Spread on the USC vs. Washington Game

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Don Shapiro
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The USC vs. Washington game was coming in at Huskies -10.5.  This line has moved up from -9.  Action on the spread was better 70% on the Huskies.

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TV: 3:30 p.m. ET, FOX. LINE: Washington -10

ABOUT USC (3-1, 2-0 Pac-12): With Slovis still not medically cleared to play, Fink was the only scholarship quarterback to practice Tuesday and is backed up by junior walk-on Brandon Perdue, a transfer from New Mexico Military Institute, with wide receiver Tyler Vaughns, who threw a touchdown pass last season, the emergency option. The Trojans have one of the nation's top wide receiving corps led by Vaughns, who ranks in the top 25 nationally in receptions (27) and receiving yards (370), senior Michael Pittman Jr., who had 10 catches for 232 yards and a touchdown against Utah, and sophomore Amon-Ra St. Brown (19 catches, 207 yards, 3 TDs). The defense is led by linebackers John Houston Jr. (35 tackles) and Palaie Gaoteote IV (32 tackles) and safety Talanoa Hufanga (42 tackles), the latter who began the week in concussion protocol after finishing with 14 tackles against Utah.

ABOUT WASHINGTON (3-1, 0-1): Quarterback Jacob Eason, a transfer from Georgia who was the 2016 National Gatorade Player of the Year, bounced back from a rough outing against Cal (18-of-30, 162 yards, 1 interception) to pass for three TDs against both Hawaii and BYU. "I think he's seeing it," Washington coach Chris Petersen said. "He's commanding our offense better. There's still areas that we're tightening up. It's one thing knowing on the chalkboards, it's another when looks are changing, how we're calling things, always game planning and there is a lot there on a quarterbacks plate." The Huskies could again be without starting running back Salvon Ahmed (44 carries, 246 yards, two TDs) who sat out the BYU game with a leg injury and is "week to week" according to Petersen.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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