Offense is the name of the game for the Conference of Champions as of late. Pac-12 Sports Report, on Mondays at 7 PT, wants to know which performance you found most impressive from this past week.
Oregon hops back in to the top 10 at No. 9, while Arizona is 16th, Arizona State is 17th, Utah is 20th, USC is 22nd and Stanford is 23rd.
The Wildcats’ stay in the AP top 10 is almost certainly over for now after falling to USC 28-26 Saturday in Tucson, but the silver lining around the heartbreaker is that Arizona may have found some more running back depth.
USC made sure nobody in the Pac-12 left the second weekend of October undefeated via a 28-26 win over No. 10 Arizona Saturday night in Tucson.
Washington's Shaq Thompson has already returned a handful of fumbles for touchdowns in 2014, but 100-yard return against Cal Saturday on Pac-12 Networks may be his most impressive yet.
The ball always seems to bounce the right way for Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota. Literally.
Stanford bounces back from a disappointing loss to Notre Dame and beats Washington State, 34-17.
Pac-12 football action kicks off tonight with Stanford and Washington State playing at Staford Stadium, a game which could feature fireworks both during and after the game.
California football's improvement is drawing the national spotlight to quarterback Jared Goff, but last season's 1-11 record could be keeping him out of theHeisman conversation.
Jake Plummer was looking forward to sleeping in like every other high school kid.
Instead, Plummer received an 8 a.m. wake up call from Arizona State Head Coach Bruce Snyder. It was the first day that NCAA Division I college football coaches were allowed to contact recruits, and Snyder had his sights set on Plummer.
“Immediately Bruce Snyder said, ‘We want to offer you a scholarship. You’re the guy we want.’ That was a huge boost for a kid like me,” Plummer said. “I went into my senior year of high school knowing that, ‘Wow, I could go to Arizona State.’”