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UCLA vs. California prediction, odds, line, spread: 2022 college football picks, Week 13 best bets

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The No. 18 UCLA Bruins look to close out a successful regular season on a winning note as they travel to the Bay Area to take on Pac-12 conference foe, the California Golden Bears on Friday afternoon. UCLA, 8-3, fell to No. 6 USC 48-45 at the Rose Bowl last Saturday, while Cal, 4-7, defeated rival Stanford at home, 27-20. The Bruins dominated this matchup in 2021, 42-14 in Pasadena. UCLA is 6-4 against the spread, while California is 5-5 ATS in 2022.

Kickoff is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. ET at Memorial Stadium in Berkeley. The Bruins are favored by 10 points in the latest UCLA vs. California odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the over/under is set at 61. Before entering any California vs. UCLA picks, you’ll want to see the college football predictions and betting advice from the model at SportsLine.

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Now, the model has set its sights on UCLA vs. California and just locked in its picks and CFB predictions. You can head to SportsLine now to see the model’s picks. Here are several college football odds and betting lines for UCLA vs. California:

  • UCLA vs. California spread: UCLA -10
  • UCLA vs. California over/under: 61 points
  • UCLA vs. California money line: UCLA -365, California +285
  • UCLA vs. California picks: See picks here

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