Week 10 of the Pac-12 season sees a six pack of games. Just two of the games are single digit spreads, but potential blowouts in four of the other games. The Washington Huskies are the lone team in the conference without a loss.
The Huskies could all but stamp their spot in the conference championship game with a win in this one on the road. All 12 teams have won a game, so no winless conference teams. Let’s take a look at the Week 10 slate:
Arizona State Sun Devils at Utah Utes -11; 41.5
The Sun Devils are trying to do something for the first time all season. Win two games in a row. It will be quite the challenge, but going against an offensively challenged Utah team could be an ingredient for a conference upset. Look for the Sun Devils to try picking up the pace a little, as if anything was proven in the win at home over Washington State; the offense can score when moving at a quick pace. Also, Cameron Skattebo will be a huge factor in this game. If he can get back over 100 and a touchdown the Sun Devils have a chance. Take Arizona State to cover.
California Golden Bears +24 at Oregon Ducks; 57.5
The Golden Bears should have gotten last week’s home game over USC. They know that is going to hurt, especially knowing they need three of the final four to become bowl eligible. They will get a crack at the Oregon Ducks, but the game played in Eugene does them no favors. Bo Nix and his Ducks have one goal in mind, and that’s to get back at Washington for the lone loss of the season. This game has blood bath written all over it. Ducks big.
Washington Huskies -3.5 at USC Trojans; 76.5
The best game of the weekend in the Pac-12. The USC Trojans had lost two straight games, but one of them was a conference game. A team with one loss is going to play in the conference title game. The Trojans have already run a bit of a gauntlet with Notre Dame and Utah back to back and the trip to California.
This is the first of the final three games, with a trip to Oregon and home game against UCLA next. Michael Penix Jr and his Huskies have been through a couple big games already. Look for this to remain a one score game, but in the end, the Trojans find a way to upset the Huskies at home. Bet the Trojans and chaos!
Stanford Cardinal +13 at Washington State Cougars; 59.5
A pretty ugly College Football game. The Cougars started the season 4-0, and have dropped four straight games. Rock bottom was last week losing by 11 on the road at Arizona State. Stanford had some momentum following their win over Colorado, but then was smacked around in back to back games to UCLA and Washington. The Cardinal are going to need to play defense to have any chance. Stanford allowed 42.6 points per game during the three games in October. Washington will score on a defense like that. Cougars win by 2+ touchdowns on Saturday!
Oregon State Beavers -13.5 at Colorado Buffaloes; 62.5
There was a ton of talk early about how Deion Sanders would have Colorado back in a bowl game. At this point, it actually looks less likely than it does more likely. Colorado is back home, and still a double digit underdog. They may be underdogs at home next week too as they take on Arizona. While the Beavers may and likely will win this game, this is too many points to be giving against Colorado. Take the underdog to cover at home.
UCLA Bruins -2.5 at Arizona Wildcats; 51.5
The late night game of the week features the 6-2 UCLA Bruins and the 5-3 Arizona Wildcats. If Arizona can win this game, and make it three in a row, they may be ranked going into next week. The Wildcats are coming off a three point win at home over Oregon State.
Look for something similar here. The Bruins have not been the type of team to blow teams out, and that may hurt them here as Arizona comes back late to win this game at home. The bet for this game is the home team moneyline.
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Another brilliant weekend of College Football, and Saturday will be a blast, where you can basically watch 12 straight homes of Pac-12 College Football. Good luck and enjoy all the games! We will back for Week 11 thoughts, as we