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports
Maybe it will be one, maybe two or maybe three?

No worries, he will make up for it with his legs.

2. Vernon Adams Jr. Throws As Many Interceptions As He Does Touchdowns

Maybe it will be one, maybe two or maybe three?

No worries, he will make up for it with his legs.

1. The Ducks Win By At Least 20 Points — Because That’s What Oregon Football Does

1. The Ducks Win By At Least 20 Points — Because That’s What Oregon Football Does Credit: Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports
Last year (at Utah), Oregon won by the score of 51-27. This year (at Oregon), the Ducks will find similar success. Take that as you will.

1. The Ducks Win By At Least 20 Points — Because That’s What Oregon Football Does

Last year (at Utah), Oregon won by the score of 51-27. This year (at Oregon), the Ducks will find similar success. Take that as you will.

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