The Pac-12 Conference has released television selections for football games to be played Friday, Oct. 24 and Saturday, Oct. 25, including contests on Pac-12 Networks, the ESPN family of networks and the FOX family of networks.


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Follow 2014 Pac-12 Women's Basketball Media Day on Pac-12.com or watch Pac-12 Networks' Women's Basketball Media Day Special, live from 12-2 p.m. PT on all seven networks, Pac-12.com/now and our Pac-12 Now app. 


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The Ducks' hopes for a playoff berth are still alive after climbing back into the AP Top 10, and much more from around the Conference of Champions. 


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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.


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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.


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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.


By Andrew Skaggs, special to Pac-12.com
Updated October 11, 2014

The ball always seems to bounce the right way for Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota. Literally.


By Andrew Skaggs, special to Pac-12.com
Updated October 10, 2014

Stanford bounces back from a disappointing loss to Notre Dame and beats Washington State, 34-17.


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