Handicapping Picks & Odds |  "Razor" Ray Monohan Picks |  Cappers Picks |  Forums |  Sitemap |  Twitter |  Facebook

UCLA vs. UW Gambling & Week 12 Prediction

UCLA vs University of Washington Free Week 12 College Football Pick

Welcome to the CappersPicks.com college football weekly predictions pages! We KNOW you will find our FREE weekly college football picks, tips, betting advice, strategies, CFB gambling articles and more to help you become the best College football bettor on your block!!

GRAB THE BEST CFB PICKS ONLINE WITH OUR EXPERTS’ NCAA FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS —–>

UCLA vs. Washington Free Week 12 College Football Pick

The 2010 College Football heads into Week 12 Veteran sportswriter Matt Martz will preview all of the weekly PAC-10 match ups throughout the season, providing some insight to help make your college football wagers winners. Check back every week for your complete source for NCAA football gambling right here on CappersPicks.com.

GO INSIDE THIS MATCHUP WITH OUR CFB ATS STATS —>
Date/Time: Thursday, November 18, 8:00 PM EST
Venue: Husky Stadium in Seattle, WA.
Broadcast: ESPN
UCLA Bruins vs. Washington Huskies College Betting Lines from Bookmaker.com
Money Line: Not available yet
Spread: Washington -3
Over/Under: Not available yet
Bet Now At Bookmaker.com —>

The biggest question surrounding the Bruins camp is whether they can close out the season strong by winning at least two of their three remaining games to earn bowl eligibility.

There will be a lot riding on UCLA’s trip to Washington. It’s the team’s best chance at building on its 17-14 win over Oregon State that snapped a three-game losing streak for the Bruins who had been outscored 124-42 in those losses. Now they square off against a disappointing Huskies team that has been blown out in three consecutive games.
The Huskies are coming off a bye week, and redshirt freshman backup Keith Price could get his second start since pulling duty under center in the Huskies 53-16 defeat at Oregon on Nov. 6.

A final decision on whether or not, one-time Heisman hopeful, starting QB Jake Locker will play on Thursday has not been made by the Washington medical staff. Locker who has been out with a broken rib did practice on Saturday for the first time since Oct 30.

All things considered, Price fared well against the nations’ No. 1 team; completing 14 of 28 passes for 127 yards, a touchdown and not one interception. While that may be a far cry from being enough offense to beat Oregon, it very well could be enough to sneak past a bipolar Bruins defense that held Oregon State to just 267 total yards, but was manhandled in Arizona just one week before.

Meanwhile, the Bruins have had to turn to sophomore quarterback Richard Brehaut to replace starter Kevin Prince who remains sidelined with a season-ending knee injury. Like Price, Brehaut turned in a decent performance his last time out completing 13-of-19 passing for just 127 yards and an interception while rushing for 61 yards and a touchdown on 18 attempts, as UCLA stunned the Beavers on Kai Forbath’s 51-yard field goal on the final play of the game.

Could this be a battle of backups? If so, I would give the advantage to Price who should get some help from a better-equipped receiving corps led by Jermaine Kearse who has 47 receptions for 729 yards and 10 TDs on the season. Junior Taylor Embree is the closest the Bruins have to a compete receiver but has yet to haul his first touchdown pass of the year.

On the other hand, when it comes to the running game, the Bruins may have the edge behind the game-in and game-out efforts of sophomore tailback Johnathan Franklin who took 23 carries for 100 yards rushing and a touchdown last weekend against the Beavers. Franklin has posted three 100-plus games including rushing for 216 yards in a win over Washington State, and 158 with three TDs in the Bruins upset over Houston back in Week 3.

Chris Polk is the Huskies’ tantamount with a season total 153 carries for 730 yards and for rushing TDs. The sophomore has also hit the rushing century mark in three of his outings, but has been held to just 159 yards and a lone TD in Washington’s last three contests.

The Bruins may find themselves on the receiving a gift, as the Huskies are allowing just shy of 220 yards rushing per game and 30 rushing TDs, worst in the PAC-10.

While no games outcome can be determined with just one player, this particular match up will hinge on Locker’s presence for the Huskies. Not necessarily because Washington is that much better with him, but rather having him, spreads the Bruins’ inconsistent defense. However, we do know that the team that can control the clock usually wins the big games.

In that case, I will go out on a limb and give the win to the Bruins in this one, with more experience at back up QB and a more dominating running game.

Free Pick: UCLA

CHECK OUT OUR College football betting forums today! Join us today and make College football picks against the spread for all Division 1 NCAA Football matchups!

CFB BETTING SEASON PROMO: BOOKMAKER.COM WANTS YOU To Pick Your Own Bonus in 2010! Grab a 25%, 50%, or 100% DEPOSIT Bonus Today! CLICK HERE NOW!!! WTF ARE YOU WAITING FOR?


Matt Martz is a sports writer for the Bakersfield Californian located in Central California. Blessed is the gambler who expects nothing, for ye shall not be disappointed.

RELATED CONTENT

Cappers Picks - Premium Picks For Sale

Rocketman Sports NFLX Winner Saturday! *16-5 Run*!

**#3 ranked NFLX in 2014-15**
**#5 ranked NFLX in 2009-10**
**#3 ranked NFLX in 2009**
**#4 ranked NFLX in 2010**
**#7 ranked NFLX in 2008**
**#10 ranked NFLX in 2012**

Rocky Atkinson has a Saturday NFLX winner for you. One of the BEST HANDICAPPERS in the world is on an impressive 16-5 76% NFLX run over his last 21 picks! Join the same handicapper that has made $1,000/game bettors $10,540 since August 24, 2013 with his Spread on
Texans v. Cowboys!

This premium release comes GUARANTEED TO WIN!

About Cappers Picks

Articles on CappersPicks.com are written by Q (the Head Honcho) at Cappers Picks or by our resident "in house" handicapper Razor Ray Monohan! Enjoy the free picks folks! "Pad that bankroll one day at a time!"


Comments

Advertising