2015 College Football Betting Picks: Washington Huskies at USC Trojans.

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The (2-2) Washington Huskies of the Pac-Twelve North Division is headed to “THE CITY OF ANGELS” for a Pac-12 out of Division matchup. Washington play’s the (3-1) and Seventeenth-ranked USC Trojans of the Pac-Twelve South. The game is at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California. Kickoff time is at 9:00 PM EST on the ESPN Television Network. The game is on Thursday, October, 8th 2015. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Washington Huskies are coming into Southern California with intentions of beating their former Head Coach. Many College Football Experts thought the USC Trojans had the talent to run the table and get into the BCS four-team playoffs. USC has to win out after a devastating home loss against Stanford on September 19th. The Opening betting line has USC as a seventeen-point Home Favorite Against The Spread. The Betting Odds total is 56-points for Thursday’s game.

The 2015 Washington Huskies and head coach Chris Peterson will have his team ready for “PRIME TIME” on Thursday Night. Washington recruits the Los Angeles area, and a victory will attract area prep players to Seattle. A Thursday Night matchup is a rarity at the Coliseum; it’s only the Trojans third Thursday matchup in over ninety years. Washington starting running back Dwayne Washington, starting receivers Jaydon Mickens and Dante Pettis are natives of the “SOUTHLAND”. The Huskies also have five starters on defense from the area. They will be ready to take down USC and defense is going to play a big part. The two institutes have not played since the 2012 season and emotions will be running high on both sides. Washington will have true freshman quarterback Jake Browning under center for his fourth start of his young College Football career. Peterson and the coaching staff say’s he has come a long way since the opener at Boise State. The signal caller threw two crucial interceptions in their last game, a 30-24 home loss to California on September 26th. Offensive coordinator Jonathan Smith knows Browning has a lot more learning in front of him, and they don’t want to put too much on his plate.

USC Trojans coaching staff clearly has the advantage Thursday for various reasons. Five assistant coaches followed Sarkisian to Los Angeles from Seattle including defensive coordinator Justin Wilcox. The current Trojans staff also recruited many of the Washington players and knew their strengths and weaknesses. Seems like a clear advantage for USC, but USC must still be on upset alert. The USC defense got exposed by Stanford and Wilcox must keep everyone on the same page. Everything was supposed to be coming together for in the 2015 season. Senior quarterback Cody Kessler has plenty of game experience and is a more than accurate passer. The coaching staff wants the senior signal caller to be more vocal in his leadership role. The key to a USC victory is to play solid defense and win the battle in the trenches. The Trojans can’t afford another loss if they want to be relevant nationally.

The Betting Odds under the total are 4-0 Washington last four Football games on the road.

The home team is 5-1 Against The Point Spread the last six between the teams.


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