Huskies and Buffaloes star in PAC 12 championship game

Colorado Buffaloes vs. Washington U Huskies Betting Odds PreviewNorth division champions the No. 4 Washington Huskies are favored by college football betting odds to win the Pac 12 championship versus South Division title-holders the No. 9 Colorado Buffaloes on Friday, December 2nd. Here are the online sportsbook college football betting lines for the game at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California:

Colorado Buffaloes +7½ (-125) +240 
Washington U Huskies -7½ (+105) -280
 
The Buffaloes (10-2) beat the Utah Utes 27-22 in the Rumble in the Rockies on Saturday. Sefo Liufau finished 23 of 44 for 270 yards with one TD pass to Shay Fields, and ran for 59 yards on 21 carries with another TD. Devin Ross had 94 yards on nine receptions. Chidobe Awuzie had eight tackles and one sack. Tedric Thompson intercepted two passes. Chris Graham kicked 2 of 2 field goals. The Buffaloes have won six games in a row. 
 
The Huskies (11-1) routed the Washington State Cougars 45-17 to win the 109th Apple Cup on Friday. Jake Browning threw 21 of 29 for 292 yards with three TDs. Lavon Coleman ran for 82 yards and two TDs on 10 carries. Dante Pettis had 86 yards and two TDs on three receptions. Budda Baker had eight tackles and one interception. Cameron Van Winkle made 1 of 1 field goals. The Huskies have won two games in a row.
 
Colorado is averaging 469.9 total yards (268.8 passing and 201.1 rushing) and allowing 323.0 total yards (187.3 passing and 135.7 rushing) per game. Liufao is 179 of 277 (64.6%) for 2150 yards with 11 TDs and three picks. Phillip Lindsay has run for 1136 yards and 15 TDs on 211 carries. Fields has 819 yards and nine TDs on 50 catches. Kenneth Olugbode has 86 combined yards. Jimmie Gilbert has 10 sacks. Thompson has intercepted seven passes.
 
Washington is averaging 485.0 total yards (279.6 passing and 205.4 rushing) and allowing 328.9 total yards (201.9 passing and 127.0 rushing) per game. Browning is 214 of 329 (65.0%) for 3162 yards with 40 TDs and seven picks. Myles Gaskin has run for 1180 yards and 10 TDs on 198 carries. Pettis has 787 yards and 14 TDs on 49 catches. Lead tackler Azeem Victor is out a broken right leg injury. Psalm Wooching has five sacks. 
 
Colorado college football betting odds trends: the Buffaloes are 11-2 against the spread in the last 13 games, 5-0 straight-up in the last five games, and 0-5 against the spread and straight-up in the last five games versus the Huskies. The total has gone under in six of Colorado’s last eight games, and over in five of the Buffaloes’ seven games versus the Huskies.
 
Washington college football betting odds trends: the Huskies are 2-4 against the spread in the last six games, 14-1 straight-up in the last 15 games, and 5-0 against the spread and straight-up in the last five games versus Colorado. The total has gone over in 11 of Washington’s last 15 games, and over in five of Washington’s last seven games versus the Buffaloes.