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The Arizona Wildcats will attempt to even their Pac-12 record on Saturday when they go on the road to face UCLA.
Coming off their 39-36 upset victory against then-No. 9 USC, the Arizona Wildcats will attempt to win their third straight game when they face UCLA on Saturday.
The Wildcats are now 2-3 in conference play after back-to-back wins. Arizona trails three teams in the Pac-12 South race, but could get back into contention with a victory against UCLA. The Wildcats trail USC, UCLA and Arizona State, but both ASU and USC face teams ranked in the top 11 this weekend.
Arizona has one of the best passing offenses in the country, ranking fourth among FBS teams with 354.4 passing yards per game. Matt Scott has thrown for 2,724 yards and 20 touchdowns this season, including 10 in his last three games. While the Wildcats have a potent passing attack, Ka'Deem Carey leads Arizona on the ground. Carey has rushed for 961 yards and 12 touchdowns this season.
Defensively, the Wildcats will try to stop a strong UCLA rushing attack led by Johnathan Franklin. Franklin has rushed for 1,042 yards on the season and is coming off a 164-yard performance against ASU. Franklin has topped 100 yards in six of UCLA's eight games this season.
Arizona has dominated the series with UCLA recently, winning its last five games against the Bruins.
Game time, TV channel: 10:30 p.m. ET, Pac-12 Network
Online streaming video: The game can be streamed on the Pac-12 official site.
Point spread: UCLA favored by three points
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