Pac-12 Networks Road Warriors week: 2013 Football edition

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Winning in the Pac-12 takes perseverance, guts and stamina. Winning on the road takes all of that and much, much more.

I mean, seriously, have you tried to call a snap count on 4th down at Autzen Stadium with the game on the line? Didn't think so.

This Saturday on Pac-12 Networks will be dedicated to all the great moments that happened to road teams during the 2013 football season. You'll see Stanford clinching a Pac-12 title in enemy territory, wild overtime thrillers, heated rivalries and more. And Myles Jack.

Oh, you bet we've got some Myles Jack. Here's Saturday's full schedule, which you'll see on the Pac-12 Network.

Pac-12 Championship Game - December 7

In front of a very partisan Arizona State crowd in full throat for the 3rd Pac-12 Football Championship Game, Stanford rolled into Tempe and walked away with a 2nd-straight Rose Bowl berth and conference title.

Arizona at California - November 2

The 'Cats made themselves bowl eligible with a 33-28 victory in Berkeley, buoyed by Ka'Deem Carey's 152 rushing yards and 261 passing yards from B.J. Denker.

Oregon State at Utah - September 14

In one of the wildest conference games of the season, the Beavers outlasted Utah 51-48 in overtime. Sean Mannion (443 yards, 5 touchdowns) and Brandin Cooks (210 receiving yards, 3 touchdowns) led the way.

UCLA at Arizona - November 9

Just call this the Myles Jack show. The freshman burst onto the national scene – on both sides of the ball – to bring the Bruins a 31-26 win.

Stanford at Oregon State - October 26

Stanford's brilliant season kept rolling in a tight 20-12 win over the Beavers in which Tyler Gaffney dominated.

Arizona State at Utah - November 9

The cardiac Sun Devils used a late touchdown by Richard Smith and a last-minute interception from Will Sutton to move to 5-1 in conference play.

Oregon at Washington - October 12

The Ducks completed a decade of dominance over the Huskies; their 45-24 win in Seattle was the program's 10th straight over their rivals in Seattle.

UCLA at Utah - October 3

Under the Thursday night lights in Salt Lake City, Brett Hundley tallied three touchdowns – one passing, one receiving and one rushing – in a 34-27 win over the Utes.

Washington State at USC - September 7

This was the early-season stunner that had America talking – the Cougars went to Los Angeles, stifled the USC offense and walked out of the Coliseum with a 10-7 win.

Arizona State at UCLA - November 23

No pressure. All that was on the line at the Rose Bowl was a berth in the Pac-12 Championship Game, which the Sun Devils cinched up with a 38-33 win.

UCLA at USC - November 30

As if this rivalry needed any more fuel. This one was Bruins through and through, stopping USC in their tracks in a 35-14 win.

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