It was only a few weeks ago that Jalen Hurts won the number-one spot from camp. Jalen has nothing to be questioned concerning that choice.
Called the pioneer of the country’s top offense, if the fourth-ranked Sooners visit winless UCLA, Hurts tries to continue his beginning.
Oklahoma piled up over 300 yards rushing (310) and passing (423) for the second time in as many games this season – and also the first time in the previous nine contests overall – in last weekend’s 70-14 rout of FCS foe South Dakota, rolling up 733 metres from the procedure.
Hurts has played a huge part in that production, since he contributes FBS in passing efficiency (252.3) and is the only player in the nation with more than 500 yards passing (591) along with 200 yards rushing (223).
Even though Oklahoma is setting the rate nationally on crime, the Bruins are bringing up the rear, position 119th in scoring (14 points per game) and 127th in total offense (239.5 yards).
UCLA dropped to 0-2 for the second time in as many years under coach Chip Kelly, following a 24-14 defeat in its season opener last weekend.
Oklahoma (2-0): CeeDee Lamb is arguably currently one of the most dominant receivers at the NCAA. He went for 144 yards and a touchdown on six receptions in the first half becoming the receiver in school history with 20 livelihood getting scores.
He wants one TD to tie Malcolm Kelly and Dede Westbrook for seventh place on the all-time list of the school. J.C. transfer Rhamondre Stevenson directed four Sooners with 47 yards rushing versus the Coyotes, including a 75-yard TD scamper en route to 104 yards on the floor.
Brendan Radley-Hiles played in both of the first two takeaways of Oklahoma of the season and has been named Big 12 Player of the Week recovering a fumble that was second-quarter and coming a third-quarter interception 30 yards for a touchdown.
UCLA (0-2): One important improvement from the Bruins’ opener has been the accuracy of Dorian Thompson-Robinson, who completed 68.6 percent of his moves versus the Aztecs later he completed 8-for-26 in his season debut.
The quarterback has been unable to be the threat that’s typically a hallmark of Kelly’s crimes, however, contributing to the Bruins’ inability to rush for over 100 yards in three straight matches dating back to last year.
Injuries have led to the poor beginning for UCLA, which got back Joshua Kelley (1,243 yards rushing in 2018) a week after he missed the opener because of a preseason knee issue but still has to perform top returning receiver Theo Howard (51 catches, 677 metres annually ), who’s recovering from a hand/wrist disease.
After breaking this game down from every angle I believe that the under is your drama. Oklahoma protection is a whole good deal better compared to the historically bad unit they put out last year couple this with a poor UCLA crime and an athletic UCLA defense I am rolling with the under here.
The Pick: Under 73.5 at BetOnline

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