Roundup: Colorado football is eyeing a Pac-12 title

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It’s cool that Colorado has achieved bowl eligibility with six wins and all, but David Lombardi notes that Colorado is eyeing a Pac-12 championship. And why not? The Buffs are tied with the Utes for first in the Pac-12 South.


Ted Miller tells us that a physical Utah team is ready to get gritty with Washington following a 52-45 win at UCLA thanks to a school-record 332 rushing yards from the previously-retired Joe Williams.


USC has suspended linebacker Jabari Ruffin indefinitely for an unspecified conduct issue, Clay Helton announced Sunday (CBS Los Angeles/Associated Press).


Thanks to Ohio State’s loss to Penn State and the Dawgs’ win over the Beavs, Pat Forde has Washington as the No. 3 seed in his College Football Playoff projections, taking on No. 2 Michigan.

Arizona State

Whoa now – Arizona State head coach Todd Graham had some choice words for Mike Leach about his sign stealing comments following the Sun Devils’ loss to Wazzu Saturday night, using a term I can’t put here.


Bruce Feldman thinks former Cal head coach Jeff Tedford is a candidate to be Fresno State’s next football coach, as Tim DeRuyter was fired on Sunday after a 1-7 start.

Oregon State

Oregon State football coach Gary Andersen thinks the loss to Washington is a step forward for the Beavers instead of a setback, notes Gina Mizell. The Beavs trailed 31-0 at the half but got some offense going in the third and fourth quarters.

Washington State

It’s great that the Cougs won their fifth straight and all, but Jacob Thorpe thinks that Washington State needs to deal with its fourth-quarter issues. The Cougs nearly gave games back to UCLA and Arizona State after building up sizable leads.


Wildcat athletes held their own version of National Signing Day on Sunday, as sophomore student-athletes attended a job fair and some even declared their majors in front of their peers at Declare Your Major Day. A complete list of participants can be found here


The crew at CBS Sports ranks Oregon No. 7 in its preseason college men's basketball rankings. They rank every team from No. 1 to 351.


Death, taxes and UCLA men’s water polo. No. 1 UCLA won its 54th straight game by beating No. 2 Cal 7-6 on Pac-12 Networks Saturday afternoon. Word on the street is that there was a terrific broadcast crew on for that game…


I’m sure you want no part of reliving that 10-5 loss to Colorado, Stanford fan, so watch some highlights of Stanford women’s volleyball sweeping USC Sunday in SoCal.

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