Stanford vs UCLA Prediction, Odds & Best Prop Bets – NCAAF, Week 9

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The Stanford Cardinal (3-5) visit Rose Bowl to take on the UCLA Bruins (7-1) on Oct. 29. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:00pm EDT in Pasadena.

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The Over/Under for Stanford vs. UCLA is total points.

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Stanford vs. UCLA Odds, Spread, Over/Under for Week 9

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Stanford vs UCLA Prediction for Week 9

Based on recent trends, the winning team model predicts UCLA will win this game with 72.1% confidence.

Stanford vs UCLA Spread Prediction for Week 9

Based on recent against-the-spread trends, the model predicts UCLA will cover the spread with 64.2% confidence.

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


Best Stanford Player Prop Bets Today

We’ve highlighted some favorite college football player prop bets for Stanford players for Week 9, looking at profitable historical betting trends:

  • player high – away 

Best UCLA Player Prop Best Bets Today

Top NCAAF player prop bets for UCLA players for Week 9, looking at profitable historical betting trends:

  • player  high – home
  • team high – away
  • team high – home

Stanford Against the Spread (ATS) Record

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

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

UCLA Against the Spread (ATS) Record

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

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

Stanford: Keys to the Game vs. UCLA

Stanford is 1-8 (.111) when allowing 5 or more explosive passes — 4th-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .464

Stanford is 2-13 (.133) when allowing 7 or more explosive plays — tied for 13th-worst in FBS; Average: .400

Stanford is 1-8 (.100) when throwing at least 1 interception since the 2020 season– tied for 5th-worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: .319

Stanford is 1-8 (.111) when allowing 5 or more explosive passes — tied for 9th-worst in FBS; Average: .439

UCLA: Keys to the Game vs. Stanford

#9 UCLA is 13-1 (.929) when allowing less than 5 yards per rush — 5th-best in FBS; Average: .590

#9 UCLA is undefeated (8-0) when making 5 or more explosive passes in a game — 4th-best among Power 5 Teams; Average: .398

#9 UCLA is 9-2 (.818) when allowing less than 50% of third down conversion opportunities — tied for 13th-best in FBS; Average: .562

#9 UCLA is 7-1 (.875) when allowing less than 50% of third down conversion opportunities — 5th-best among Power 5 Teams; Average: .564

Matchup Notes for Stanford vs. UCLA

UCLA’s WRs has gained 2,600 yards on 209 receptions (just 12.4 YPR) since the 2021 season — tied for fourth-worst among Pac-12 WRs. Arizona State’s defense has allowed just 10.9 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — third-best among Pac-12 defenses.

UCLA’s TEs has gained 983 yards on 65 receptions (15.1 YPR) since the 2021 season — second-best among Pac-12 TEs. Arizona State’s defense has allowed just 10.9 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — third-best among Pac-12 defenses.

UCLA’s WRs has gained 1,265 yards on 107 receptions (just 11.8 YPR) this season — second-worst among Pac-12 WRs. Arizona State’s defense has allowed just 10.7 Yards Per Reception this season — second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

Stanford has gained 1,754 yards on 159 receptions (just 11.0 YPR) this season — tied for second-worst among Pac-12 skill players. Washington State’s defense has allowed just 10.9 Yards Per Reception this season — tied for fourth-best among Pac-12 defenses.

Stanford’s WRs has gained 2,584 yards on 217 receptions (just 11.9 YPR) since the 2021 season — worst among Pac-12 WRs. Washington State’s defense has allowed just 10.8 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

Stanford’s WRs has gained 1,188 yards on 94 receptions (just 12.6 YPR) this season — tied for fourth-worst among Pac-12 WRs. Washington State’s defense has allowed just 10.9 Yards Per Reception this season — tied for fourth-best among Pac-12 defenses.

Stanford Offensive Stats & Trends

Stanford has gained 1,754 yards on 159 receptions (just 11.0 YPR) this season — tied for second-worst among Pac-12 skill players. Washington State’s defense has allowed just 10.9 Yards Per Reception this season — tied for fourth-best among Pac-12 defenses.

Stanford’s WRs has gained 2,584 yards on 217 receptions (just 11.9 YPR) since the 2021 season — worst among Pac-12 WRs. Washington State’s defense has allowed just 10.8 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

Stanford TEs have no touchdowns on 18 receptions this season– tied for 2nd worst Receptions Per TD among Power 5 Teams; Average: 10.0

Stanford RBs have fumbled 6 times this season– tied for most among FBS Teams

Stanford’s WRs has gained 1,188 yards on 94 receptions (just 12.6 YPR) this season — tied for fourth-worst among Pac-12 WRs. Washington State’s defense has allowed just 10.9 Yards Per Reception this season — tied for fourth-best among Pac-12 defenses.

UCLA Offensive Stats & Trends

#9 UCLA RBs have averaged 17.2 yards from scrimmage per touch (223 yards / 13 touches) on 3rd and long since last season– best among FBS Teams; Average: 7.4

UCLA’s WRs has gained 2,600 yards on 209 receptions (just 12.4 YPR) since the 2021 season — tied for fourth-worst among Pac-12 WRs. Arizona State’s defense has allowed just 10.9 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — third-best among Pac-12 defenses.

UCLA’s TEs has gained 983 yards on 65 receptions (15.1 YPR) since the 2021 season — second-best among Pac-12 TEs. Arizona State’s defense has allowed just 10.9 Yards Per Reception since the 2021 season — third-best among Pac-12 defenses.

#9 UCLA Punters have placed 0% of punts inside the 20 (0/1) since last season– worst among FBS Teams; Average: 33%

UCLA’s WRs has gained 1,265 yards on 107 receptions (just 11.8 YPR) this season — second-worst among Pac-12 WRs. Arizona State’s defense has allowed just 10.7 Yards Per Reception this season — second-best among Pac-12 defenses.

Stanford Cardinal Defensive Stats & Trends

Stanford has allowed passes of 20+ yards on just 1 of 66 attempts (1%) on 3rd and long since last season– worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: 9%

Stanford has allowed a passer rating of 177.6 in close and late situations (39.0 Pass Attempts) since last season– 2nd worst in FBS; Average: 125.5

Stanford has allowed a passer rating of 177.6 in close and late situations (39.0 Pass Attempts) since last season– worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: 125.3

Stanford has allowed 225.1 rushing yards per game (3,826/17) since last season– worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: 145.4

Stanford has allowed rushes of 10 or more yards on 12 of 36 carries (33%) on 3rd and long since last season– 2nd worst in FBS; Average: 17%

UCLA Bruins Defensive Stats & Trends

#9 UCLA has sacked opposing QBs just once on 66 pass attempts in the Red Zone since last season– 3rd worst among Power 5 Teams; Average: 16.2

#9 UCLA’s opponents has attempted two-point conversions on 23% of PATs this season– 2nd highest among Power 5 Teams; Average: 6%

#9 UCLA’s opponents has attempted two-point conversions on 23% of PATs this season– 4th highest in FBS; Average: 6%

#9 UCLA has allowed a Completion Pct of 75% (9 completions/12 attempts) in the Red Zone this season– tied for 4th worst in FBS; Average: 53%

#9 UCLA’s opponents has attempted two-point conversions on 12% of PATs since last season– 4th highest in FBS; Average: 4%


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