Oregon at UCLA College Football Betting Line

College football betting line players will have an attractive Pac 10 matchup of bowl contenders to handicap against the college football odds as UCLA hosts Oregon.

College football betting line handicappers have been impressed with both teams as Oregon has surged but UCLA is a dangerous college football odds host.

The Oregon Ducks enter this college football betting line matchup with a record of 4-1 straight up and 3-2 versus college football odds. The Ducks have gone over the college football betting line total in 3 out of 5 games.

After losing their college football betting line opener at Boise State the Ducks have found their stride and are coming off back to back blowout wins over California and Washington State. Last week Oregon slaughtered Washington State 52-6 for an easy college football betting line payoff as 35-point home favorites on the college football odds board. Oregon dominated the Cougars in all facets of the game against the college football betting line with a total yards advantage of 469-158 and a ridiculous 31-4 edge in first downs. The Ducks are a ground oriented team led by LaMichael James, who has rushed for 433 yards already this season.

The UCLA Bruins have a record of 3-1 both straight up and against the college football betting line. UCLA suffered their first loss last week at Stanford 16-24 as 5-point college football betting line dogs as the game went under the total of 45. UCLA has gone under the total in 3 consecutive games. The Bruins are a strong defensive team that ranks 22nd nationally in points allowed. Their offense continues to struggle in college football betting line as it ranks just 91st in scoring. The Bruins have not ran or thrown with consistent effectiveness this year.

Oregon has gotten the cash in 5 out of their last 7 trips to UCLA and the two teams have gone under the college football betting line total in 4 out of their last 5 meetings. Last year Oregon beat UCLA 31-24 but failed to cover as 20.5-point home favorites.

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