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Stanford ATS Pick on Road vs Oregon State

Stanford’s (7-7, 2-2) start to Pac-12 play has been weird and it will get a chance to stabilize in Thursday’s game against Oregon State (9-6, 1-3). Both programs could use a win in this matchup after tough losses, making NCAA basketball lines interesting for this game.

In the Cardinals’ last game, they went up against USC, which had a flat-out out talent edge that showed in its 93-79 win. The Beavers kept their game close with Washington due to two big scoring nights from Jordan Pope (29 points) and Tyler Bilodeau (21), but they still lost 79-72.

Stanford ATS Pick on Road vs Oregon State
Stanford ATS Pick on Road vs Oregon State

Stanford vs Oregon State Game Information

  • Game: Stanford (7-7) vs Oregon State (9-6)
  • Location: Gill Coliseum, Corvallis, OR
  • Day/Time: Thursday, Jan. 11, 11:00 p.m. ET
  • Stanford vs Oregon State Live Stream: TBS.com


The last three games for Stanford have been all over the place, which makes it hard for NCAAB picks. However, Oregon State has not been that reliable either in Pac-12 play.


Stanford vs Oregon State Odds and Spreads


  • Over is 6-0 in Beavers last 6 games as a home underdog.
  • Over is 4-0-1 in Cardinal last 5 games as a favorite of 13.0 or greater.
  • Over is 7-1 in Beavers last 8 games as a home underdog of 0.5-6.5.
  • Over is 12-2 in Beavers last 14 home games.
  • Over is 6-1-1 in Cardinal last 8 games as a favorite.
  • Cardinal are 4-1-1 ATS in their last 6 games as an underdog of 13.0 or greater.
  • Cardinal are 5-1-1 ATS in their last 7 games as a road underdog of 13.0 or greater.
  • Beavers are 0-7 ATS in their last 7 games as a favorite of 13.0 or greater.


Pick ATS: Stanford -4½

Even with these last three games, it seems that Stanford is the better choice in college basketball spreads. All of the Cardinals’ Pac-12 games have been inconsistent, which has made it hard to tell what to expect from this team.

Stanford opened Pac-12 play with a close 76-73 loss to Arizona State. Then, the Cardinals upset one of the top teams in the nation, beating Arizona 100-82. They picked up a second straight win, but in a completely different way, beating UCLA 59-53 before losing to USC.

All four games went in different directions, which makes it hard for the sportsbook to come up with a clear picture of this team. However, Stanford beat Arizona during this run, which has to stand for something.

Considering that Oregon State has played just as inconsistently, it makes sense to side with Stanford, which has beaten a top team and should be able to tap back into that success.


Over/Under Pick: Over 141½

These two teams have one thing in common: They have been hitting the over regularly. Stanford has hit the over in nine of 14 games while Oregon State has done so 10 times. That can lean college basketball picks to hit the over once more.

The play of both Pope and Bilodeau has helped the Beavers hit the over consistently. The two combined for 50 points in the loss to Washington, a game that hit the over. Pope is having a great offensive season, averaging 17.9 points and shooting 37.9% from three on 6.3 attempts.

Stanford does not have one standout player, but the offense still manages 77.8 points per game in conference play. Five players are averaging nine or more points per game, led by Kanaan Carlyle (15.8), over the last four games.


Team Prop Pick: Largest lead Under 14.5 (-124)

Despite Stanford being the favorite in this game over Oregon State on the road in the Pac-12, it is hard to blow anyone out. On top of that, given how well Pope has been playing recently, it seems unlikely that he will let this game get out of hand, leading to Stanford never taking a big lead.

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Stanford vs Oregon State Prediction

Stanford 76, Oregon State 71



Questions Of The Day

Will Jordan Pope score over 17.5 points in this game?

In a game that has a good chance of hitting the over, Jordan Pope should be able to have a big night. He is averaging 20.5 points over the last four games.

Will Maxime Raynaud record over 10.5 rebounds in this game?

Maxime Raynaud is averaging 10.3 rebounds per game in Pac-12 games, which gives him a shot to go over 10.5 when facing Oregon State.

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