[Quote: Originally Posted by morgan102] They will win,but not 13.5 pts.I personally don't trust them, because I live in LA and can kind of feel the pulse of the team,they have money burned everybody that started trusting them again....NO thank you.[/Quote]
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UCLA will try to avoid looking ahead to next week's showdown when the No. 9 Bruins host Utah in a Pac-12 game Saturday night. UCLA is scheduled to clash with No. 4 Oregon a week later on the same Rose Bowl field, a game that could go a long way toward qualifying the winner for this season's inaugural four-team College Football Playoff. But before the Bruins can envision that, they'll have a viable test against the Utes, who won at Michigan on Sept. 27 but couldn't hold a late lead last week.
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