UCLA vs. Utah: Betting odds, lines, and picks against the spread

The Las Vegas sportsbook has the undefeated 18th UCLA Bruins (5-0, 2-0 in the Pac-12) as 3½-point home underdogs when they host the 11th Utah Utes at 12:30 p.m. Saturday at the Rose Bowl in an important Pac-12 battle.

UCLA coach Chip Kelly’s offense features double threat quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson and running back Zach Charbonnet, but also a stellar offensive line that leads the nation with the fewest tackles on losses.

The Bruins are looking for their second straight win at home as they were underdogs in their 40-32, three-point win over the Washington Huskies last Saturday.

Utah has been on the right track since their season-opening loss in Florida, as the Utes have won their last four games by at least 20 points, including a 42-16 loss to a tough Oregon State team last Saturday. However, UCLA supporters can get a vote of confidence with the fact that the Florida loss was on the road, plus the Utes gave up 283 rushing yards to the Gators and other teams could run on them too.

Most bettors have sided with Utah so far, with 55% of the bets and 68% of the money on the Utes -3½ at DraftKings. For the latest betting trends, visit VSiN’s CFB betting split page.

The bookies expect this to be a shootout with an over/under of 64 1/2 points. So far most bettors have agreed as 64% of the bets and a whopping 82% of the money have been in the over.

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https://www.latimes.com/sports/ucla/story/2022-10-07/ucla-utah-betting-odds-lines-and-picks-against-the-spread UCLA vs. Utah: Betting odds, lines, and picks against the spread

Emma Bowman

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