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2018 PAC 12 Championship Betting Odds - Utah vs. Washington

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Nov/30/2018

The PAC 12 Championship Friday night features Washington vs. Utah with a line of -4.5 most books. 


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Team Odds
Alabama 1/2
Clemson 7/2
Notre Dame 9/1
Ohio State 10/1
Georgia 12/1
Oklahoma 16/1

The Line Move for This Game

This one opened at Washington -3.  Though the line has moved up, it's since come down off the -5.5 to as low as -4 at Pinnacle. 

Betting Trends

Washington has won five of the last six games in this series.

What to Expect With This Game

Washington coach Chris Petersen: "They just really haven't flinched, and that's what I'm proud of. I don't know how to handle this expectation thing because expectation can be the kiss of death. I think it adds pressure on those guys. I think they've worked hard."

Utah coach Kyle Whittingham: "It has been an exciting journey. Like I've said many times, when we joined the Pac-12, it was like getting a new job. Everything was different. The bar was raised in virtually every area, and coming from a Group of 5 to the Power 5 is a huge undertaking, I think bigger than most people realize. I think we did it the right way."

From ESPN.com: "Utah QB Jason Shelly vs. UW secondary. In three games since coming out of the backup role, Shelly has been good enough, but he hasn't seen a secondary nearly as good as Washington's. The Utes' worst offensive showing of the season came against the Huskies, and if they're forced to become one-dimensional, it will be especially tough to win against Washington."

This Weekend's Games

Place Bets Here

MAC championship: Northern Illinois vs. Buffalo (-3.5, 51)
PAC-12 championship: Utah vs. Washington (-5.5, 45)
Big 12 championship: Texas vs. Oklahoma (-8, 77)
Sun Belt championship: Louisiana at Appalachian State (-16.5, 58.5)
Conference USA Championship: UAB at MTSU (-1, 44.5)
AAC championship: Memphis at Central Florida (-3, 65)
SEC championship: Alabama vs. Georgia (+13.5, 63.5)
Mountain West championship: Fresno State vs. Boise State (-2.5, 53)
ACC championship: Clemson vs. Pittsburgh (+27.5, 52.5)
Big Ten championship: Northwestern vs. Ohio State (-14.5, 61)

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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