By Sam Silverstein, Head of Digital Content, Pac-12.com
Updated October 27, 2012

Let's imagine a world in which Marqise Lee catches Matt Barkley's last-second Hail Mary on Saturday against Arizona in Tucson. Tack on those 48 yards to the 345 Lee already had in the bank, and you'd have the second biggest single-game individual receiving total in FBS history behind only Troy Edwards' 405-yard day in 1998.


By Sean Kent, special to Pac-12.com
Updated October 27, 2012

The biggest hit on UCLA wide receiver Damien Thigpen was on this 65-yard score against Arizona State that came from one of his own teammates in the end zone. UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley sidestepped the blitz and fired a strike to Thigpen. The junior then tightroped the sideline and dove into the end zone.

The only man to touch Thigpen is Bruins tight end Joseph Fauria -- though "touch" doesn't do it justice.


By Sean Kent, special to Pac-12.com
Updated October 27, 2012

Dynamic Oregon running back De'Anthony Thomas had the signature play on a big day for the Ducks offense against Colorado. After letting a punt bounce, the sophomore scooped up the kick and broke multiple tackles by the Buffaloes for a 73-yard touchdown. {C}


Updated October 26, 2012

With wins over UCLA and Washington State, the Cal Bears are explosive and unpredictable. The Utes meanwhile will be fired up to play at home -- and notch a win that could turn around their season. Cal at Utah (6:45 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Bay Area, Pac-12 Mountain) is one of four games on Pac-12 Networks tomorrow, aka "Showdown Saturday."


Oregon State’s dream season continues as the undefeated Beavers head to Seattle to face Washington on Saturday (7:15 p.m. PT, Pac-12 Network, Pac-12 Arizona, Pac-12 Los Angeles, Pac-12 Oregon, Pac-12 Washington). Beaver fans beware: The Huskies only have one home-field loss this season, to conference frontrunner Oregon.

The game is the last of four on Pac-12 Networks tomorrow, aka "Showdown Saturday."


Stanford has new life after dominating the Big Game at Cal. Now the Cardinal heads home – where Mike Leach’s Washington State Cougars are ready to pounce fresh off a bye week. Washington State at Stanford (3:15 p.m., Pac-12 Networks) is part of a four-game slate on Pac-12 Networks, aka "Showdown Saturday."


Updated October 26, 2012

Every Oregon appearance from here on out will be scrutinized for its BCS implications including the Ducks' game with Colorado in Eugene, part of "Showdown Saturday" on Pac-12 Networks (12 p.m. PT).

Colorado meanwhile has more modest goals from here on out: pride, and building a culture for the future.


Pac-12 Networks recently sat down with the Beavers' lone Heisman Trophy Award winner, Terry Baker, who spoke about this year's talented Oregon State team and reflected on his 1962 Heisman season (50 years ago!). Baker also recalls a chance encounter with President Kennedy, as seen here:


Four key conference football games will be on Pac-12 Networks this Saturday, including three that feature top 20 teams: No. 4 Oregon, No. 7 Oregon State and No. 17 Stanford. The games are:


By Jonathan Okanes, special to Pac-12.com
Updated October 25, 2012

The biggest matches of the Pac-12 women's soccer season take place this weekend, and the Pac-12 Networks will be there to show every minute of the action.

Much could get resolved this weekend in the three-team race for the conference championship. First, No. 2 UCLA hosts No. 21 on Friday at 3 p.m. before the Bruins then welcome No. 1 Stanford for arguably the match of the year in college women's soccer on Sunday at 6 p.m.


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