This Saturday evening match-up between of two teams tied for second place in the PAC-10 with # 13 Wildcats of Arizona (7-1) against #10 Cardinals of Stanford (7-1) and Kickoff is at 8 PM EDT and is on ABC TV. Arizona leads this series 14-11-0 and in 2009 Arizona won 43-38. Check out the NCAA Betting lines at SBGGlobal.com.
This is this first time these two teams have met with each being ranked in AP Top 25 Poll. Both reams trail Oregon in Pac-10 and without a win it will be unlikely for an appearance in the Rose Bowl. This game is basically a match-up of the Stanford offensive line against the Arizona defensive unit. Basically the Stanford Cardinals have protected QB Luck well this season allowing only three sacks, while the Arizona Wildcats lead their conference with 27 QB sacks led by their defensive ends.
Join in on the Action at SBGGlobal.com Sportsbook and take advantage of the seasonal promotions for this fall football season. In the Watch for the Arizona Wildcats they have a WR Criner who has had a great season this far scoring 5 TD’s while amassing 786 yards on 49 receptions. This far he has 14 career TD’s on coming on receptions of more the 20 yards. Last week against UCLA he had a 42 yard reception for a TD. The for the Stanford Cardinals their Defensive end Masifilo made two sacks and was the center of the defensive unit that held the Huskies last week to a skimpy 107 yards. He also forced a fumble and 5 tackles.
That was the fewest yards ever allowed by a Stanford. Check out the NCAA Odds on this important Pac-10 game on Saturday. It’s interesting to look and some of the opponent statistics in that Stanford has eight games in which they scored a minimum of 30 points this season and on the other side Arizona has not given up that many points in a game all this season. In the Wildcats game against the Huskies last week they had 583 total yards on 88 plays. Then the Cardinals RB Taylor has had a least 100 yards rushing for the last five games. These types of Stats make a game more challenging.
The latest on the NCAA Football odds on this game is that Stanford is favored at – 9 ½ with the OV/UN 56 and on the Money Line Stanford is -345 and Arizona is +285. All Odds and Lines will move often as wagering volume demands.