Oklahoma vs. UCLA Spread, Betting Preview

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Don Shapiro
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The Oklahoma vs. UCLA spread had the Sooners at -22.5. Oklahoma has won 32 consecutive non-conference games against unranked opponents, although the last such setback was in 2005 versus UCLA.

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ABOUT OKLAHOMA (2-0): CeeDee Lamb erupted for 144 yards and a touchdown on six receptions in the first half alone last week, becoming only the ninth receiver in school history with at least 20 career receiving scores; he needs one more TD to tie Dede Westbrook and Malcolm Kelly for seventh place on the school's all-time list. Junior college transfer Rhamondre Stevenson led four Sooners with at least 47 yards rushing versus the Coyotes, including a 75-yard TD scamper en route to 104 yards on the ground. Sophomore defensive back Brendan Radley-Hiles had his hand in both of Oklahoma's first two takeaways of the season and was named Big 12 Player of the Week as a result, recovering a second-quarter fumble and returning a third-quarter interception 30 yards for a touchdown.

ABOUT UCLA (0-2): One significant improvement from the Bruins' opener was the accuracy of Dorian Thompson-Robinson, who completed 68.6 percent of his passes versus the Aztecs after he finished 8-for-26 in his season debut. The sophomore quarterback has been unable to be the running threat that is typically a hallmark of Kelly's offenses, however, contributing to the Bruins' inability to rush for over 100 yards in three straight games dating back to last season. Injuries have contributed to the poor start for UCLA, which got back Joshua Kelley (1,243 yards rushing in 2018) last week after he missed the opener due to a preseason knee issue but still has yet to play top returning receiver Theo Howard (51 catches, 677 yards last year), who is recovering from a hand/wrist ailment.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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