In a Pac-12 game on Saturday at Folsom Field in Boulder, Colorado, reigning Heisman Trophy winner Caleb Williams and the No. 8 USC Football Team will take on coach Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffaloes. Williams, a 6-foot-1 junior from Washington, D.C., is the national leader in a number of passing statistics despite only having played 12 quarters of football. Williams has the USC Football Team unbeaten and in the running for a position in the College Football Playoffs (4-0, 2-0 in Pac-12). The Buffaloes, however, have already treble their victory total from the previous year (3-1, 0-1).

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The game will begin at 12:00 ET. According to the most recent USC vs. Colorado odds from SportsLine consensus, the Trojans are 21.5-point favorites, and 73 total points are the over/under. See the college football predictions and betting tips from SportsLine’s tested computer model before making any choices for Colorado vs. USC.

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The model has now unveiled its choices and predictions for the match between USC Football Team and Colorado Football Team. To view the model’s CFB predictions, go to SportsLine right away. Here are some predictions and statistics regarding the Colorado-USC college football game.

USC Football Team ability to pay

The matchup between Caleb Williams and company and the Colorado Football Team pass defense is favorable. Williams helps the USC Football Team (Trojans) passing offense, which is third in the nation (377.2 yards per contest). They’ll be up against a Buffaloes defense that ranks 111st in the nation by allowing 269.2 passing yards per game. The previous week, Oregon pounded Colorado for 217 passing yards and three scores in only the first half.

The Buffaloes have also struggled this season to protect the quarterback. Colorado has allowed 5.75 sacks per game this year, thanks to an offensive line that includes many transfers and a true freshman. Only Old Dominion (6.50) has more among the 130 FBS programs than that. Choose your team by seeing this.

Colorado’s ability to cover

One of the best passing attacks in the nation belongs to the Buffaloes. Colorado ranked seventh in the country in passing yards per game (353.2), led by quarterback Shedeur Sanders. Sanders, who is seventh in the nation with a completion percentage of 76.9%, has been the attack’s driving force.

The Buffaloes have also done a great job this season of dominating the turnover fight. Colorado has forced a total of 11 turnovers this season and is tied for seventh in the nation with seven interceptions of throws. They are fourth in the country for turnover margin (+1.75 turnovers per game). Choose your team by seeing this.

How to choose your Colorado over USC Football Team bets

The teams are expected to score a total of 68 points in total, according to SportsLine’s model, which is leaning Under. The model also indicates that in well over 50% of simulations, one side of the spread hits. The model’s predictions are available at SportsLine.

USC Football

For the 2023 season, NCAA college football is returned, and Week 5 alone will feature almost 90 games. One of those must-see sports events? The No. 8 USC versus Colorado matchup this afternoon. Due to the team’s losing skid against the Oregon Ducks in Week 4, all eyes will be on the Buffs at this weekend’s Big Noon Kickoff. Are you prepared to see the match between the Trojans and the Buffs? Here is all the information you want on how to watch the USC vs. Colorado game as well as the remaining Week 5 schedule for the 2023 NCAA college football season.


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