Arizona vs Washington Prediction, Odds & Best Prop Bets – NCAAF, Week 7

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The Arizona Wildcats (3-4) visit Alaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium to take on the Washington Huskies (5-2) on Oct. 15. Kickoff is scheduled for 5:30pm EDT in Seattle.

are betting favorites in Week 7, with the spread sitting at ().

The Over/Under for Arizona vs. Washington is total points.

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Arizona vs. Washington Odds, Spread, Over/Under for Week 7

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Arizona vs Washington Prediction for Week 7

Based on recent trends, the winning team model predicts Washington will win this game with 76.3% confidence.

Arizona vs Washington Spread Prediction for Week 7

Based on recent against-the-spread trends, the model predicts Washington will cover the spread with 50.5% confidence.

Both predictions factor in up-to-date player injuries for both Arizona and Washington, plus offensive & defensive matchups, recent games and key player performances this season.


Best Arizona Player Prop Bets Today

We’ve highlighted some favorite college football player prop bets for Arizona players for Week 7, looking at profitable historical betting trends:

  • Jayden de Laura has hit the Passing Yards Over in 4 of his last 5 away games (+2.80 Units / 47% ROI)
  • Best Washington Player Prop Best Bets Today

    Top NCAAF player prop bets for Washington players for Week 7, looking at profitable historical betting trends:

  • Wayne Taulapapa has hit the Rushing Yards Under in his last 5 games (+5.00 Units / 81% ROI)
  • Rome Odunze has hit the Receiving Yards Over in 5 of his last 6 games (+3.80 Units / 53% ROI)
  • Michael Penix Jr. has hit the TD Passes Over in his last 3 games (+3.65 Units / 96% ROI)
  • Jalen McMillan has hit the Receiving Yards Under in his last 3 games (+3.00 Units / 83% ROI)
  • Michael Penix Jr. has hit the Passing Yards Over in his last 3 games at home (+3.00 Units / 83% ROI)
  • Dylan Morris has hit the TD Passes Under in 2 of his last 3 games (+2.00 Units / 34% ROI)
  • Arizona has hit the 1Q Moneyline in 5 of their last 11 games (+4.45 Units / 31% ROI)
  • Arizona has hit the Game Total Over in 4 of their last 5 away games (+4.00 Units / 73% ROI)
  • Arizona has hit the 1H Game Total Over in 6 of their last 8 games (+3.85 Units / 44% ROI)
  • Arizona have covered the 1H Spread in 9 of their last 14 games (+3.50 Units / 23% ROI)
  • Arizona has hit the Team Total Under in 10 of their last 17 games (+2.20 Units / 12% ROI)
  • Washington has hit the Game Total Over in 6 of their last 7 games (+6.00 Units / 78% ROI)
  • Washington has hit the 1Q Moneyline in 5 of their last 6 games at home (+4.86 Units / 42% ROI)
  • Washington have covered the 1H Spread in 7 of their last 9 games at home (+4.75 Units / 47% ROI)
  • Washington has hit the 1H Game Total Under in 11 of their last 17 games (+4.35 Units / 23% ROI)
  • Washington have covered the Spread in their last 4 games at home (+4.00 Units / 91% ROI)
  • Arizona Against the Spread (ATS) Record

    Arizona has gone against the spread this college football season ( Units / ROI).

    • Arizona is when betting on the Moneyline for Units / ROI
    • Arizona is when betting the Over for Units / ROI
    • Arizona is when betting the Under for Units / ROI

    Washington Against the Spread (ATS) Record

    Washington has gone against the spread this college football season ( Units / ROI).

    • Washington is when betting on the Moneyline for Units / ROI
    • Washington is when betting the Over for Units / ROI
    • Washington is when betting the Under for Units / ROI

    Arizona: Keys to the Game vs. Washington

    Arizona is winless (0-14) when allowing an average of more than 5 yards on first down plays since the 2020 season– tied for worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .428

    Arizona is winless (0-14) when allowing 7 or more explosive plays since the 2020 season– tied for worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .408

    Arizona is 1-10 (.091) when the opposing team converts 55% or more of its red zone chances into touchdowns — tied for 3rd-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .435

    Arizona is winless (0-10) when allowing an average of more than 5 yards on first down plays — tied for worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .427

    Washington: Keys to the Game vs. Arizona

    #21 Washington is winless (0-5) when having a turnover margin within one of the opposing team — tied for worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .498

    #21 Washington is 2-8 (.200) when the opposing team rushes more than 30 times — 10th-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .420

    #21 Washington is 2-6 (.250) when having a turnover margin within one of the opposing team since the 2020 season– tied for 8th-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .499

    #21 Washington is 4-1 (.667) when not throwing an interception — tied for 6th-best among Power 5 Teams; Average: .462

    Matchup Notes for Arizona vs. Washington

    Washington’s WRs has gained 1,421 yards on 101 receptions (14.1 YPR) this season — third-best among Pac-12 WRs. Arizona’s defense has allowed just 10.3 Yards Per Reception this season — tied for second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Washington has gained 1,820 yards on 142 receptions (12.8 YPR) this season — third-best among Pac-12 skill players. Arizona’s defense has allowed just 10.3 Yards Per Reception this season — tied for second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Washington’s WRs has gained 3,272 yards on 246 receptions (13.3 YPR) since the 2021 season — third-best among Pac-12 WRs. Arizona’s defense has allowed 12.6 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — worst among Pac-12 defenses.

