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Posted on: 02/09/2011

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(157) UCLA (+3.0, ov62.0)
(158) HOUSTON  (-3.0, un62.0)
Saturday, Sep 03 2011, 12:30 PM PST
Both teams are off train wreck seasons with QB problems. Houston might
have a chip on its shoulder, too, as they lost at UCLA last season, a
31-13 rout losing 2 QBs to injuries, which wrecked their season! UCLA’s
Rick Neuheisel loses outstanding offensive coordinator Norm Chow and
has QB problems with junior QB Kevin Prince (3 TDs, 5 INTs) and junior
QB Richard Brehaut (6 TDs, 7 INTs). And the defense allowed 30 ppg.
UCLA gave up more than 500 yards in each of two losses to Oregon and
Cal, getting outscored 95-20. The one-dimensional offense is becoming a
problem, as Oregon embarrassed the Bruins on national TV, 60-13, with
an edge in yards 582-290 (allowing 270 yards rushing). Teams focused on
stopping the run and UCLA has a weak passing game once it gets behind.
The defense was supposed to be a strength, but UCLA was gouged by
Kansas State for 312 yards rushing, gave up 311 passing to a bad
Washington State team, and allowed 583 yards (264 rushing) to Arizona.
The Bruins are 7-1 ATS in their last 8 non-conference games, 6-2 ATS in
their last 8 games in September, but 3-9 ATS in their last 12 games as
an underdog of 3.5-10.0. Houston is a powerhouse offensive team under
fourth-year head coach Kevin Sumlin, off a 5-7 SU, 3-7-1 ATS season of
bad luck, losing 2 QBs. For 2011, they return senior QB Case Keenum (5
TDs, 5 INTs), backup Cotton Turner and sophomore QB David Piland (24
TDs, 14 INTs), who was forced in as a freshman and played well. Even
with all the injuries this offense averaged 37.7 points and 327.3 yards
passing, the fifth best air attack in the country. The offense is
loaded behind senior running back Bryce Beall and senior wide receiver
Patrick Edwards. The defense, though, is another story, (32.2 ppg
allowed), but there is hope with returning LBs Marcus McGraw, Sammy
Brown and Phillip Steward. The secondary lacks experience, but that
won’t matter this week. Houston is 26-8 SU, 18-11-1 ATS at home.
Projected Score: Houston 30, UCLA 20
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