Pac-12 Sports Report, on Monday at 7 p.m. PT, wants to know which performance you found most impressive from this past week.


Washington carried Washington to a win against Washington State.

Shelton might be a big boy, but he's pretty athletic. Just watch his pre-snap barrel-roll that led to a sack. Strut your stuff, big fella.

In the Apple Cup against Washington State on Saturday, Ross hauled in his first career interception with a second-quarter pick of Cougars quarterback Luke Falk.

After giving his Washington State Cougars a pregame locker room speech on Saturday, former Cougar two-sport athlete Steve Gleason was inducted into the Washington State Hall of Fame during the 2014 Apple Cup in Pullman.

Marcus Mariota scored six touchdowns and leapt over a defender in what could be his final Civil War.

Oregon's Byron Marshall showed off his physical running skills on a long touchdown reception. 

By Andrew Skaggs, special to
Updated November 29, 2014

The Goff-Lawler connection was responsible for three touchdowns for the Golden Bears and was the key reason they were able to stay competitve against the Cougars.

By Rob Terranova, special to
Updated November 29, 2014

Kessler completed 32-of-40 passes for 372 yards and six touchdown passes, five of which came in the first half. 

By Rob Terranova, special to
Updated November 29, 2014

USC's defense went into its final regular season game against Notre Dame with one thing on the mind: pressure the quarterback. Mission accomplished.


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