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Oregon Bringing A-Game Against the Best

Oregon’s crazy good run over the second half of the season has been not just been amazing on the court, but also at the betting window. The Ducks have been especially strong against opponents above .500, with Oregon going 11-4 ATS in their past 15 against winning teams. Oregon will be looking to make the Elite Eight for the first time in school history when they take on the Duke Blue Devils in the Sweet 16 Thursday.

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  • Oregon has scored over half the closing total in 17 of their past 21 games.
  • The UNDER is 9-3 in Duke’s past 12 games.
  • No.1 seeds are 21-7 SU against fourth seeds since 1999.

Oregon is coming off a sloppy performance in which they needed a late run to beat upset-minded St. Joseph’s in the Round of 32. The Ducks shot just 39.6 percent from the floor and went 6-for-24 from downtown in that outing. Dillon Brooks is coming off one of his best performances of the season though, as the sophomore scored 25 points and was the only Oregon player that looked respectable shooting.

After 20 minutes it looked like Duke was going to cruise into the Sweet 16, but careless play in the second almost resulted in an epic collapse. Ultimately, Grayson Allen and Brandon Ingram were too much for Yale, as the Duke duo scored a combined 54 points while shooting 50 percent from the floor.

Duke Blue Devils vs Oregon Ducks Matchup

Team Betting Records & Power Rankings

Supporters of the Duke Blue Devils have watched them go 25-10 and 15-18-1 ATS on the college basketball season, while the Oregon Ducks are at 30-6 and 19-13-1 ATS. In totals betting, the Oregon Ducks are 14-18-1, while the Duke Blue Devils have a 15-19 mark.

The Power Rankings at Odds Shark show No. 66-rated Duke Blue Devils taking on the No. 25-rated Oregon Ducks in this contest.

Statistical Matchup

When it comes to rebounds, the visiting Duke Blue Devils rank No. 139 in NCAA Basketball Division 1 with 36.2 per game. That compares with Oregon’s No. 132 ranking in that category. The story is different when it comes to three-point shooting where Oregon is college basketball's No. 151-ranked team at 6.83 per game, while the Duke Blue Devils rate No. 22 with 9.17 per game.

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The Blue Devils got 29 points from Grayson Allen as Duke ran past Yale 71-64 on Saturday at Dunkin Donuts Center.

Dillon Brooks scored 25 points leading the Ducks to a 69-64 victory over Saint Joseph's at Spokane Arena on Sunday.

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