It’s Hate Week this week both in Eugene and in Seattle. The Washington Huskies come to town on Saturday for their annual clash with the Oregon Ducks. This year’s contest will feature two ranked teams, with Oregon sitting at No. 6 in the latest AP Top 25 and Washington at No. 24.

Oregon opened as a 12-point favorite in the matchup, according to early odds from Circa Sports. The over/under is set at 70.5 for the game, so Vegas is certainly expecting some points to be scored.

The over has hit in six of Oregon’s nine games and seven of UW’s nine so far this year. Both offenses enter the matchup in the top 15 nationally for scoring. The Ducks, winners of eight straight, are averaging 43 points a game. That’s the third-best mark in college football. The Huskies are at 39 a game, on pace for their best offensive season since 2016.

But the Huskies are also just 4-5 against the spread. Oregon is 7-2, and has covered the spread in five straight games. They’ve been a double-digit favorite five other times this season and have covered every time.

Autzen Stadium should be rocking. The Ducks will look for their fourth straight win in the series. Kickoff is set for 4 p.m. PT on FOX.