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Week 10 college football schedule, Week 10: UCLA vs. No. 15 Colorado TV schedule, odds, draft prospects

Jim Mora and the Bruins travel eastward to take on a scrappy Colorado team.

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The tenth week of college football is already underway, with Tuesday and Wednesday featuring some MAC action Trent Baalke decided to observe. The week continues with four games on Thursday. Buffalo-Ohio is underway, and that is followed by No. 14 Oklahoma vs. Iowa State and Arkansas State vs. Georgia State kicking off at 4:30 p.m. PT. Finally, No. 15 Colorado plays host to UCLA, with kickoff set for 6 p.m. PT.

We’ll use this as a college open thread, but specifically, here is a look at some intriguing prospects in the Pac-12 game.

UCLA vs. No. 15 Colorado

Game Time: 6:00 P.M.
Date: November 3, 2016
Location: Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado
TV: FS1
Spread: Colorado -13

Colorado Prospects to Watch:

Chidobe Awuzie | CB | #4 | Senior | 5’11” | 200 lbs

Scouting Report: Awuzie is adept at locating where quarterback wants to throw the ball, and closing on it. He showcases impressive burst and straight-line speed to close on footballs. He is a solid tackler and willing to sacrifice his body. Awuzie displays fluid hips and transitions very well.

Other Colorado players to watch: Ahkello Witherspoon (CB), Josh Tupou (DT), Tedric Thompson (SS), Alex Kelley (OC), Jimmie Gilbert (OLB)

UCLA Prospects to Watch:

Takkarist McKinley | EDGE | #98 | Senior | 6’2” | 258 lbs

Scouting Report: McKinley is very explosive at the snap. He is exceedingly quick at the line of scrimmage and utilizes clean footwork and rush moves to effectively get past offensive lineman. He has the chance to be a very good base end in a 4-3 defense at the next level. His combination of toughness, talent and smarts is very dangerous.

Other UCLA players to watch: Conor McDermott (OT), Eddie Vanderdoes (DT), Fabian Moreau (CB), Randall Goforth (SS), Deon Hollins (OLB), Jayon Brown (ILB), Ishmael Adams (WR)