Arizona vs. Stanford: Wildcats 10 Point Underdog To Cardinal

With the start of Pac-12 play at home for the Arizona Wildcats this season, they will certainly have their hands full at Arizona Stadium with the No. 6 Stanford Cardinal in town this Saturday. The 'Cats are coming off a disheartening loss to No. 8 Oklahoma State last week, but will look to bounce back in a big way with an upset against Heisman hopeful Andrew Luck and the rest of the Stanford squad. 

According to OddShark.com Stanford is a 10 point favorite this time around, with an over under of 110; so they're obviously expecting some offense in this matchup. Bodog has the same spread, while Bet Online went with 9.5, and Top Bet 10.5. You have a few options to bet on, but not much variation to play with, so make you decisions wisely (and responsibly of course). 

The question will be how much Arizona can get out of their running game, because if they can move the chains on the ground it will only open up more opportunities for Nick Foles and the passing game. Should prove to be a high octane meeting of these Pac-12 rivals out in Tucson. 

Kickoff is set for 8:45 pm MT with coverage on ESPN and ESPN 3. 

For more on the Wildcats, head on over to Arizona Desert Swarm. For the Cardinal's perpective, check out Rule of Tree. 

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