Oregon (7-1, 5-0 Pac-12) travels to Boulder to take on Colorado (1-7, 1-4 Pac-12) at 12:30 p.m. PT on Saturday.

The Buffs picked up their first and only win of the season last month with an overtime stunner of Cal. They’ve generally played more inspired football since Karl Dorrell was fired and interim coach Mike Sanford took over, but this is still a defense that has struggled mightily on the year and now gets to try and contend with one of the country’s best offenses.

Colorado has the third-worst run defense in the FBS and allows the third-most points a game of any team in the country. Oregon has the fourth-best rushing offense in the country and scores the fifth-most points. The Ducks are looking to stave off complacency by keeping the focus on themselves.

“Our team still knows that we have better football to play and that’s the approach,” coach Dan Lanning said this week. “You always like going on the road to prove that you can do it. It’s a lot easier at home. But to go somewhere else and perform at a high level, it takes a lot of focus and attention to detail.”

Colorado, 1-7 against Oregon as a member of the Pac-12, is looking to shock the world.

“There’s a quote that I showed our players. It said, ‘If you want to conduct an orchestra, you have to turn your back to the crowd,'” said Sanford. “Through tough times, through adversity, when nobody’s giving you a chance, at some point you have to literally turn your back to the crowd.”

Here’s all the info you need to know for the game.

TV info and kickoff time

Kickoff time: 12:30 p.m. PT

TV Network: ESPN; fans can also watch the game live on WatchESPN with a cable or satellite provider login

Location: Folsom Field, Boulder

Betting odds

Line: Oregon -31.5

Total: 62.5

Moneyline: N/A

Via FanDuel

Expert predictions

ESPN’s FPI gives Oregon a 95.6% chance of beating Colorado.

Bill Connelly’s SP+ is calling for a 48-15 Oregon win.

DuckTerritory’s Matt Prehm picked Oregon to win 56-20:

Colorado is one of the worst teams in stopping the run, they can’t move the football effectively when they have the ball, and the Ducks will have the better player in one-on-one matchups at almost every position. As long as Oregon arrives on Saturday and plays a “B-level” performance against Colorado, they should win this game by a lot. I think we see one of Oregon’s better games of the season on Saturday, and in the second half we’ll see a lot of Oregon’s underclassmen and backups find their way into the game.

BuffZone’s Brian Howell picked the Ducks to win 59-20.

I’m going to give the Buffs 20 points in this one, but Oregon’s going to score a lot. I’m going to go 59-20 and I think Oregon runs away with this thing. It’s not a pretty football game.