UCLA vs. Arizona is a suddenly intriguing matchup in the Pac-12 as the college football schedule heads into Week 10.

For the Bruins, Chip Kelly’s squad has rebounded from a pair of losses on the road vs. Utah and Oregon State. Since losing to the Beavers, UCLA has responded by blowing out Stanford and beating Colorado in consecutive weeks.

On the other side of the matchup, Arizona has suddenly put the rest of the conference on notice entering November. After narrow losses to Washington and USC, the Wildcats have responded with a road blowout of Washington State and a Week 9 upset of No. 11 Oregon State.

As a result, the matchup between the Bruins and the Wildcats opened as a pick ’em when Circa Sports released the opening lines for Week 10. The over/under for the game is set at 61.5 points.

As for the head-to-head series, UCLA still holds the edge with an all-time record of 27-18-2 vs. Arizona. The Bruins have 8 wins in the series since 2012, but the Wildcats took the most recent meeting with a 34-28 win in California last season.

The winner of Saturday’s game will improve to 4-2 in Pac-12 play. While neither team controls its own destiny, a 4-2 team would be lurking just outside the leaders at the top of the conference if things get wild down the stretch.