Washington Huskies vs Arizona State Sun Devils 10/8/22 Prediction and FanDuel Sportsbook Promo
October 7, 2022
In Week 6 of the college football season, the Arizona State Sun Devils (1-4) will host the Washington Huskies (4-1) this Saturday. Last week, the Huskies suffered their first defeat of the season to the UCLA Bruins by a score of 40-32. The Sun Devils also lost last week, falling to the USC Trojans 42-25 in Week 5.
When facing UCLA, Washington recorded 345 passing yards, 71 rushing yards and four touchdown passes. The Huskies scored in all four quarters, not allowing the Bruins to score any points in the fourth quarter, but that was not enough to come back and win.
Meanwhile, Arizona State finished with 243 passing yards, 88 rushing yards and two touchdowns when facing USC, as they could not keep up with the Trojans offense.
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Why bet on the Washington Huskies?
✅ Washington has a better overall record than Arizona State at 4-1.
✅ This season, QB Michael Penix Jr. has recorded 1,733 passing yards, 25 rushing yards, 16 touchdown passes and 125 pass completions. He will bounce back nicely from last week's setback here.
✅ Washington is superior to Arizona State on offense and defense, ranking 7th and 43rd in the country, respectively.
|Teams||Washington Huskies vs Arizona State Sun Devils|
|When||Saturday, October 8, at 4:00 p.m. ET|
|Venue||Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, AZ|
|Betting Pick||Washington Huskies | Spread @ -13.5 (-115)|
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Washington Huskies vs Arizona State Sun Devils
The Huskies' offense is currently No. 7 in college football. The offense's passing and rushing yards per game sit at 364.0 and 142.6, respectively. The team is scoring 41.6 points per game behind the standout play of Michael Penix Jr.
The Huskies' defense ranks 43rd in the nation in total defense. The team allows 233.4 passing and 108.0 rushing yards per game while allowing 23.20 points per game. Safety Alex Cook leads the defense with 33 tackles, while lineman Bralen Trice will look to cause problems for the Sun Devils o-line and add to his 4.5 sacks.
Three Washington players will miss this upcoming game, including DL Armon Parker (undisclosed reason), LB Edefuan Ulofoshio (arm injury) and safety Vincent Nunley (leg injury).
Arizona State Sun Devils
Arizona State's offense is now in the 104th spot in college football in total offense. Their offense now averages 212.2 passing and 132.4 rushing yards per game. The team averages 23.2 points per game.
The Sun Devils' defense ranks slightly higher than its offense, at No. 88 in total defense. Their defense allows an average of 225.2 passing, 173.4 rushing yards and 28.60 points per game. Kyle Soelle leads Arizona State's defense with 61 tackles. Meanwhile, Timarcus Davis and Soelle have recorded two interceptions each and will need to be at their best to pick off Penix on Saturday.
Several Arizona State players will miss the upcoming game against Washington, including RB Deonce Elliott (undisclosed reason), TE Jacob Newell (leg injury), OL Joey Ramos (lower leg injury) and DE Michael Matus (knee injury).