UCLA at Arizona (11/09/2013)

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Posted: 11/3/2013 3:46:35 AM

Away:  UCLA [5-3 ATS]
Home:  Arizona [4-4 ATS]

Game Time: 10:00 PM
Stadium: Arizona Stadium

Recent Meetings:
11/03/12 - ARIZ 10 vs. UCLA 66
10/20/11 - UCLA 12 vs. ARIZ 48
10/30/10 - ARIZ 29 vs. UCLA 21

Team Leaders:

UCLA:
Passing: Brett Hundley (1998)
Rushing: Jordon James (471)
Receiving: Devin Fuller (417)

Arizona:
Passing: B.J. Denker (1502)
Rushing: Ka'Deem Carey (1076)
Receiving: Nate Phillips (312)

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Posted: 11/4/2013 11:06:51 AM
UCLA needs to change their name from the UCLA BRUINS to the UCLA SCUMBAGS. I took them last week -28 against one of the worst teams in the PAC 12, Colorado and they couldn't cover at home? I lost 100 dollars on a straight bet. I am taking Arizona at home on this one. UCLA has no defense.  Colorado exposed that. The only reason the score wasn't closer is because Colorado kicked field goals when they got into the red zone. darn you UCLA. I hope Arizona drowns your behind. I see Arizona 45-14.
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Posted: 11/4/2013 5:52:52 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by madbasque:

UCLA needs to change their name from the UCLA BRUINS to the UCLA SCUMBAGS. I took them last week -28 against one of the worst teams in the PAC 12, Colorado and they couldn't cover at home? I lost 100 dollars on a straight bet. I am taking Arizona at home on this one. UCLA has no defense.  Colorado exposed that. The only reason the score wasn't closer is because Colorado kicked field goals when they got into the red zone. darn you UCLA. I hope Arizona drowns your behind. I see Arizona 45-14.
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Posted: 11/4/2013 6:02:58 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by madbasque:

UCLA needs to change their name from the UCLA BRUINS to the UCLA SCUMBAGS. I took them last week -28 against one of the worst teams in the PAC 12, Colorado and they couldn't cover at home? I lost 100 dollars on a straight bet. I am taking Arizona at home on this one. UCLA has no defense.  Colorado exposed that. The only reason the score wasn't closer is because Colorado kicked field goals when they got into the red zone. darn you UCLA. I hope Arizona drowns your behind. I see Arizona 45-14.

I understand your frustation,  I know this team rpetty well, and Mora knew he would win this game, he was rotating his 2nd and 3rd string on D developing his youngsters for depth, DONT be fooled ARIZ is a mediocre team and you will not see that this weekend, I had UCLA teased with another play and was able to pick up a win.  I will need to investigate further to see if there is some critical injury, if not I'm going to lay serious  on what I think maybe the best pick this Sat.
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Posted: 11/6/2013 5:09:15 PM
You may be correct. However, UCLA still sucks the big one. I am a UCLA fan.  Every other Pac 12 team covered against Colorado, one of the worst teams along with Cal.  Even in the beginning Colorado ran the ball up and down the field. As I said, UCLA has no defense. They may or may not beat Arizona. I am sticking with Arizona.
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Posted: 11/6/2013 8:54:13 PM

ARIZONA   + 1

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Posted: 11/7/2013 2:05:58 PM
UCLA SCUMBAGS HAVE NO PASS DEFENSE. ARIZONA PASSES ON THEM ALL DAY LONG. 45-7 ARIZONA.
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Posted: 11/7/2013 2:18:29 PM
UCLA moneyline for the medium. Arizona is now favored and they flat out shouldn't be. Earlier post by madbasque gives misinformation on the UCLA-Colorado. UCLA killed them, they were up 35-3 and then the second and third string allowed a backdoor cover by UCLA. Back door covers happen on large spreads, you have to roll with it. UCLA got beat by two teams better than them the two week before that, Stanford and Oregon. Arizona has won three in a row unimpressively, they barely beat PAC 12 doormat California. This late in the year loose lines are far and few between, this is the time of year those Vegas Scumbags clean up so bet sparingly. If UCLA hadn't just played Oregon and Stanford and allowed a back door cover to lowly Colorado and Arizona hadn't won three straight against the bottom of the PAC 12 this line would be a lot different. Now we are going to see the UCLA QB who NFL scouts like a lot. Now go get some of your hard earned money back.
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Posted: 11/7/2013 5:24:37 PM
QUOTE

Originally Posted by lordzud:

