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Washington vs. Colorado: Point Spread, Total & Prediction for Pac-12 Championship

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Washington battles Colorado for the Pac-12 Championship. (Getty)

Washington and Colorado square off in Santa Clara for the Pac-12 Championship. According to OddsShark, Washington is favored by 7.5 points.

The over-under is set at 56 points. Washington has been average this season in their performance against the spread. The Huskies are 6-6 against the spread.

Colorado is one of the best teams in the country in taking on Vegas. They have gone 10-2 against the spread this season.

The OddsShark computer projects a 43-31 Washington victory. The computer likes Washington against the spread and the over on the point total.

Football Study Hall’s S&P+ projections agree on the winner but project a closer margin of victory. S&P+ projects a 31.3-24.8 Washington victory.

Heavy likes Washington to come away with a victory but in a close contest. While the Huskies have had their fair share of blowouts, two of Washington’s biggest games ended up in close endings against USC and Utah.

Colorado’s defense will be the equalizer in the matchup and keep them in the game. Look for Washington to win the Pac-12, but Colorado is the pick against the spread.

Heavy’s Pick: Washington 27 Colorado 24. Colorado +7.5. Under on the Point Total.

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