USC vs. Arizona: Betting odds, lines, picks against the spread

No. 10 USC (6-1, 4-1 in the Pac-12) was set as the 15.5-point road favorite Saturday afternoon in Arizona.

The Trojans, who are having a bye week, are a half-game behind Oregon (4-0 in the Pac-12) and a half-game ahead of No. 12 UCLA (in which they are battling for the victory bell) in the conference race. the annual Crosstown Rivalry Game on November 19) and No. 14 Utah (who beat USC 43-42 two weeks ago to hold the tiebreaker if they finish second).

Arizona (3-4, 1-3 in the Pac-12) had a tough season with their only conference win over Colorado and was defeated 49-22 in their only other game against a ranked team by Oregon. However, the Wildcats covered in their 49-39 loss in Washington in their last game as 14.5-point underdogs on the road before also having a bye week.

Early bettors bet on the Trojans of choice as 82% of the bets and 71% of the money on USC in the nationwide sportsbook were placed by DraftKings. Visit VSiN’s College Football Splits page for the latest betting trends.

The over/under was set at a very high 75.5 points primarily due to Chip Kelly’s offense averaging 40.4 points per game against an Arizona defense averaging 36.3 points per game. However, keep in mind that Arizona’s offense averages 31.6 points per game but faces a USC defense that only allows 22.1 points per game.

A large majority of early bettors seem to think the total is overstated as 80% of the bets and 91% of the money at DraftKings were under 75.5.

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Emma Bowman

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