College Picks Pro Handicappers: Arizona vs. Washington Odds Senior Sports Handicapper Matt Rivers has a sports betting pick Saturday is on the Arizona Wildcats (+4) Washington.

Reasoning: Washington has certainly been better than most expected in the post Jake Locker era but after getting absolutely demolished last week in Palo Alto by Andrew Luck and Stanford I can see a little bit of that early swagger go away. Don’t get me wrong the Huskies have some players and will put up points but the bottom line is that Arizona is the superior team and with the season starting over for them after the Mike Stoops firing I can see the talented Wildcats win a second straight. Things are looking pretty for Arizona cats

Arizona embarrassed UCLA on that Thursday night game a few weeks back and is a team that was a victim to a ridiculous early season schedule. Playing the likes of Oklahoma State, Oregon, Stanford and USC created a negative snowball effect that just could not be stopped until things changed and those changes came in the firing of Stoops and the subsequent off week. A better feeling among the players emerged and we saw that in the blowout victory over the Bruins.

The ‘Cats boast a great quarterback in Nick Foles and a great wide receiver in Juron Criner. I am not just throwing around praise for no reason as both are truly great. Then at the running back position there’s a guy in Keola Antonin who is extremely capable even if the running game was doing very little before that last game.

Price and Polk are dangerous and will put up some points for the home Huskies. But I love what is finally going on in Tucson and that will translate today in a second straight Arizona victory.

Top expert pick on this game: Arizona

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About the Author

Matt Rivers has been a champion handicapper for years at a previous outlet and left for a new challenge once again proving he is the best in the business, bar none. Matt received a Bachelor of Arts from a top 20 college, Emory University in Atlanta, and has worked at two major television networks covering both pro and college sports. A thorough knowledge of the sports world combined with personal gambling experience along with years of professional handicapping has helped mold Mr. Rivers into the rock solid consistent winner that he is today.

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