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Robert Duff

by Robert Duff in College Football

Sep 27, 2022 · 2:00 PM PDT

Washington vs UCLA Odds
Sep 24, 2022; Boulder, Colorado, USA; UCLA Bruins linebacker Carl Jones Jr. (35) returns a interception in the third quarter against the Colorado Buffaloes at Folsom Field. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports
  • The Washington Huskies are 3-point road favorites over the UCLA Bruins on Friday, September 30
  • Both teams come into the contest with perfect 4-0 straight-up records
  • Read below for Washington vs UCLA odds, game preview and betting picks

This is rarefied air for the #15 Washington Huskies (4-0, 4-0 ATS) and UCLA Bruins (4-0, 2-2 ATS).

It’s the first time that the Bruins has maintained perfection this late into the season since 2014. Washington is 4-0 for the first season since 2017.

That year, the Huskies opened 6-0 before succumbing. However, in 2014, ULCA was toppled in Week 5.

It’s the Huskies who come to UCLA set as 3-point favorites by the oddsmakers. Washington is 2-4-1 ATS in the last seven games as a favorite over the Bruins,

Washington vs UCLA Odds

Team Spread Total Moneyline
Washington Huskies -3 (+100) O 66 (-110) -150
UCLA Bruins +3 (-120) U 66 (-110) +126

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This will be the first road game of the season for the Huskies. Washington is 1-5 ATS over the school’s past six road games. UCLA is 3-5 ATS over the Bruins’ last eight home games.

The kickoff for this game at the Rose Bowl is set for 10:30 pm ET on Friday, September 30. The weather forecast is predicting clear skies, 4 mph wind and a temperature of 87 degrees. The broadcast of the game can be seen on ESPN, or streamed via fuboTV.

Washington vs UCLA Betting Trends

At moneyline odds of -150, the Huskies are offering an implied probability of victory of 60.00% in the CFB odds. A successful $10 wager on Washington would be delivering a payout of just $16.70.

In terms of NCAA public betting trends, the Huskies are drawing the majority of support in both moneyline and point-spread wagering. Washington is getting 54% of the handle and 75% of bets on the spread. Moneyline bettors are backing Washington with 88% of the handle and 71% of the bets. It’s the under that the public is hitting the hardest on the total. There’s 60% of the public handle going with the under. As well, 57% of bets are also seeing the under as the play.

This despite the fact that the total has gone over in four of Washington’s last five games and seven of the previous nine UCLA contests.

In NCAA future bets, the Huskies are +7500 in the National Championship odds. UCLA is at +12500 to win the CFP. Washington is the +600 fourth betting choice to capture the Pac-12 title.  The Bruins are the fifth pick to take the Pac-12 at +1000.

Huskies’ Penix Dominating The Air

Washington quarterback Michael Penix Jr is leading the nation with 1,388 passing yards and 347 passing yards per game. He’s deadlocked for eighth in the NCAA with eight touchdown passes, against just one interception. Penix is sixth in yards per completion (15.09).

Every facet of the offense was working for the Huskies during last week’s 40-22 drubbing of Stanford. Running back Wayne Taulapapa rambled for 120 yards on just 13  carries. That’s 9.2 yards per carry.  Receiver Rome Odunze finished the day with 20.1 yards per catch. He grabbed eight balls for 161 yards.

Thompson-Robinson Double Threat For Bruins

In Dorian Thompson-Robinson at quarterback, the Bruins have a player who can make plays with his arm and his feet. During UCLA’s 47-17 Week 4 rout of Colorado, Thompson-Robinson was 19-of-23 for 234 yards and two TDs through the air.

He also pulled the ball down and rushed for 56 yards on seven carries. For the season, Thompson-Robinson is showing 898 yards passing with eight TDs and only one interception. He’s fifth in the nation with a 74.8 completion percentage.

Running back Zach Charbonnet scampered for 104 yards on the ground on nine carries against Colorado. He averaged 11.6 yards per carry.

Washington vs UCLA Prediction

The Huskies already own a statement win. Washington put a 39-28 thumping on then #9 Michigan State. On the flip side, UCLA scrambled for a 32-31 triumph over South Alabama.

In the win over Stanford, the Washington defense stymied the Cardinal run game. Stanford was limited to 86 yards on the ground, and just 2.4 yards per carry.

The UCLA defensive front was also in stuff mode against Colorado’s rushing attack. The Buffaloes were held to 1.5 yards per carry and 51 total yards.

The Huskies also sacked Cardinal QB Tanner McKee eight times. That pass rush could end up proving vital in containing the elusive Thompson-Robinson.

Washington has already equaled last season’s win total. The Huskies will add another W this week.

Pick: Washington Huskies -3 (-110).

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