UCLA vs. Stanford NCAAF Pick – Week 8

The UCLA Bruins Traveling to Palo Alto for a Thursday night Pac-12 showdown against the Stanford Cardinal.

UCLA are searching for their second win of the year. Theyneeded a break following their latest loss against the Oregon State Beavers andre coming off a bye. This was once they arrived within 3 points of Arizona along with a win from Washington State.
That momentum All got thrown out of the door with a loss against Oregon State. Jake Luton diced the secondary up for 5 touchdown passes and 285 passing yards. The ball moved using 123 rushing yards and 3 touchdowns from Artavis Pierce as well, on the ground.
The air was thrown from the locker room to get Chip Kellys squad. UCLA had to proceed with all the backup quarterback against Oregon State two weeks ago. Together with Dorian Thompson-Robinson suffering an injury in the 3rd quarter from Arizona, the Bruins have been forced to go with Austin Burton. Burton passed for 236 yards and a touchdown, but thats not with the UCLA defense.
Thompson-Robinson is listed as questionable heading into Thursday. There has not been a clear response regarding Thompson Robinson. We will not find out until gameday. Chip Kelly knows who will be playing, but he is going to induce just two quarterbacks to be prepared for by Stanford. The starting QB is irrelevant, though, In the event the secondary performs like they did from Oregon State and Washington State.
There have been flashes of exactly what this crime could be. Take a look at the tape of the Washington State game and it seemed like classic Chip Kelly at Oregon. But, thats the game we have seen Thompson-Robinson and UCLA functioning at full advantage offensively. They face a Stanford team who secured a quality Washington team down.
Davis Mills looked comfortable under center with a great defense. If UCLA isnt taken by them softly and prepare in exactly the identical fashion, moving the ball should be simple for the Cardinal. Come in without any attention and that is likely to allow UCLA the introduction they will need to win their second game of the year. Head under for our free UCLA vs. Stanford pick.
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An injured Thompson-Robinson or no Thompson-Robinson within this game does not help the Bruins cause at Stanford on the street. However, they begin this match and could have some quarterback come in, but a win is going to be difficult, when the defense plays as they have for the larger portion of 2019. There are three teams in the FBS that are at playing defense than UCLA worse. None of these are together with Arkansas State, UMass, and also New Mexico rounding out three, in a summit.
UCLA have allowed an average of 503.3 metres per game, together with 37.7 points allowed. They have been getting pummeled from the pass, with an average of all 340.7 yards allowed per game. New Mexico have allowed more yards across the air than UCLA. With the injury to K.J. Costello, Mills has appeared in five matches this year. He seemed comfy.
Instead of forcing the ball like lots of quarterbacks perform, Mills was carrying what the defense was giving him. It added up for 291 yards with no turnovers and a touchdown. The Bruins give quarterbacks a lot to use, so he will likely record a performance, if Mills is considering Thursday night. Mills has passed for 4 touchdowns with no interceptions in his previous two outings.
Winning this match could be challenging using Thompson-Robinson, and without him its going to be hard to keep this a competitive game. Hes not going to be running at 100% on the street at Stanford In case Thompson-Robinson does play. Stanford were remarkable in restricting Jacob Eason as well as the Washington crime last week. Eason passed for 206 yards with a touchdown and interception, while Salvon Ahmed had been held to just 28 yards.
UCLA have notoriously struggled against Stanford they match. Even when the Bruins were great, they have been given issues by the Cardinal. Stanford are still on a win streak over UCLA, using the Bruins being a team before which is. UCLA also have been abysmal over the street the last few years, with a dreadful record of 2-16. I bet that at 6.5 when the line was published, but such as Stanford to win from double digits to cover the current spread.

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