Utah vs Washington

Utah vs Washington odds, line: Pac-12 Championship picks and predictions from dialed-in expert who’s 6-1 on Utes games

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The 2018 Pac-12 Championship Game will be held at Levi’s Stadium on Friday at 8 p.m. ET. Washington will represent the Pac-12 North, while Utah emerged from the Pac-12 South. With the Pac-12 Championship trophy and a trip to the Rose Bowl on the line, the competition is expected to be fierce. Both teams have nearly the same point differential against FBS schools this year, with Utah at +9.8 and Washington at +8.7. The Huskies are 5.5-point favorites and the total is at 43.5 in the latest Washington vs. Utah odds. judging by the Over-Under, two stout defenses should be on display in Santa Clara, so before you make your Washington vs. Utah picks for the Pac-12 Championship 2018, be sure to check out what SportsLine data scientist Stephen Oh has to say.

The renowned co-founder of AccuScore, Oh simulates each game 10,000 times. He is crushing college football in 2018 and has had a keen eye for the tendencies of Utah, as he boasts a remarkable 6-1 record on spread picks involving the Utes. Anyone who has followed him is way up.

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Now, Oh has scrutinized Washington vs. Utah (stream live on fuboTV) from every possible angle to reveal a strong point-spread pick that he’s sharing only at SportsLine.

Oh knows that one big advantage for the Huskies will be their tackling. Washington ranks eighth in the country in scoring defense, allowing just 16.5 points per game, but they don’t generate a lot of the big plays we’ve come to expect from the nation’s best defenses. They’ve only generated 17 turnovers (76th in FBS), 19 sacks (106th) and 52 tackles for loss (118th). However, they keep opponents out of the end zone because they get them on the ground and get off the field.

Against a Utah offense that will be missing 1,000-yard running back Zack Moss and starting quarterback Tyler Huntley, that’s a strong advantage to have.

But just because Washington’s defense has been rolling doesn’t mean it can cover against Utah.

Kyle Whittingham’s bunch doesn’t put up gaudy numbers, but they still win football games because they come through in important situations. The Utes’ third-down defense is among the best in the country, and inside the red zone they’re incredibly efficient on both sides of the ball.

Utah’s opponents only convert on third down 33.2 percent of the time and secure points on just 62.9 percent of trips inside the 20 (No. 2 in FBS). Meanwhile, Utah’s offense scores on over 91 percent of its trips inside the red zone.

Utah is 6-4 against the spread versus FBS teams this season, while Washington is just 3-8.

Oh has analyzed this matchup from every possible angle and while we can tell you he’s leaning under, he has discovered a crucial X-factor that makes one side of the spread a must-back. He’s only sharing his pick over at SportsLine.

Who covers Washington vs. Utah? And what crucial X-factor causes one side of the spread to hit hard? Visit SportsLine now to see which side you need to jump all over Friday, all from the data scientist who’s 6-1 on spread picks involving Utah.

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Anthony Mundine vs Jeff Horn: Ultimate guide for the big fight

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Jeff Horn’s night at Suncorp Stadium got off to a less than ideal start when his younger brother made his professional debut on the undercard.

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It’s no McGregor vs Mayweather but it’s still the biggest boxing match in Australia this year.

Even if you’re not an avid fight fan there are plenty of reasons to tune in as Jeff Horn squares off with Anthony Mundine. Here’s everything you need to know about the River City Rumble.

WHEN AND WHERE IS IT?

The fight is at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium on Friday night. The undercard kicked off at approximately 7.30pm local time and Mundine and Horn won’t touch gloves before 10pm (that’s 11pm AEDT). There’s a chance they won’t enter the ring until later, though, so have a pot of coffee on standby in case of any delays.

HOW CAN I WATCH?

You can purchase the pay-per-view on Foxtel’s Main Event channel for $59.95, while news.com.au will be running a live blog of the fight and carrying all the best analysis and reaction. If your TV and laptop no longer work because your housemates spilled beer all over them last weekend, plenty of pubs and clubs around the country will be broadcasting the bout.

In fact you’ll be able to catch the fight in the vast majority of pubs across the land after it became the third biggest fight on Main Event pre-sale. Behind only Mayweather vs McGregor and Green vs Mundine.

WHAT’S HAPPENED SO FAR

The fights are underway at Suncorp Stadium with some big names stepping into the ring before the main event hits.

Jeff Horn’s younger brother Ben made his professional debut in the opening fight to be televised across the land.

But it certainly wasn’t a first-up effort that suggests he’s any chance of having a similar career to his world-beating sibling as he was defeated via TKO (referee stoppage) in the fourth round against fellow debutant Lachlan O’Shea.

Both fighters were extremely green but swung wildly and paid little attention to defence. Horn landed some nice shots in the first two rounds but began to tire in the third and was caught with a shot that knocked out his mouthguard in the fourth.

