Winning NCAA Football Picks For Tonight: UCLA Bruins at Stanford Cardinal.

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The (4-1) and eighteenth-ranked UCLA Bruins of the PAC-Twelve South Division will travel to the “NORTHERN PART OF THE GOLDEN STATE” for a Conference matchup. UCLA will take on the (4-1) and number sixteen Stanford Cardinal of the PAC-12 North. The game will be played at Stanford Stadium “KNOWN AS THE FARM” on campus in Palo Alto, California. Kickoff time is at 10:30 PM EST on the ESPN Television Network. The game is on Thursday, October, 15th 2015. The Best Sports Handicapper believes The UCLA Bruins are still in the thick of the Divisional race, despite a recent home loss. UCLA is also without their best player. The Stanford Cardinal looks like the favorites in the North. Stanford has overtaken Oregon in 2015, but the Cardinal can’t rest on their laurels. The Opening betting line has Stanford as a six and a half-point Home Favorite Against The Spread. The Betting Odds total is 55-points for Thursday’s game. Read more on our Arkansas State at South Alabama week-six College Football write-up.

The 2015 UCLA Bruins were in the driver’s seat in the South Division of the Conference until a surprising 38-23 home loss to Arizona State. Head Coach Jim Mora and his team has had two weeks to regroup. UCLA has dropped seven in a row to Stanford including a 31-10 loss in the 2014 season. The Bruins are going to be without All-American linebacker Myles Jack who is out for the season with a knee injury. The latest casualty on the UCLA roster is wideout Mossi Johnson who also is out for the season. Freshman signal caller Josh Rosen is more than capable of making big plays but must play smart against a tough Stanford defense. The current UCLA coaching staff has been dominated by Stanford. In the past, UCLA has not been able to adjust to the hybrid offense ran by Stanford. Mora knows the Cardinals are stout up front on both sides of the football. Stanford has one of the best defensive lines in College Football. The key to a UCLA victory is to be ready for a physical style football contest.

The STanfor Cardinal have been rolling since their season-opening loss at Northwestern. The Cardinal has already beaten one Southern California team, a September 19th. 41-31 win at USC. The Cardinal are also coming off of a bye week. Starting quarterback Kevin Hogan and the Stanford offense is on fire. The unit is averaging over 40-points per game their last three. Despite the 570 yards put up their last win vs. Arizona. Stanford Head Coach David Shaw still views the Cardinal as a running team. Halfback Christian McCaffrey is quietly turning into one of the best in the PAC-Twelve. Barry Sanders Jr and Remound Wright can take it the distance any time they touch the football. On defense linebacker Blake Martinez is going to be responsible for containing Bruins running back Paul Perkins. Martinez is the Cardinal leading tackler in all five games this season. The key to a Stanford victory is to run the football and play tough defense.

UCLA is only 5-21 Against The Point Spread their last twenty-six College Football games in the month of October.

The Betting Odds Under the Total are 10-4 the last fourteen meetings between the teams.

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