University of Utah trustees have approved an $80 million bonding plan to expand Rice-Eccles Stadium to 51,000 seats. Current capacity is around 46,000, and construction is reportedly set to begin after the 2020 season and completed in August 2021.

Utah reappears in the College Football Playoff rankings in week three at No. 19, Washington climbs the rankings to No. 18, and Washington State remains at No. 8 for the third week straight.

Get a look at what all the Pac-12 football coaches had to say Tuesday during their weekly teleconference with reporters.

At 4-3 in conference play and with victories over Utah, USC and UCLA, Arizona State holds its destiny in the Pac-12 South race in its own hands.

Washington State quarterback Gardnew Minshew continues to be a dominant force on the gridiron and in the mustache game. Following WSU's convincing 31-7 victory over Colorado on Saturday, Minshew added a little flavor to Mike Leach's post-game interview by sticking a fake mustache on him, making it one of the best live TV moments of the season. 

PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kristine Anigwe, Sr., C, California (Phoenix, Ariz.)
2 gm, 30.5 ppg, 11-19 FG (57.9)
• In Tuesday’s season opener, Anigwe’s recorded 37 points and added 13 rebounds to help California defeat Houston, 80-79, marking the fourth-highest scoring performance of her career.
• Anigwe finished the game 11-for-11 from the foul line, tying her career best for most free throws made in a game without a miss.

With the Pac-12 football races coming down to the wire, see how each team still standing can get to the 2018 Pac-12 Football Championship Game on Nov. 30 at Levi’s® Stadium.

Get a look at how the Pac-12 fared during the NCAA Cross Country Regionals in Sacramento and Provo, Utah.


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