USC vs. Utah Free Pick

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SALT LAKE CITY, UT (ATS Consultants) – Utah hosts No. 13 USC on Thursday night at 9PM ET on ESPN, live from Rice-Eccles Stadium.

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Utah is 2-2 on the season and 2-0 at home while USC is 3-1 overall and 1-1 on the road. The Trojans and the Utes both come into this game at 1-3 against the spread. Utah has covered the spread in two of its three meetings with USC.

Odds: The oddsmakers at Bovada.lv have USC as the clear favorite on the road in this game, as the Trojans are getting odds of -14 points at Utah. The over/under total has been set at 48 points.
Line Movement: Opening odds had USC as a 13-point favorite. The spread reached its peak at its current state of the Trojans -14 points.

Public Betting: Of the wagers that have been placed on this game, 73% are going on USC with odds of -14 points at Utah on Thursday night. Be sure to click on the public betting link to get the latest odds and betting percentages.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL FREE PICK: Utah is 4-2 ATS L6 as a home dog. Last year: USC (-8) over Utah, 23-14. Salt Lake City is a tough place to play if you haven’t spent time in the altitude along with the cooler weather (mid 50’s). The Trojans did rebound with a 27-9 home win over California after losing to Stanford, 21-14 on Sept. 15. Utah fell at Arizona State on Sept. 22, 37-17 though they did beat then-25th-ranked BYU, 24-21, on Sept. 15. Senior John White leads a solid rushing attack for the Utes, who will also need help from QB Jon Hays, who took over for injured QB Jordan Wynn. This is one of the biggest home games in the history of Utah and they’ll make this very competitive.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEK 6 FREE PICK: UTAH +14

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