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The second-seeded Ohio State Buckeyes (28-7 straight-up, 20-12-1 against the spread) have become the West Region favorites after No. 1 Gonzaga went down against No. 9 Wichita State last Saturday. Now the Buckeyes must face arguably their toughest test to get back to the Elite Eight when they meet the sixth-seeded Arizona Wildcats (27-7 SU, 16-16 ATS) on Thursday at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
The Arizona Wildcats and UCLA Bruins are right in the thick of the chase for the PAC12 regular season title. UCLA upset Arizona on the road earlier this year. The Wildcats started off the season red hot, but they are in a bit of a tailspin of late. Can the Bruins pick up the season sweep? The oddsmakers expect a tight battle all the way to the end in this one. College Game Day will be at UCLA and this will be the featured Saturday night matchup on ESPN.
The college basketball season is all about riding momentum for some teams. The hot team going into the NCAA Tournament is the one to watch and wager on as the madness begins this March. With that in mind here is a look at the hot and cold teams for this week as part of our weekly edition of College Hoops Risers and Fallers.
Arizona was only of the last teams to lose a game this year, but the Wildcats have lost two of their last five. Their home loss to UCLA last week came as a pretty big surprise. Now, they have to play catch up in the PAC 12 standings. Washington is down a notch from where they were a couple years ago, but the Huskies are 4-3 in the league. Winning in Seattle is never an easy task.
The New Mexico Bowl will play itself out in Albuquerque on Saturday afternoon in the first bowl betting battle of the year, as the Nevada Wolf Pack take on the Arizona Wildcats.
Nevada has struggled historically in bowl games due to the fact that teams have generally had a long time to try to figure out its Pistol offense.
Rivals from the state of Arizona are going to square off in their regular season finales on Friday night in Tucson, where the Arizona State Sun Devils will match wits with the Arizona Wildcats.
This is a really important game for the Sun Devils for the good of the school. Right now, Arizona State is probably going to have to shell out a lot of money to go to a bowl game that doesn’t have a Pac-12 tie to it, and that means that there is probably more in the way of travel expense to get to the East Coast, and less in the way of a reward for going to that game.
After a 3-0 start, the Arizona Wildcats have lost two straight. Stanford was 3-0 after a huge victory over USC, but they stumbled last Thursday in Seattle. Both of these teams really need to get back on track in the PAC 12 Conference race. Which team will have the upper hand this Saturday afternoon?
Rich Rodriguez has brought his spread offense to Arizona, and this unit is having a lot of success so far this season.
Two of the top teams in the Pac-12 this year meet in college football betting action on Saturday night at Autzen Stadium, where the Oregon Ducks take on the Arizona Wildcats.
Arizona hasn’t exactly come out of nowhere this year, but it is really a surprise that the team is 3-0 this year. Of course, the Wildcats have only won one game that they were really supposed to lose, that being the game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys, and aside from that, there hasn’t been all that much to talk about.
NCAA Football 2012 Conference Betting Previews- PAC-12- Can anyone catch USC in the PAC-12 this season? The PAC -12 expanded to a South and North Division last season with the addition of Utah and Colorado and is now set to …