WHY YOU SHOULD CHEER FOR MUNDINE

Because if you don’t, who will? One of the main reasons Mundine attracts so many eyeballs is because people will tune in to watch him get knocked out. But whatever you think of the sometimes offensive sentences that come out of his mouth, The Man is seriously talented. To be able to step in the ring at 43 — and stand a legitimate chance at causing an upset — is damn impressive. Mundine is a genuine sporting superstar and one of the most athletically gifted sportsmen Australia has produced — if for nothing else, he at least deserves respect for that. He’s also a passionate advocate for indigenous Australians and to finish his career on a high would be a fitting end for a person who’s been involved in professional sport — across rugby league and boxing — for 25 years.

WHY YOU SHOULD CHEER FOR HORN

For one, he’s everything a boxer isn’t supposed to be — polite, humble and respectful. What you see with Horn is what you get, and what you get is a down to earth, genuine, likeable Australian. The Queenslander also has a heartwarming backstory that brings casual observers along for the ride. Taking up boxing because he was bullied as a kid before becoming a school teacher, Horn has repeatedly punched his way past more fancied opponents. Like the Little Engine That Could, he’s got where he is today through sheer will power and dedication as much as skill. A win against Mundine would kickstart another pursuit of the welterweight strap he took off Manny Pacquiao last year. We all remember how fun that was, so why not barrack for another tilt at the title so we can all ride his wave? Also, unlike Mundine, Horn has never made controversial comments about Americans bringing September 11 upon themselves and he’s yet to criticise Olympic legend Cathy Freeman for being a corporate sellout.

Northern Illinois vs Buffalo

How to watch Buffalo vs. N. Illinois: NCAAF live stream info, TV channel, time, game odds

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Buffalo Bulls (home) vs. Northern Illinois Huskies (away) Current records: Buffalo 10-2; N. Illinois 7-5 N. Illinois will challenge Buffalo on the road at 7:00 p.m. next week. Coming off of a loss in a game they were expected to win, N. Illinois now face the more daunting task of proving themselves against unfavorable odds.

It looks like N. Illinois got the smaller half of the wishbone at Thanksgiving dinner. They came up short against W. Michigan on Tuesday, falling 28-21. This makes it the second defeat in a row for N. Illinois.

Meanwhile, Buffalo took an ego-bruising loss against Ohio last Wednesday, but they kept their chin up and bounced back on Friday. Buffalo was the clear victor by a 44-14 margin over Bowling Green. With that win, Buffalo brought their scoring average up a tier to 35.25 ppg.

Buffalo’s victory lifted them to 10-2 while N. Illinois’s defeat dropped them down to 7-5. The N. Illinois defense got after the quarterback against W. Michigan to the tune of seven sacks, so Buffalo’s offensive line better have put in some good practice this past week in preparation for the game.

How To Watch

  • When: Friday at 7:00 PM ET
  • Where: Ford Field, Michigan
  • TV: ESPN2
  • Follow: CBS Sports App

Prediction

The Bulls are a solid 3.5 point favorite against the Huskies.

This season, Buffalo is 9-2-0 against the spread. As for N. Illinois, they are 5-6-1 against the spread

Pac-12 Championship

Washington vs. Utah odds, line: Pac-12 Championship picks and predictions from dialed-in expert who’s 6-1 on Utes games

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The 2018 Pac-12 Championship Game will be held at Levi’s Stadium on Friday at 8 p.m. ET. Washington will represent the Pac-12 North, while Utah emerged from the Pac-12 South. With the Pac-12 Championship trophy and a trip to the Rose Bowl on the line, the competition is expected to be fierce. Both teams have nearly the same point differential against FBS schools this year, with Utah at +9.8 and Washington at +8.7. The Huskies are 5.5-point favorites and the total is at 43.5 in the latest Washington vs. Utah odds. judging by the Over-Under, two stout defenses should be on display in Santa Clara, so before you make your Washington vs. Utah picks for the Pac-12 Championship 2018, be sure to check out what SportsLine data scientist Stephen Oh has to say.

The renowned co-founder of AccuScore, Oh simulates each game 10,000 times. He is crushing college football in 2018 and has had a keen eye for the tendencies of Utah, as he boasts a remarkable 6-1 record on spread picks involving the Utes. Anyone who has followed him is way up.

Now, Oh has scrutinized Washington vs. Utah (stream live on fuboTV) from every possible angle to reveal a strong point-spread pick that he’s sharing only at SportsLine.

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Oh knows that one big advantage for the Huskies will be their tackling. Washington ranks eighth in the country in scoring defense, allowing just 16.5 points per game, but they don’t generate a lot of the big plays we’ve come to expect from the nation’s best defenses. They’ve only generated 17 turnovers (76th in FBS), 19 sacks (106th) and 52 tackles for loss (118th). However, they keep opponents out of the end zone because they get them on the ground and get off the field.

Against a Utah offense that will be missing 1,000-yard running back Zack Moss and starting quarterback Tyler Huntley, that’s a strong advantage to have.

But just because Washington’s defense has been rolling doesn’t mean it can cover against Utah.

