What better matchup is there for a Pac-12 After Dark contest than Oregon-Stanford? It has been a wild and unpredictable series, with both sides winning six games apiece in the last 12 meetings and Stanford holding a 5-5 record against ranked Oregon teams since 2009.

Last season, the Ducks entered into the contest ranked No. 3 in the country and Stanford knocked them off. That game was certainly on the minds of Oregon this week, but the Cardinal is also winless in nine games against Power Five opponents since that victory.

“Last year was last year,” coach David Shaw said. “They’ve got different staff, got different personnel playing. This is going to be an exciting game. It’s going to be a late night game in the Northwest with two teams that are thirsty for victory.”

The Ducks enter at 3-1, winners of three straight. Stanford enters at 1-2, with losses in back-to-back games.

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

TV info and kickoff time

Kickoff time: 8 p.m. PT

TV network: FS1; fans can also watch the game live on FOXSports.com with a cable or satellite provider login

Location: Autzen Stadium, Eugene

Betting odds

Line: Oregon -17

Total: 62.5

Money line: Oregon -780, Stanford +530

Via FanDuel

Expert predictions

ESPN’s FPI gives Oregon an 84.5% chance of beating the Cardinal.

Bill Connelly’s SP+ model is predicting a 41-22 win for the Ducks.

DuckTerritory’s Matt Prehm has the Ducks winning 49-24:

 It’ll be close in the first quarter as both teams score points and going into the second quarter the game will still be close with both teams having a chance. Oregon’s offense will flip a switch and proceed to score five straight drives while the Oregon defense creates a turnover or a few three-and-outs, opening the door for Oregon to pull away. In the second half Oregon’s run game wears the Cardinal down and the Ducks cruise to its highest point total against a Stanford team since the 2014 season. Look for Bo Nix to throw for 300 and the Oregon offense to pass 500 yards of total offense. Stanford becomes one dimensional and that plays into Oregon’s big win.

The Stanford Daily’s Pablo Noyola has Oregon winning 49-21:

Even if Stanford struggles to force takeaways, the offense must be cleaner with the football to have any hope against Oregon. Given the high-octane Oregon offense and known weaknesses to Stanford’s defense, Saturday’s game is all about producing enough stops to stay competitive. Stanford simply cannot dig a deeper hole for itself, gifting the Ducks the ball as it did versus USC and Washington.