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California vs. UCLA, 10/12/2013 22:30
Point Spread: -24½/-110 UCLA
This Saturday is GAME OF THE MONTH SATURDAY as I have my 100%, 2-0 100 STAR PLAY, my 1-0 MAC GAME OF THE MONTH, and my first CONF USA GAME OF THE MONTH. All you have to do is follow me and you will SWEEP THE BOARD.
Saturday's FREE NCAAF WINNER is UCLA over Cal.
Can you say REVENGE?! Cal took down UCLA last year, 43-17. But these are two totally different teams now. UCLA is 4-0 both SU and ATS, beating such notables as Nebraska and Utah. Cal is 1-4 SU and 0-5 against the number this season. As matter of fact, the Golden Bears failed to cover their L10 straight contests, going back to last season. Their defense has been decimated by injuries, ranking the unit 123rd in Total Yards Allowed (526 YPG) and 124th in Points Allowed (45). They are equally bad against both the run and the pass. In comes a Bruins offense that is posting 561.8 YPG (4th nationally) and 48 PPG (5th). Dual-threat QB, Brett Hundley has 1059 YP and 9 TDs in the air and another 242 YR and 3 more scores on the ground. RB, Jordan James is listed as questionable but Perkins, Jones, and Manfro can fill in just in case, without missing a beat. On the flipside, Cal QB, Jared Goff can throw the ball but does have 5 INTs already and must face a UCLA "D" that has 8 PICKS just in the L2 games. The Golden Bears are averaging a mere 2.9 YPC on the ground. UCLA knows this and will key on the passing game. The Bruins have the pass-rushers to get to Goff and force mistakes. The Home Team is 5-1 ATS the L6 meetings in the series. The Golden Bears are 1-4-1 ATS their L6 games played at the Bruins, 0-7 ATS their L7 Conference games, and 0-7 ATS their L7 games played vs. teams with a winning record. The Bruins are 5-1 ATS their L6 games played laying DDs, 5-2 ATS their L7 Conference games, and 9-4 ATS their L13 games played at home. Take UCLA. Thank you.