The SportsLine Projection Model simulated college football games 10,000 times and came up with final scores and projected player statistics.
Below are the matchups for Week 10 of the Pac-12, with projected final scores and statistics. Projections are updated every 10 minutes.
Friday, Nov. 10
SportsLine Projection Model's score: Washington 26, Stanford 20
Nevada sportsbook line: Washington -5.5, O/U 50
Projected statistics: Washington QB Jake Browning throws for 216 yards with a strong likelihood of two touchdowns and one interception. Myles Gaskin rushes for 101 yards and a potential score. Stanford RB Bryce Love rushes for 110 yards and a touchdown. QB K.J. Costello throws for 135 yards
Saturday, Nov. 11
SportsLine Projection Model's score: USC 30, Colorado 21
Nevada sportsbook line: USC -13.5, O/U 60.5
Projected statistics: USC quarterback Sam Darnold tallies 279 passing yards with two touchdowns and at least one interception. RB Ronald Jones picks up 103 rushing yards and a likely touchdown. Colorado QB Steven Montez throws for 227 yards with a touchdown and two picks.
SportsLine Projection Model's score: Washington State 29, Utah 24
Nevada sportsbook line: Washington State -1, O/U 52
Projected statistics: Cougars quarterback Luke Falk is projected for 369 passing yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Tavares Martin Jr. leads a balanced receiving corps with 63 yards. Utah QB Tyler Huntley throws for 214 yards with a score and a pick, while adding 43 rushing yards. Zack Moss leads the rushing attack with 60 yards.
SportsLine Projection Model's score: Arizona State 32, UCLA 30
Nevada sportsbook line: UCLA -1, O/U 66
Projected statistics: Arizona State QB Manny Wilkins finishes with 278 passing yards, with a projection for two TDs and at least one pick. Demario Richard leads the ground game with 58 yards. UCLA backup QB Devon Modster throws for 284 yards with at least two TDs and an interception. Soso Jamabo tops a limited rushing attack with 45 yards.
SportsLine Projection Model's score: Arizona 45, Oregon State 22
Nevada sportsbook line: Arizona -23, O/U 70.5
Projected statistics: Arizona’s explosive dual-threat QB Khalil Tate throws for 248 yards with a minimum of two TDs and at least one interception. He adds 100 rushing yards with another score. J.J. Taylor adds to a balanced rushing attack with 80 yards. Oregon State QB Darell Garretson registers 185 passing yards with a score and a pick. RB Ryan Nall gains 78 yards with a likely touchdown.
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