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Saturday 5* FREE CFB O/U Play

Saturday 5* FREE CFB O/U Play

Stanford vs. USC, 09/07/2019 22:30 EDT, Score: 20 - 45

Total: -110/+43 Under

Sportsbook: Betonline

Result: Loss

UNDER 43

In case you live under a rock this matchup is going to feature back up QB’s. The Cardinal and Trojans both endured some back luck in Week 1 as their prized starting QBs went down with injuries. For USC QB JT Daniels is out for the season with a torn ACL which gives the ball to true freshman Kedon Slovis.

On the other side, Stanford's KJ Costello went down with a head injury in the 2nd quarter against Northwestern, there was some hope that he might make it back this week, but he has since been ruled out. So we will see Junior Davis Mills making his first career start. Despite the high school hype, the 6-foot-4, 214-pounder has played in just two games during his Stanford career.

I’m predicting we won’t see much poise or accuracy out of either of these two QB’s on Saturday night and that leaves the game in the hands of the running backs and the defenses. That equation will equal a lower scoring game. Expect to see a ton of mistakes on the field, in what could be an ugly game to watch.

A couple trends of note… The Under is 5-1 in Trojans last 6 games following a straight up win. AND The Under is 11-5 in Cardinal last 16 games following a straight up win.

Back the Under.

Good Luck, Razor Ray.

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