UCLA vs. Texas Odds

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After upsetting a ranked opponent at home last week, UCLA looks to do it on the road in Week 4 as the Bruins head to No. 7 Texas.

Bet UCLA at Texas Odds

Game Preview:

These two teams have split the series history, with each winning two games.

Texas is 3-0 on the year including a 24-14 win at Texas Tech last weekend. The Longhorns are averaging 30.7 points and 359.3 yards per-game on offense while defensively, Texas averages 12.7 points and 206.7 yards per-game. The Longhorns have been led on the year by Garrett Gilbert, who has thrown for 621 yards and three touchdowns.

UCLA is 1-2 on the season after beating Houston 31-13 last weekend. The Bruins are facing a ranked opponent for the third consecutive week. UCLA is allowing an average of 26.3 points and 366.3 yards per-game while posting just 17.7 points and 303.7 yards per-game on offense. UCLA has been led by Johnathan Franklin, who has 291 yards rushing with three touchdowns.

Line Movement & Updated Odds:

Texas opened the week with point spread odds of -15.5 according to oddsmakers from online sports book SBGGLOBAL.com. The point spread moved to -16 at one point before going back down to 15.5. The over/under opened at 43 but is now at 42.5.

Make sure you check out our official odds page to get up-to-the-minute point spreads and over/under totals for each and every game in college football this week.

Game Information:

UCLA (1-2) at No. 7 Texas (3-0)

Kickoff: 3:30PM ET

TV: ABC

Location: Austin, Tex.

Venue: Texas Memorial Stadium

Opening Odds: Texas -15.5

Current Odds: Texas -15.5

Over/Under Open: 43

Over/Under Current: 42.5

Projected Weather by Game Time: Sunny

Best Trend:

UCLA is 6-1 ATS in their last 7 non-conference games

Game Injuries:

UCLA

[RB] 08/05/2010 - Milton Knox has transferred ( Personal )

[C] 08/23/2010 - Kai Maiava out indefinitely ( Ankle )

[OL] 08/19/2010 - Jeff Baca out for season ( Academics )

[OL] 08/19/2010 - Nik Abele out for season ( Neck )

[DE] 08/10/2010 - Datone Jones out indefinitely ( Foot )

[CB] 08/05/2010 - Brandon Sermons out for season ( Leg )

[OL] 07/23/2010 - Stan Hasiak out for season ( Academics )

[RB] 09/21/2010 - Derrick Coleman is upgraded to probable Saturday vs. Texas ( Head )

TEXAS

[DB] 09/21/2010 - Tre' Newton is upgraded to probable Saturday vs. UCLA ( Hip )

[RB] 09/14/2010 - Vondrell McGee out for season ( Eligibility )

[WR] 09/22/2010 - John Chiles probable Saturday vs. UCLA ( Groin )

[TE] 08/23/2010 - Trey Graham out for season ( Knee )

[QB] 08/10/2010 - Sherrod Harris has left team ( None )

[RB] 09/21/2010 - Cody Johnson probable Saturday vs. UCLA ( Ankle )

[WR] 08/17/2010 - Gregory Timmions out indefinitely ( Neck )

[TE] 08/17/2010 - Blaine Irby out indefinitely ( Knee )

[OG] 09/07/2010 - Tray Allen will redshirt ( Foot )

Public Betting Information:

Current public betting information shows that 84% of the public bets are going on Texas minus the points.

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