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Power Sports' ANTI-PUBLIC BURIAL ~ 100% PERFECT LAST SEASON!

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Utah vs. Washington, 11/02/2019 16:00 EDT, Score: 33 - 28

Total: -109/+47 Over

Sportsbook: PinnacleSports

Result: Win

8* Over Utah/Washington (4:00 ET): Prior to two weeks ago, Washington had not been a home dog since 2015, which was Chris Petersen's first year here in Seattle. Now it's happened two games in a row! The Huskies lost to Oregon despite leading most of the way and that was their third loss of the season. Now they host a Utah team that could very well end up playing Oregon for the Pac 12 Championship. I'm a little "gun-shy" about playing UW in this spot as Utah is the better team and comes in w/ a severe case of double revenge (lost twice to the Huskies last season). But fortunately the total seems to be providing some REAL value. Take the Over.

It's not often that the Under would be considered a "public" play, but it is here w/ a Utah team that's gone Under in six straight while holding its last three opponents to 10 points total. Then you have the fact that the two games vs. Washington last season had final scores of 21-7 and 10-3. But the key here is that Washington just faced an Oregon defense that had a similar statistical profile to Utah and they were able to hang 31 points on them while gaining over 400 yards. For the season, Washington averages 35.7 PPG. They are probably the best offensive team Utah has faced so far in 2019.

Utah is off its first shutout win as a Pac 12 member as they beat Cal 35-0 last week, holding the Bears to 83 total yards! The week previous saw them down Arizona State 21-3 while allowing just 136 total yards. Those are some really impressive numbers, but both games took place in Salt Lake City. Also, it's not as if the Utes' offense can't put some points on the board. They are averaging 33.1 PPG. Three of the six games that have stayed Under for Utah would have gone Over this particular O/U line. The Washington defense they'll face on Saturday is not as strong as they one they saw twice last year. The Huskies gave up only 16.4 PPG LY. With only two starters back from that group, they are allowing 28.3 the L3 games. 8* Over Utah/Washington


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