Brian Swinney and Steve Summers Predict the outcome of the Oregon-Utah game.

It's game day and time to make some predicitions. Utah comes to Autzen Stadium for a 5:30 p.m. (Pacific) kickoff against Oregon. Brian Swinney and Steve Summers make their predictions on the outcome.

Oregon is ranked No. 13 in the Associated Press poll and Utah comes in at No. 18. The Utes are 3-0 for the season while Oregon is 2-1.

Oregon is scoring 50 points per game but allowing 33.7 ppg.

Utah is scoring 31 ppg but are alloiwing 18.3 ppg.

Oregon is second the conference in rushing at 306.3 ypg.

Utah is eighth in the conference in rushing at 181 ypg.

Utah is second in the conference in rush defense at 105.7.

Oregon is fifth at 140.3.

Royce Freeman is Oregon's leading rusher with a 124.3 ypg average and five touchdowns.

Devontae Booker is Utah's leading rusher at 115 ypg and four TDs.

Oregon passes for 261 ypg while Utah for 167.

Oregon gives up 316 ypg passing while Utahgives up  258.

Oregon's Vernon Adams has thrown for 277.5 ypg and three TDs, while Utah's. Travis Wilson has thrown for 143. Both have played two games. 

Oregon is 6-for-6 in field goals this year while Utah is 3-for-5.

The Ducks lead the all-time series against the Utes, 20-8, including a 12-3 mark in Eugene.

Oregon has won three straight and 6 of 7, dating to 1995. The lone loss by the Ducks during that stretch came in 2003. Oregon won last year’s matchup 51-27 in Salt Lake, while winning the last meeting in Eugene 44-21 in 2013.

The Ducks are 2-0 against Utah in Pac-12 Conference games.

Kick off for today's game is at 5:30 p.m. Pacific and the game will carried on Fox with Gus Johnson calling the action, Joe Klatt (analyst) and Molly McGrath (reporter).

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