Pac-12 Football : Week 9 Predictions

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Pac-12 Football : Week 9 Predictions
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Arizona at UCLA:The UCLA defense should have more success against Arizona's spread than they did with the Ducks, but they'll have trouble scoring points against Brooks Reed and Ricky Elmore. Wildcats 27 - Bruins 17

Cal at Oregon State: Tedford has the schizophrenic Bears playing with confidence after the beat down they handed Arizona State. They haven't played well on the road, but have had some success in Corvallis. The Bears stop the run and Katz fails to deliver. Bears 27 - Beavers 24

Washington State at Arizona State: Vontaze Burfict had two personal fouls last week, the over under this week is 1.5. Devils 33 - Cougars 20

Stanford at Washington: Like I've said before, every other game is a must win for the Huskies. Stanford's secondary is weak enough to keep an inconsistent Jake Locker offense running. Dawgs 33 - Cardinal 31

Colorado at Oklahoma: The Sooners were caught looking ahead to the Colorado game and slipped up against Missouri. Stoops is now working for style points to get back into the championship picture. OU 41 - CU 20

Utah at Air Force: This is a tough road test for the Utes with the triple option Air Force offense. I'm guessing our flying military comes out strong, but fizzles in the second half. Utes 30 - Pilots 24

Oregon at USC: 
The Trojans have had two weeks to prepare for this game and when you compare coaches this is really no contest, but the Trojans are better at quarterback. The Trojans' offensive line doesn't give up too many sacks and the over-aggressive Ducks secondary will pay in this game. Trojans in a shootout 37 - 34

2010 Prediction Record 50-10

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