Washington Huskies vs Ohio State Buckeyes Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual NCAA College Football Free Betting Now, New Predictions, Picks


Washington Huskies
Washington Huskies
10-3
5:00 pm ET, Tuesday, January 1, 2019
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California
Ohio State Buckeyes
Ohio State Buckeyes
12-1
TV: 5 p.m. ET, ESPN.
Washington Huskies vs Ohio State Buckeyes Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual NCAA College Football Free Betting Now, New Predictions, Picks

Washington Huskies vs Ohio State Buckeyes Betting Live Odd

Time Gm# Team Opener BookMaker BetDSI TopBet Intertops
01/01
5:00p
275
276
Washington U
Ohio State
58½
5
55
7-115
54½o-115
6-105
54½
6
55
6

Washington Huskies vs Ohio State Buckeyes Match Preview and Free Picks

Urban Meyer gets to stalk the sidelines at the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day in his final game as coach for fifth-ranked Ohio State, which faces No. 9 Washington in the 105th edition of the game in Pasadena, Calif. Meyer announced he is stepping down as coach after the contest, primarily because of stress-related headaches stemming from a cyst on his brain. Offensive coordinator Ryan Day will be the replacement for Meyer, who has an 82-9 record and won the 2014 national title during seven seasons at the school.

The matchup between the Buckeyes and Huskies marks the first time the Big Ten champion (Ohio State) and Pac-12 champ (Washington) have met in the Rose Bowl since the College Football Playoff began in 2014. Both schools are making their 15th Rose Bowl appearances but have never previously met in Pasadena. "We ended up right where we hoped to be, facing an awesome team in a big-time game that has so much history with this school and this program," Washington coach Chris Petersen said during a press conference. "We couldn't be more excited about going down there. It couldn't be more awesome for our fans and where we recruit and those types of things."

Ohio State wins games with a flashy offense behind sophomore quarterback Dwayne Haskins Jr. while the Huskies are happy to lean on a strong defense led by senior linebacker Ben Burr-Kirven, the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year. Haskins, who finished third in the Heisman Trophy balloting, set school records of 4,580 yards and 47 touchdown passes as the Buckeyes scored 40 or more points on eight occasions while averaging 43.5 points per game. Burr-Kirven has racked up 165 tackles and forced four fumbles for a defense that allowed 15 or fewer points seven times while allowing 15.5 points per game.

The Washington Huskies and the Ohio State Buckeyes will both be gunning for a victory on Tuesday when they meet at Rose Bowl.

Washington Huskies vs Ohio State Buckeyes Key Players Betting Report

Washington Huskies: Senior quarterback Jake Browning is the school's all-time leader in career passing yardage (11,983) and touchdown passes (94) but he battled consistency issues while passing for 2,879 yards and 16 touchdowns against 10 interceptions this season. Senior running back Myles Gaskin is the program's all-time leader with 5,202 rushing yards and his 1,147 yards this season marked his fourth straight 1,000-yard campaign. Burr-Kirven, an All-American, gets help on the defensive side from sophomore cornerback Byron Murphy (four interceptions) and junior safety Taylor Rupp (two interceptions, five sacks).

Ohio State Buckeyes: Haskins completed 70.2 percent of his passes in his first season as a starter and his top target, wideout Parris Campbell (79 catches, 11 touchdowns), is eight receiving yards away from a 1,000-yard campaign. Sophomore back J.K. Dobbins (1,029 yards, nine touchdowns) and junior Mike Weber (858 yards, five scores) split the ball-carrying duties with Weber already announcing he is leaving in favor of the NFL after the Rose Bowl. Sophomore defensive end Chase Young (9.5 sacks) and junior defensive tackle Dre'Mont Jones (8.5 sacks) have enjoyed strong seasons but the leaky defense has allowed 200 points over the past six games, with one of the shaky outings being a 49-20 loss to Purdue that eventually caused Ohio State to be bypassed by the College Football Playoff committee.

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Game Lines

Match
Spread Moneyline Total
Washington U (#9) +7.0 (-105) +215 O 55.0 (-110)
Ohio State (#10) -7.0 (-115) -260 U 55.0 (-110)
DRAW - - -
First Half
Spread Moneyline Total
Washington U (#9) +3.5 (-110) +175 O 27.5 (-105)
Ohio State (#10) -3.5 (-110) -215 U 27.5 (-115)
DRAW - - -
1st Quarter
Spread Moneyline Total
Washington U (#9) +0.5 (-110) +145 O 13.5 (-110)
Ohio State (#10) -0.5 (-125) -200 U 13.5 (-125)
DRAW - - -
2nd Quarter
Spread Moneyline Total
Washington U (#9) +3.0 (-125) O 14.5 (-115)
Ohio State (#10) -3.0 (-110) U 14.5 (-115)
3rd Quarter
Spread Moneyline Total
Washington U (#9) +0.5 (-115) O 13.0 (-130)
Ohio State (#10) -0.5 (-115) U 13.0 (-105)
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Alternate Lines

Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Spread
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Points O/U - Washington U (#9)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Points O/U - Ohio State (#10)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Points O/U

Special Bets

Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Team to win the coin toss

Team Totals

Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Team Points - Washington U (#9)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Team Points - Ohio State (#10)

Score Props

Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Highest Scoring Half
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Margin of Victory
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | First team to 10 points
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Washington Huskies Total Points - Odd or Even
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Ohio ST Buckeyes Total Points - Odd or Even

Receiving Props

Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Receiving Yards - K.J. Hill (Ohio State)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Receiving Yards - Parris Campbell (Ohio State)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Receiving Yards - Aaron Fuller (Washington)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Receiving Yards - Andre Baccellia (Washington)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Receptions - J.K. Dobbins (Ohio State)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Receptions - K.J. Hill (Ohio State)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Receptions - Mike Weber (Ohio State)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Receptions - Parris Campbell (Ohio State)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Receptions - Andre Baccellia (Washington)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Receptions - Myles Gaskin (Washington)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Receptions - Aaron Fuller (Washington)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Receptions - Salvon Ahmed (Washington)

Quarterback Props

Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Passing Yards - Dwayne Haskins (Ohio State)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Passing Yards - Jake Browning (Washington)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Touchdown Passes - Dwayne Haskins (Ohio State)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Touchdown Passes - Jake Browning (Washington)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Completions - Dwayne Haskins (Ohio State)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Completions - Jake Browning (Washington)

Rushing Props

Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Rushing Yards - J.K. Dobbins (Ohio State)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Rushing Yards - Mike Weber (Ohio State)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Rushing Yards - Myles Gaskin (Washington)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Rushing and Receiving Yards - J.K. Dobbins (Ohio State)
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Total Rushing and Receiving Yards - Salvon Ahmed (Washington)

Touchdown Props

Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Longest Touchdown Yardage in the Game

Defense/Special Teams Props

Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Will a Special Teams or Defensive TD be scored?

Game Props

Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | First Scoring Play
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | The first score of the game - Exact outcome
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Score In The First 5m30s Of The 1st Quarter
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Will either team score 3 unanswered times in the game?
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Will the game go to Overtime?
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | The First Turnover of the Game will be?
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | Team to Call the First Timeout in the Game
Washington U (#9) @ Ohio State (#10) | First Team To Score


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