The No. 23 Stanford Cardinal will host the Oregon Ducks in a big Pac-12 showdown Saturday night. The two teams have basically swapped places in the past several weeks with Stanford now surging. With the Top 25 rankings likely to shift next week, Stanford will be looking to move up as much as they can. The Oregon Ducks will try to spoil their attempts with an upset victory. Here's the latest Oregon vs. Stanford game preview with the point spread, over/under, game time, television channel, and live streaming online viewing options.

NCAA game preview

So far this season, the Oregon Ducks are 4-2 overall, but just 1-2 in conference games.

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The team has racked up 494 total yards of offense per game with a balance between passing and rushing. Quarterback Justin Herbert has put up 1,264 yards along with nine touchdowns on 86-of-126 passing. Running back Royce Freeman is on a tear as he's carried the ball 115 times for 654 yards and 10 touchdowns. The team is coming into this contest off a 33-10 loss to No. 11 Washington State who just got upset last night by California.

As for the Stanford Cardinal, they've now won three-straight games, including last week's win over former-No. 20 Utah, 23-20. The team has also defeated UCLA and Arizona State during their current streak. The No. 23 Cardinal are putting up 448.3 yards per game of offense with 260 per game of that coming on the ground. Bryce Love has 1,240 yards rushing along with nine touchdowns on 118 carries so far.

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Heading into this game, the Odds Shark site has compiled the latest point spread and moneyline odds. Most sportsbooks are listing the Cardinal as a 10-point favorite on the spread with a moneyline price around -360 up to -380. The visiting Ducks are +280 to +310 underdogs, while the over/under points total is at a consensus of 56.5 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Saturday night's Oregon Ducks vs. Stanford Cardinal football game is scheduled for a start time of 11 p.m. Eastern Time. Live television coverage of the NCAA game will be available through the #Fox Sports 1 (FS1) channel at that time. Most cable and satellite subscribers around the country should be able to log into the Fox Sports Go website or any compatible apps to see a live feed of tonight's game.

For a free viewing #live stream feed option, viewers can consider getting a free one-week SlingTV subscription. The channel streaming service has Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2, and many other great channels on the "Sling Orange" channel package. Simply head to the Sling.com website to sign up and begin enjoying live streaming TV including tonight's game on FS1. #Pac 12 Football