Oregon vs. Colorado: What Time is Kickoff, Where, and What are Current Odds?

    What time is the Oregon vs. Colorado game? Step this way for the all the latest information and betting odds for this All-Pac-12 college football clash.

    Pac-12 play begins in earnest, and we’re about to get the answers to the question, how good can the Colorado Buffaloes be? The Dan Lanning-led Oregon Ducks are their toughest game so far, and there’s bad blood to add intrigue to an important matchup.

    What time is the Oregon vs. Colorado game? How can you watch? What are the latest betting odds? You’re in the right place to get the answers to those questions!

    What Time is the Oregon vs. Colorado Game?

    • Time/Date
      3:30 p.m. ET, Saturday, Sept. 23, 2023
    • Location
      Autzen Stadium, Eugene, OR
    • TV Channel
      FuboTV, ESPN
    • Current Betting Odds
      Spread: Oregon -20.5
      Moneyline: Oregon -1350, Colorado +800
      Over/Under: 72 points

    Oregon Schedule

    Saturday, Sep 2vs. Portland State3:00 PM ETW, 81-7PAC12
    Saturday, Sep 9@ Texas Tech7:00 PM ETW, 38-30FOX
    Saturday, Sep 16vs. Hawai'i8:00 PM ETW, 55-10PAC12
    Saturday, Sep 23vs. Colorado3:30 PM ETABCBuy now
    Saturday, Sep 30@ StanfordTBDBuy now
    Saturday, Oct 14@ WashingtonTBDBuy now
    Saturday, Oct 21vs. Washington StateTBDBuy now
    Saturday, Oct 28@ UtahTBDBuy now
    Saturday, Nov 4vs. CaliforniaTBDBuy now
    Saturday, Nov 11vs. USCTBDBuy now
    Saturday, Nov 18@ Arizona StateTBDBuy now
    Friday, Nov 24vs. Oregon State8:30 PM ETFOXBuy now

    Oregon opens their Pac-12 schedule with a game that, this time last season, they might not have considered the toughest challenge amongst their opening swathe of games. Having pulverized non-FBS opponent Portland State 81-7 to open the season, hammered Hawaii in Week 3, and left Lubbock with a win against a tough Texas Tech team, Colorado comes to Eugene.

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    Lanning’s barbed comments add a little needle to a game that is considerably more challenging for the Ducks than the responding 49-10 win last fall and than their 15-9 head-to-head advantage would suggest.

    Meanwhile, it begins a difficult Pac-12 schedule that features trips to Washington and Utah and tough home dates with USC and Oregon State.

    Colorado Schedule

    Saturday, Sep 2@ TCU12:00 PM ETW, 45-42FOX
    Saturday, Sep 9vs. Nebraska12:00 PM ETW, 36-14FOX
    Saturday, Sep 16vs. Colorado State10:00 PM ETW, 43-35 (2OT)ESPN
    Saturday, Sep 23@ Oregon3:30 PM ETABCBuy now
    Saturday, Sep 30vs. USCTBDBuy now
    Saturday, Oct 7@ Arizona StateTBDBuy now
    Friday, Oct 13vs. Stanford10:00 PM ETESPNBuy now
    Saturday, Oct 28@ UCLATBDBuy now
    Saturday, Nov 4vs. Oregon StateTBDBuy now
    Saturday, Nov 11vs. ArizonaTBDBuy now
    Friday, Nov 17@ Washington State10:30 PM ETFS1Buy now
    Saturday, Nov 25@ UtahTBDBuy now

    Colorado has just two seasons over .500 in the Pac-12 since 2010, and their attempts to become a nationally relevant entity begin with becoming a competitive force in their own conference. Deion Sanders‘ team travels to Oregon to open their final campaign in the Pac-12, wanting to prove that the close-fought win over Colorado State is a false representation of their ability.

    We’ll certainly have a more complete idea of who Colorado is, and who they can be by the time their first two Pac-12 games are complete.

    The road trip to Eugene is comfortably the toughest game on their schedule to date, but then they welcome the unstoppable offensive force that is USC and Caleb Williams to Boulder. Road games at UCLA and Utah may define their season.

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