    Arizona’s WRs has gained 3,246 yards on 272 receptions (just 11.9 YPR) since the 2021 season — tied for second-worst among Pac-12 WRs. Washington’s defense has allowed just 9.8 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — tied for best among FBS defenses.

    Arizona has gained 4,261 yards on 396 receptions (just 10.8 YPR) since the 2021 season — second-worst among Pac-12 skill players. Washington’s defense has allowed just 9.8 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Arizona has gained 4,261 yards on 396 receptions (just 10.8 YPR) since the 2021 season — second-worst among Pac-12 skill players. Washington’s defense has allowed just 9.8 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — tied for best among P5 defenses.

    Arizona Offensive Stats & Trends

    Arizona’s WRs has gained 3,246 yards on 272 receptions (just 11.9 YPR) since the 2021 season — tied for second-worst among Pac-12 WRs. Washington’s defense has allowed just 9.8 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — tied for best among FBS defenses.

    Arizona has gained 4,261 yards on 396 receptions (just 10.8 YPR) since the 2021 season — second-worst among Pac-12 skill players. Washington’s defense has allowed just 9.8 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Arizona has gained 4,261 yards on 396 receptions (just 10.8 YPR) since the 2021 season — second-worst among Pac-12 skill players. Washington’s defense has allowed just 9.8 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — tied for best among P5 defenses.

    Arizona’s TEs has 34 receptions in 17 games (just 2.0 per game) since the 2021 season — second-worst among Pac-12 TEs. Washington’s defense has allowed just 17.1 receptions per game since the 2021 season — second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Arizona have gone for two on 15% of PATs since last season– highest among FBS Offenses; Average: 4%

    Washington Offensive Stats & Trends

    Washington’s WRs has gained 1,421 yards on 101 receptions (14.1 YPR) this season — third-best among Pac-12 WRs. Arizona’s defense has allowed just 10.3 Yards Per Reception this season — tied for second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Washington has gained 1,820 yards on 142 receptions (12.8 YPR) this season — third-best among Pac-12 skill players. Arizona’s defense has allowed just 10.3 Yards Per Reception this season — tied for second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Washington’s WRs has gained 3,272 yards on 246 receptions (13.3 YPR) since the 2021 season — third-best among Pac-12 WRs. Arizona’s defense has allowed 12.6 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — worst among Pac-12 defenses.

    Washington’s offense has thrown for 1,835 passing yards in 5 games (367.0 YPG) this season — second-best among FBS offenses. Arizona’s defense has allowed just 202.2 passing yards per game this season — second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

    Washington’s TEs has 76 receptions in 17 games (4.5 per game) since the 2021 season — second-best among Pac-12 TEs. Arizona’s defense has allowed just 15.2 receptions per game since the 2021 season — second-best among P5 defenses.

    Arizona Wildcats Defensive Stats & Trends

    Arizona has allowed 8 first down receptions in the Red Zone this season– most in FBS

    Arizona has allowed 8 first down receptions in the Red Zone this season– most among Power 5 Teams

    Arizona has allowed first downs on 42% of pass attempts in the Red Zone since last season– worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: 21%

    Arizona has allowed 21 first down receptions in the Red Zone since last season– 3rd most among Power 5 Teams

    Arizona has allowed 21 first down receptions in the Red Zone since last season– 3rd most in FBS

    Washington Huskies Defensive Stats & Trends

    #21 Washington’s opponents has attempted two-point conversions on 29% of PATs this season– 3rd highest in FBS; Average: 6%

    #21 Washington has allowed just 10.3 yards per completion (2,782 yards/269 completions) since last season– best in FBS; Average: 12.7

    #21 Washington has allowed just 10.3 yards per completion (2,782 yards/269 completions) since last season– best among Power 5 Teams; Average: 12.3

    #21 Washington has allowed passes of 40+ yards on just 2 of 439 attempts (1%) since last season– best among Power 5 Teams; Average: 2%

    #21 Washington has allowed 116.2 yards from scrimmage per game to WRs since last season– best among Power 5 Teams; Average: 163.5


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