Utah vs. Washington 2012: TV schedule, game time, spread and more

Ezra Shaw

Two of the Pac-12's more intriguing teams meet in Seattle this weekend.

The Washington Huskies and Utah Utes meet for an intriguing Pac-12 battle Saturday night. Neither team has lived up to preseason hype, but each has shown signs of improvement in recent weeks.

With a limited number of games remaining to help pad their resumés for bowl season, the stakes in Seattle will be high this weekend.

The Utes average a little more than 26 points per game and surrender about 22 to their opponents. They've had to battle through quarterback issues most weeks, although Travis Wilson is coming off a two-touchdown performance last weekend. If Utah hopes to win, Wilson will need to have a solid showing against a quality UW secondary.

A win would make Washington bowl eligible. Like the Utes, UW has also won two in a row and appears to be peaking at the right time. Look for Keith Price to continue his strong second half against a vulnerable Utah defense.

Game time, TV channel: 10:30 p.m. ET, Pac-12 Network

Point spread: Washington opened as 2-point favorites, although some sites now have Utah as 1.5-point favorites. OddsShark sees this one as basically a toss-up.

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