Week 12 of the 2013 college football season saw Colorado escape a conference drought, Stanford go down to the underdog and Oregon get back to its winning ways.
A Davon Colemen blocked field goal loomed large in the Sun Devils' critical victory over Oregon State. Arizona State held on after building a 20-0 lead. Here are postgame interviews with Robert Nelson, DJ Foster and coach Todd Graham. ASU heads to UCLA for a critical Pac-12 South showdown next, while the Beavers host Washington.
Sefo Liufau's 364 yards and Paul Richardson's 11 catches pushed the Buffs to snap their 14-game conference losing streak. Meanwhile, the Bears dropped their 13th straight Pac-12 game. Coach Make MacIntyre spoke about the win. Colorado hosts USC next week while California travels across the Bay to Stanford.
The Ducks bounced back with a decisive home win over Utah Saturday in Eugene. Byron Marshall scored twice to complement De'Anthony Thomas' 86-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. With a couple exceptions, the Ducks defense was stout and Marcus Mariota's arm did some good work. Oregon travels to Arizona next while Utah visits Washington State.
The Huskies lost Keith Price at halftime, and then they lost the game to the Bruins. UCLA's Myles Jack was again the highlight of the night as the freshman scored four rushing touchdowns on top of his five tackles at the linebacker position. The Bruins move on to their critical Pac-12 South showdown against Arizona State while Washington goes to Oregon State.