Oregon is a 13-point favorite over Oregon State this week.

The Ducks host the Beavs on Friday in an annual rivalry clash that will carry massive implications. If Oregon wins, it’ll play for the Pac-12 Championship and potentially a spot in the College Football Playoff. If Oregon State wins, Arizona could be sent to the title game.

Last year’s matchup was thrilling. And Oregon State just played Washington tight on Saturday. Still, Vegas has the Ducks as a two-score early favorite.

The over/under from Circa Sports was set at 58.5.

Oregon hasn’t lost consecutive games to Oregon State since 2006-07. The Beavs won in Corvallis last season 38-34 after trailing by as many as 21 points in the third quarter.

Through a litany of self-inflicted errors, the Ducks gave their rivals a short field on three consecutive possessions. Oregon State converted all three drives into touchdowns without attempting a single pass.

The Beavers won with just 13 pass attempts and 60 passing yards, knocking Oregon out of the Pac-12 title game.

They’ll have the chance to do the exact same thing on Friday. Should Oregon lose, Arizona would be a Territorial Cup victory away from meeting Washington for the Pac-12 title.

Oregon coach Dan Lanning said on Saturday this game is the Ducks’ Super Bowl. Quarterback Bo Nix said Oregon has to close things out and make amends for last season. Kickoff is set for 5:30 p.m. PT on FOX.