At first glance, the Arizona Wildcats’ latest 2020 football schedule doesn’t seem to have many wins on it. At least one online sportsbook agrees.
BetOnline has set Arizona’s over/under on wins this fall at one, the lowest total among Pac-12 schools. The prediction includes any games played during championship weekend of Dec. 18-19, when the Pac-12 is expected to pair up non-title game participants in a seventh regular season contest.
Oregon has the highest projected win total, at 6, followed by USC at 5.5. Four teams (ASU, Cal, Utah and Washington) are at 4.5, with Stanford and UCLA at 3.5, Washington State at 2 and both Colorado and Oregon State at 1.5.
BetOnline’s odds to win the Pac-12 title also have the Wildcats at the bottom, tied with Colorado and OSU at 100:1. Oregon is the favorite at 3:2, with USC at 2:1.
Arizona opens the abbreviated 2020 season at Utah on Nov. 7, the first of three road games in its first four contests. The Wildcats are set to begin training camp on Friday but will be doing so without head coach Kevin Sumlin, who recently tested positive for COVID-19 and is in isolation.