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Pac-12 football over/unders: Washington at 10, USC 9.5, UCLA 9, Oregon 8.5, Stanford 8

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There are some strange odds for over/unders in the Pac-12 this season (courtesy of Bovada, a strange oddsmaker). Let’s go through them one-by-one.

Arizona Wildcats, 7.5 wins: Arizona is about where you’d expect they’d be.

Arizona State Sun Devils, 6 wins: Arizona State is surprisingly low. Six wins doesn’t seem like much.

California Golden Bears, 6 wins: Cal at six wins is a little high given their turnover, but that’s not too bad at all for a Bears team without Jared Goff.

Colorado Buffaloes, 4.5 wins: Colorado is expected to improve, but they’re coming up from three wins, so only small steps are expected.

Oregon Ducks, 8.5 wins: Oregon is about where they were last year, meaning the bookies aren’t expecting the Ducks to jump back into title form.

Oregon State Beavers, 3.5 wins: Oregon State. Still bad at football.

Stanford Cardinal, 8 wins: Stanford’s line is surprisingly low, trailing four other Pac-12 teams. Doesn’t sound like Vegas is buying into the Christian McCaffrey one man band.

UCLA Bruins, 9 wins: UCLA is about where you’d expect. Pretty good, and it’d be shocking if they differ too much from that 8 to 10 range.

USC Trojans, 9.5 wins: Ditto USC.

Utah Utes, 6.5 wins: Utah is expected to regress, so this fallback was to be expected.

Washington Huskies, 10 wins: This is the shocker of the conference. 10 wins basically has Washington pegged as the Pac-12 North champions.

Washington St. Cougars, 7 wins: Wazzu isn’t expected to leap after a solid 2015 campaign.