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In what has become a regular occurrence this season, there is a Pac-12 game this weekend between two ranked teams, with the no. 22 Utah Utes visiting the no. 17 Arizona Wildcats. The winner of this game will have a chance to reach 10 wins on the season, which should give both sides all of the motivation they need.
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The odds for Saturday’s game between the Utes and the Wildcats are so tight that this game could easily go either way. However, Arizona comes into the game with a lot more momentum after winning three in a row while Utah has lost two of three after losing a close game against Washington last week.
Here are the odds DraftKings has for the Utah vs. Arizona game:
|Utah Utes||+1 (-112)||-108||Over 46 (-110)|
|Arizona Wildcats||-1 (-108)||-112||Under 46 (-110)|
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The Wildcats have been one of the best teams to bet on in college football this season. While they are a mere 7-3 this year, Arizona is 8-2 against the spread. However, that’s largely a product of being underestimated early in the season and exceeding expectations. The Wildcats have been underdogs in six of their 10 games and managed to win three of them. But they will be slight favorites in this game. The Wildcats are just 2-2 against the spread as favorites, failing to cover the spread in last week’s win over Colorado.
Arizona’s success this season has been on the back of a balanced offense. Even with redshirt freshman Noah Fifita taking over at quarterback midway through the season after Jayden de Laura got hurt, the Wildcats have kept things rolling offensively. In fact, Fifita has proven to be an upgrade over the more experienced de Laura in some areas. He’s completed close to 74% of his passes and thrown fewer interceptions than de Laura did in far more pass attempts.
Of course, the Arizona offense will get one of its biggest challenges of the season this week against Utah. The Utes have once again put together one of the best defenses in the country, giving up just 17.8 points per game. While the likes of USC, Oregon, and Washington have managed to do some damage against them, Utah has held 7 of its 10 opponents to 21 points or less and four teams to 11 points or less.
Unfortunately for the Utes, they’ve been without quarterback Cameron Rising all season, which has stunted the development of their offense. Bryson Barnes has taken over the job but had mixed results. He’s only thrown 10 touchdown passes while averaging fewer than seven yards per pass. Barnes also has a disappointing 58.5% completion percentage. It hasn’t always mattered because the Utah defense has been exceptional. However, against the better teams in the Pac-12, the Utes have needed to score points to win, and the Utah offense hasn’t always delivered.
With Utah’s strength being on defense and Arizona’s biggest strength being on offense, this is destined to be a close and compelling game. But with the Wildcats playing at home, they could gain an edge on defense against a sluggish Utah offense. That should make it a little easier for the Arizona offense to score enough points to steal a win.
Bryan Zarpentine is a 2008 graduate of Syracuse University and has been working as a freelance writer and editor since 2010. During that time, he has contributed to countless sites while covering baseball, soccer, the NFL, college football, and college basketball.More info on Bryan Zarpentine
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