Check out the week 11 fashion statements from Pac-12 football teams.
Oregon and Georgetown each took the court in new camouflage uniforms Saturday for the Armed Forces Classic in South Korea.
Stanford has Oregon's number, a touching moment between Marcus Mariota and his father observed, and basketball is back.
Thursday's dominant Stanford performance sent shockwaves throughout college football. It also scrambled the picture west of the Rockies; the road to the Pac-12 Football Championship Game had aimed at Eugene but now runs through The Farm. Specifically:
It’s Christmas come early as we enter week 11. Arguably the biggest game in the history of the Pac-12 Conference is about to go down in Palo Alto. When No. 3 Oregon visits No. 5 Stanford Thursday, it will be the second-ever matchup between two Pac-12 teams ranked among the BCS top five. The only other time that occurred was Nov. 3, 2007 in Eugene, Ore., when No. 5 Oregon defeated No. 4 Arizona State, 35-23.
Oregon football's De'Anthony Thomas makes a bold statement heading into Thursday night's matchup with the Cardinal.
It wasn't hard in the preseason to sort out which Pac-12 game would highlight the 2013 football schedule, and nothing has changed since. The Stanford Cardinal hosts the Oregon Ducks in a Pac-12 North battle with BCS implications this Thursday – it's a big one. Ducks do-it-all speedster De'Anthony Thomas set a pregame spark with a confident proclamation, but neither his coach, Mark Helfrich, nor Stanford's coach, David Shaw, seemed too worried about it in Tuesday's Pac-12 football teleconference.