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Pac-12 football lines: Oregon -21 vs. Washington, UCLA -7 vs. Cal, Stanford -3 vs. ASU

We take a quick look at these lines.

Kevork Djansezian

Utah Utes favored by 2 to 2.5 points over the Oregon St. Beavers: This will be a close, even matchup between two teams that have scrapped their way to early 4-1 starts. Both teams have clear flaws, but have also looked pretty good in some of their wins. Which team will be the victor?

UCLA Bruins favored by 7 points over the California Golden Bears: UCLA is reeling and now just has to regroup and hope to win out. Luckily, their next two road games are on the easier side, and Cal's offense does look a bit less difficult to navigate than they did a week ago. It could be high-scoring in Berkeley!

USC Trojans favored by 19 to 20 points over the Colorado Buffaloes: USC has survived and now looks to regain their mojo against the only Pac-12 South team that doesn't look like they'll leap up and claw their face out. Colorado's offense is spunky, but their defense got carved up by the Trojans last year. Could be high-scoring for at least one side.

Oregon Ducks favored by 20 to 21 points over the Washington Huskies: Washington's defense has proven to be pretty formidable these past few weeks, and the front seven has been considerably monstrous. They do seem to have the personnel to contain Oregon quite a bit. Unfortunately, their offense is another story, and will make life very tough.

Stanford Cardinal favored by 3 to 3.5 points over the Arizona St. Sun Devils: Stanford's defense has owned Arizona State's offense the last two times they faced each other, so why is this line so low? Stanford's offense, that's why! Lots of question marks as to whether the Cardinal will be able to distance themselves from even the semi-good teams of the Pac-12. They'll need to get leads and hold onto them, because if they fall behind by a bit they will be in trouble.