Washington Favored in NCAA Online Betting Pac-10 Battle vs. ASU

There should be some scoring on Saturday night when Washington hosts Arizona State in NCAA online betting.

The total on this game at SBG is 62 and it is easy to see why.  Both Arizona State and Washington have potent offense so this should be an exciting college football betting contest.

Washington is a 2.5 point home favorite in this Pac-10 battle that can be seen on FSN.  The all-time series is just about as close as the odds on the game.  Washington has won 15 games while Arizona State has won 14.  ASU got the win last year with a TD pass in the final moments of the game.  Arizona State has won the last six meetings against Washington. Arizona State lost a tough 31-28 decision last week to Oregon State while Washington got an exciting 32-31 win over USC. The game between ASU and Washington on Saturday night could end up being just as close.

Over the Total – There is really only one way to go in this game and that is to take it over the total.  Arizona State is averaging 34.6 points per game and they are 9th in the country in passing offense. Stephen Threet is the top quarterback in the Pac-10.  ASU has a great offense but no defense. They are seventh in scoring defense. They have given up a combined 73 points in the last two weeks.  Washington should be able to put up a lot of points. Quarterback Jake Locker threw for 310 yards last week and ran for 110 against USC. The Washington defense is even worse that ASU’s.  They are 107th in the country in total defense. 14 of the last 20 Washington home games have gone over. Can you say over the total on Saturday night?

More Numbers – The Sun Devils are 4-1-1 ATS in their last 6 games overall. The Sun Devils are 1-3-1 ATS in their last 5 games as a road underdog. The Huskies are 5-2 ATS in their last 7 home games. The Huskies are 14-34-3 ATS in their last 51 games as a favorite.  ASU has owned this series as they are 6-0 against the NCAA online betting number in the last 6 meetings.

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