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Oregon vs Arizona Prediction

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Two Pacific-12 Conference teams that opened the season as Top 15 ranked teams but that have played nowhere near that level in Oregon and Arizona State will hope to right the ship on Thursday Night Football.

ESPN will televise Oregon-Arizona State from Tempe at 10:30 p.m. Eastern. The fans of both teams could not have predicted seeing their teams with three losses apiece before Halloween, but thats where Oregon and Arizona State find themselves.

The Sun Devils will carry a 4-3 record into the TNF game, having suffered three double-digit losses to Texas A&M, USC, and Utah this season. However Arizona State is 3-1 at home this season, with its only loss against USC, 42-14. The Sun Devils have wins against Cal Poly, New Mexico, and Colorado at home this season.

Oregon also will enter this TNF game at 4-3. The Ducks have lost in a few different ways, as they suffered a close loss to a highly-ranked team in Michigan State, a blowout loss at home to a highly-ranked team in Utah, and a stunning home loss to Washington State in overtime. Oregon has posted a nice 2-1 record on the road, winning at Colorado and Washington, while losing 31-28 at Michigan State in mid-September.

Ducks fans are having a tough time watching their team suffering through a rough season, as Oregon had lost only eight games over the past five seasons combined, playing in a couple of national championship games along the way. But with three losses already and with Cal, Stanford, USC, and rival Oregon State still waiting on the schedule, the Ducks will be challenged to avoid a couple more losses, even if they find a way to win in the Oregon-Arizona State game. The good news for the Ducks is that three of their final four games will be at home.

Both Oregon and Arizona State will be well rested entering their Thursday Night Football contest, as both had byes in Week 8.

Since the Pac-12 expanded and went to divisional play, Oregon and Arizona State no longer play every season, as they did from 1986-2012. The two teams did not play in either 2013 or 2014. Oregon leads the all-time series between the two teams, 17-16, and the Ducks have thoroughly dominated of late, winning eight straight in the Oregon-Arizona State series. The Sun Devils have not won at home against Oregon since 2003.