UCLA Bruins versus Nebraska Cornhuskers College Football Betting Preview

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On the highlights of the week three card from NCAA college football will be a PAC 12 versus Big 12 match up as the UCLA Bruins hit the road to face the Nebraska Cornhuskers. The Bruins and Cornhuskers get together from Lincoln Nebraska at 12PM Eastern Time and ABC TV will provide the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Nebraska Cornhuskers favored by -3 points with an over under line of 69 points. Those who wager on Nebraska on the money line will receive -155 odds with the return on the UCLA Bruins at +135 odds on the money line.

The Bruins will enter play off a bye week following an impressive second half display as they defeat the Nevada Wolf Pack by the score of 58-20 as a -20 ½ point betting favorite and the total going over 78 points. The Bruins carried only a four point half time lead but in the second half the team crushed Nevada as they outscore the Wolf Pack 41-7 in the win. Nebraska is 2-0 on this young season and there was already some concerns over the play of the Cornhuskers defense. Nebraska in their week one 37-34 home victory against the Wyoming Cowboys allowed their Mountain West opponent to amass over 600 yards of offense. The following week Nebraska took easy care of the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles by the score of 56-13 as a four touchdown favorite in the game. The teams met last year in Pasadena at the Rose Bowl and it was UCLA with the 36-30 home victory and covering the spread as a +3 ½ point underdog in the game with the total going over the total of 58 ½ points. It was a monster offensive performance by the Bruins as they net 653 offensive yards for the game with the run game producing 344 yards and a 6 yards per carry average. Bruins QB Brett Hundley who was a freshman at the time passed for 305 yards and four touchdowns in the victory.

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