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NCAA Football Odds: What You Need to Know about the UCLA at Arizona Pac-12 Football game

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NCAA Football Odds: What You Need to Know about the UCLA at Arizona Pac-12 Football game

The No. 9 UCLA Bruins have been a success ever since Jim Mora took over as head coach in 2012. This could be their best season yet, and their road to the Pac-12 title starts this Saturday (8:00 PM ET, ABC) in Tucson, where the No. 16 Arizona Wildcats are laying in wait. UCLA opened as a 4.5-point favorite (+100) but the line has moved in Arizona’s favor and UCLA is now a 2.5-point favorite. The Total is holding at 65.

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The Bruins won all three of their non-conference games at 1-1-1 ATS, but their defense has already lost three key players for the rest of the season: linebacker Myles Jack (knee), defensive lineman Eddie Vanderdoes (knee) and cornerback Fabian Moreau (foot). All three are NFL prospects, but Jack will be the most difficult to replace – he also plays running back and returns kicks.

Arizona (3-0 SU, 2-1 ATS) is in its fourth year under head coach Rich Rodriguez, finishing the 2014 campaign at 10-4 (5-9 ATS) after making it all the way to the Fiesta Bowl. The Wildcats are coming off a 77-13 victory over the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks (+34.5 away) of the FCS, in a game where Arizona led 7-6 after the first quarter. The last time the ‘Cats scored 11 touchdowns was against UTEP in 1921.

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