UCLA moneyline for the medium. Arizona is now favored and they flat out shouldn't be. Earlier post by madbasque gives misinformation on the UCLA-Colorado. UCLA killed them, they were up 35-3 and then the second and third string allowed a backdoor cover by UCLA. Back door covers happen on large spreads, you have to roll with it. UCLA got beat by two teams better than them the two week before that, Stanford and Oregon. Arizona has won three in a row unimpressively, they barely beat PAC 12 doormat California. This late in the year loose lines are far and few between, this is the time of year those Vegas Scumbags clean up so bet sparingly. If UCLA hadn't just played Oregon and Stanford and allowed a back door cover to lowly Colorado and Arizona hadn't won three straight against the bottom of the PAC 12 this line would be a lot different. Now we are going to see the UCLA QB who NFL scouts like a lot. Now go get some of your hard earned money back.

  THIS ANALYSIS...

I'm on ARIZ, but Lord's analysis was right on.    Deep breath Madman, its one game in 5 months.

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Posted: 11/9/2013 1:42:29 AM
Kadeem carey will run wild,  every one and their mother pounding Bruins,  line is going nowhere. Az huge!
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Posted: 11/9/2013 6:18:12 AM
I dunno about arizona they lost to 2 alright teams just seems they r just an average team, Ucla seems like the better team atm. I like alabama by 14 over LSU best bet today slap a hundred on that bad boy lol
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Posted: 11/9/2013 7:10:22 AM

I think the Wise Men in Vegas are trying to pull a fast one on the public in this spot…  I will admit historically funny things happen in the desert all the time, but this line opened incredibly low with the 19th ranked team in the country that has a Heisman Trophy candidate under center laying less than a field goal…  Then all of a sudden the top running back for UCLA was announced as a scratch and the line flip flopped so the Bruins are now getting the chalk which gives the impression to the public that Vegas is soliciting UCLA dollars… 

 

NO play for me here, but I think UCLA wins this game regardless as there are at least three more four/five star running backs on scholarship chomping at the bit for their chance to tote the rock…  With that said, best of luck to all that wade in these waters…. 

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Posted: 11/9/2013 8:54:56 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by holtnt:

I think the Wise Men in Vegas are trying to pull a fast one on the public in this spot…  I will admit historically funny things happen in the desert all the time, but this line opened incredibly low with the 19th ranked team in the country that has a Heisman Trophy candidate under center laying less than a field goal…  Then all of a sudden the top running back for UCLA was announced as a scratch and the line flip flopped so the Bruins are now getting the chalk which gives the impression to the public that Vegas is soliciting UCLA dollars… 

 

NO play for me here, but I think UCLA wins this game regardless as there are at least three more four/five star running backs on scholarship chomping at the bit for their chance to tote the rock…  With that said, best of luck to all that wade in these waters…. 


I was thinking the exact same thing.  At first I was skeptical of my UCLA +1.5 bet when I started seeing the RLM, but now the line is moving entirely too fast!  I believe Vegas made a boo boo and is trying to cover their loses.  I am now more confident in my pick and I think UCLA wins outright.
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Posted: 11/9/2013 3:52:53 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by lordzud:

UCLA moneyline for the medium. Arizona is now favored and they flat out shouldn't be. Earlier post by madbasque gives misinformation on the UCLA-Colorado. UCLA killed them, they were up 35-3 and then the second and third string allowed a backdoor cover by UCLA. Back door covers happen on large spreads, you have to roll with it. UCLA got beat by two teams better than them the two week before that, Stanford and Oregon. Arizona has won three in a row unimpressively, they barely beat PAC 12 doormat California. This late in the year loose lines are far and few between, this is the time of year those Vegas Scumbags clean up so bet sparingly. If UCLA hadn't just played Oregon and Stanford and allowed a back door cover to lowly Colorado and Arizona hadn't won three straight against the bottom of the PAC 12 this line would be a lot different. Now we are going to see the UCLA QB who NFL scouts like a lot. Now go get some of your hard earned money back.

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Posted: 11/9/2013 8:32:25 PM

ARIZONA -   31                                    UCLA -   28

Revenge from the drubbing in 2012 . UCLA smoked the cats  66-10.

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Posted: 11/10/2013 5:08:12 AM

I let one get away here!  At any rate, nice job UCLA and Under backers! 

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Posted: 11/10/2013 5:11:59 AM
QUOTE


Originally Posted by holtnt:

I let one get away here!  At any rate, nice job UCLA and Under backers! 


You were right on the money and should've pulled the trigger! I'm happy I did.
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