Washington vs Boise State MAACO Las Vegas Bowl Betting Odds

Published on December 21st, 2012 3:19 pm EST

The Washington Huskies will square off against the Boise State Broncos in this year's Las Vegas Bowl, which is presented by MAACO. The game will take place in Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, and will be shown on ESPN. The game will get underway at 12:30 pm PST on Saturday afternoon.

The Washington Huskies finished with a record of 7-5, including a 5-4 record in the PAC-12. The Huskies' five losses this year came against LSU, Oregon, USC, Arizona and Washington State. Having said that, the Huskies are capable of winning big games, as evidenced by their wins this year over Stanford and Oregon State.

The Huskies averaged 23.8 points per game on 210.4 yards per game of passing yards and 137.2 yards per game of rushing yards. The Huskies also allowed 23.8 points per game this year, which made them the 37th ranked team in the nation.

The #19 ranked Boise State Broncos, on the other hand, finished the season with a record of 10-2, including a conference record of 7-1.

Boise State's two losses this year came against Michigan State and San Diego State. Boise State was able to notch wins this year over the likes of BYU, Hawaii and Fresno State.

Boise State finished the season with one of the nation's top ranked defenses, as they allowed just 14.9 points per game. On offence, the Broncos averaged 216.9 passing yards per game and an additional 173.1 yards per game of rushing offence.

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Here are the current betting odds for the Washington/Boise State game:

Washington, +6, -115
Boise State, -6, -105

The moneyline and over/under line are not currently available - they should be made available on the day of the game.

Can Boise State knock off the unranked Huskies, or will Washington score the upset?

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