It was a big weekend for Stanford as they earned a 38-31 overtime win over Oregon and former Cardinal Tiger Woods earned his first PGA Tour victory in five years.
No. 7 Stanford leads a quartet of Pac-12 teams in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll, with Washington checking in at No. 11, Oregon at No. 19 and Cal checking in for the first time this year at No. 24. The top four of the AP poll remains unchanged with Alabama at No. 1, Georgia at No. 2, Clemson at No. 3 and Ohio State at No. 4.
When Washington State and USC meet Friday night, they'll both be looking for their first Pac-12 wins of the season.
John Canzano of The Oregonian/OregonLive.com believes Oregon fans should hate Stanford for ruining the Ducks shot at football national championships in 2001, 2012 and 2013.
After not playing in last Saturday's win over UC Davis, Bryce Love will play this weekend in against Oregon in Eugene.
Ahead of their matchup this weekend in Eugene, Oregon heach coach Mario Cristobal compared Stanford to his one of his former employers, Alabama.
Learn more about Mario Cristobal's winding journey to Eugene and the University of Oregon. The Ducks face Stanford on Saturday in a top-25 clash.
No. 7 Stanford leads a list of three Pac-12 football teams ranked in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll. Alongside the seventh-ranked Cardinal are No. 10 Washington and No. 20 Oregon. USC and Arizona State, which were ranked 22nd and 23rd last week, respectively, fell out of the top 25 with road losses to Texas and San Diego State.
Washington and Utah meet in Salt Lake City to highlight a busy weekend of Pac-12 football.