Arizona 45, UCLA 34
Cody James Martin: The Wildcats are coming off of one of the biggest wins in recent history and will be looking to become bowl eligible with their first win on the road this season. In order to do that, Arizona has to go through a UCLA team that started the season smoking hot, but has cooled off a bit as of late.
Sweeping the LA schools isn't something that Arizona has done often, but it will happen this season. Arizona is the healthiest it has been in weeks and confidence is riding high for the Wildcats. In addition, UCLA's defense is too poor not to expect massive numbers from multiple players. Arizona should win this one easily.
Arizona 49, UCLA 38
Ashley Nevel: Arizona now has the momentum it needs to take its first road win over UCLA this Saturday.
After coming back from a 15-point deficit to defeat 10th-ranked USC in a 39-36 win, the Wildcats have the energy and confidence to take on the Bruins and make it their sixth straight victory in the rivalry.
Arizona easily wins this game.
Arizona 49, UCLA 17
Michael Luke: UCLA and Arizona both have prolific offenses and shaky defenses. Brett Hundley has a very promising future but he is not in Matt Scott's league. Look for Arizona's defense to force a few key turnovers as the Wildcats are able to pull away late due to its offensive performance on Saturday.
Arizona 42, UCLA 34
Jason Scheer: I have no feeling for this game at all. This may be the toughest game of the year to predict because both teams can score and both defenses can get in a rut where they can't stop the other team.
I think game plan will play a large role because I am curious to see how each team attacks the other defensively. Arizona had a good week of practice, but it will be looking for a road win for the first time all year.
Either way, I would be surprised if there was a team that pulled away, as I see this game going down to the last minute.
Arizona 49, UCLA 42