Despite getting back into the CFP top 10, David Shaw and Stanford are simply focused on winning games, not the scenarios of the College Football Playoff.
Five Pac-12 football players including, Christian McCaffrey, Austin Hooper and Tom Hackett have been named finalists for national college football awards. Many of those honors will be handed out Dec. 10 at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.
The latest College Football Playoff poll places five Pac-12 teams in the top 25 with No. 9 Stanford leading the way followed by No. 17 Oregon, an inaugural appearance by Washington State at No. 20 rounded out by No. 22 UCLA and No. 23 Utah.
Jim Mora and Clay Helton discuss the UCLA-USC rivalry as their teams ready to square off for the Pac-12 South crown, while Stanford coach David Shaw won't look ahead toward the College Football Playoff picture. Plus, Washington State's Mike Leach talks WWE belts and the rest of the coaches discuss what makes a rivalry.
Oregon State's Seth Collins, who began the year as the starting quarterback, could be playing wide receiver in this Friday's Civil War clash in Eugene.
Pac-12 South to be decided between USC-UCLA. Stanford takes the North.
Stanford wins the North. USC-UCLA battle to decide who'll head to Pac-12 Football Championship Game.
Stanford won a Pac-12 showdown against Arizona 3-0 in the third round of the NCAA women's soccer tournament on Saturday.
The second-to-last week of Pac-12 play means Oregon is wearing an all-black look with yellow highlights, while Arizona and Arizona State each break out special uniform combinations in the Territorial Cup.
All three remaining Pac-12 teams won in the second round of the NCAA women's soccer tournament and will advance to third-round matches this week, including an Arizona vs. Stanford showdown Saturday on The Farm.