Kyle Whittingham’s bunch doesn’t put up gaudy numbers, but they still win football games because they come through in important situations. The Utes’ third-down defense is among the best in the country, and inside the red zone they’re incredibly efficient on both sides of the ball.

Utah’s opponents only convert on third down 33.2 percent of the time and secure points on just 62.9 percent of trips inside the 20 (No. 2 in FBS). Meanwhile, Utah’s offense scores on over 91 percent of its trips inside the red zone.

Utah is 6-4 against the spread versus FBS teams this season, while Washington is just 3-8.

Oh has analyzed this matchup from every possible angle and while we can tell you he’s leaning under, he has discovered a crucial X-factor that makes one side of the spread a must-back. He’s only sharing his pick over at SportsLine.

Who covers Washington vs. Utah? And what crucial X-factor causes one side of the spread to hit hard? Visit SportsLine now to see which side you need to jump all over Friday, all from the data scientist who’s 6-1 on spread picks involving Utah.

Anthony Mundine vs Jeff Horn

Anthony Mundine vs Jeff Horn Live Streamed on ESPN+ The land down under will be buzzing with boxing fever when two Aussies Anthony “The Man” Mundine and Jeff “The Hornet” Horn duke it out at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia live on ESPN+ November 30.

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The Horn vs. Mundine fight will be held at a catchweight of 156 pounds, and it will be a fun night between two of Australia’s two biggest boxing stars.

Horn (18-1-1, 12 KOs) are former school teacher first made buzz when he defeated Filipino Ring legend Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao in Brisbane back in 2017 capturing the WBO welterweight title in the process and pulling off one of the biggest upsets for the year.

He defended his WBO belt one time against Gary Corcoran and then in his first fight in the USA lost the title to undefeated American Terence Crawford by stoppage.

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Horn would like a rematch with Crawford but this time in Australia, he felt his camp and his body wasn’t proper leading up to the bout and would like redemption, but first he has to get past Mundine on Friday night.

Mundine (48-8, 28 KOs) a former rugby player and WBA super-middleweight champion has fought some of the best names in boxing including a TKO victory over Sugar Shane Mosley.

He is at the later stages of his career having lost 3 of his last 5 fights. He wants to beat Horn to show he shouldn’t be written off even at the age of 43.

During the weigh-in Horn’s team felt Mundine had difficulty making the 156 pound catchweight because of the way he acted during the face off, he went to grab Horn’s neck and they figured that was a sign of frustration and fear.

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Mundine has fought as high as cruiserweight (200) and as low as junior middleweight (154), it is amazing that at 43 he went down in weight instead of up, normally fighters as they get older have difficulty making weight so they go up a division, Mundine went down, he fought most of his career at 168-pounds.

This fight could be one of the best all Australian fights in boxing history if both fighters show the same intensity inside the ring that they did outside during the face off.

The Jeff Horn vs. Anthony Mundine Live Stream starts on Friday at 12:30 AM on ESPN+ (9:30 PM November 30 in Australia).

Jeff Horn vs Anthony Mundine

Jeff Horn vs Anthony Mundine Live Streamed on ESPN+ The land down under will be buzzing with boxing fever when two Aussies Anthony “The Man” Mundine and Jeff “The Hornet” Horn duke it out at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia live on ESPN+ November 30.

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Jeff Horn vs Anthony Mundine

The Horn vs. Mundine fight will be held at a catchweight of 156 pounds, and it will be a fun night between two of Australia’s two biggest boxing stars.

Horn (18-1-1, 12 KOs) are former school teacher first made buzz when he defeated Filipino Ring legend Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao in Brisbane back in 2017 capturing the WBO welterweight title in the process and pulling off one of the biggest upsets for the year.

He defended his WBO belt one time against Gary Corcoran and then in his first fight in the USA lost the title to undefeated American Terence Crawford by stoppage.

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Horn would like a rematch with Crawford but this time in Australia, he felt his camp and his body wasn’t proper leading up to the bout and would like redemption, but first he has to get past Mundine on Friday night.

Mundine (48-8, 28 KOs) a former rugby player and WBA super-middleweight champion has fought some of the best names in boxing including a TKO victory over Sugar Shane Mosley.

He is at the later stages of his career having lost 3 of his last 5 fights. He wants to beat Horn to show he shouldn’t be written off even at the age of 43.

During the weigh-in Horn’s team felt Mundine had difficulty making the 156 pound catchweight because of the way he acted during the face off, he went to grab Horn’s neck and they figured that was a sign of frustration and fear.

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Mundine has fought as high as cruiserweight (200) and as low as junior middleweight (154), it is amazing that at 43 he went down in weight instead of up, normally fighters as they get older have difficulty making weight so they go up a division, Mundine went down, he fought most of his career at 168-pounds.

This fight could be one of the best all Australian fights in boxing history if both fighters show the same intensity inside the ring that they did outside during the face off.

The Jeff Horn vs. Anthony Mundine Live Stream starts on Friday at 12:30 AM on ESPN+ (9:30 PM November 30 in Australia).