Pac-12 Football Scores, Results And More

This weekend's set of Pac-12 games doesn't include any games between ranked teams, but some of the conference's top teams may be challenged nevertheless.

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College Football Schedule, Week 10: Oregon Vs. Washington Is Pac-12 Marquee Matchup

As you may already know, QB Matt Barkley broke the USC school record for touchdowns in a single game during Friday night's 42-17 victory over the Colorado Buffaloes, but there is still more Pac-12 action to cover for Saturday. Here is rest of the Pac-12 schedule for Week 10. All remaining games are on Saturday, November 5.    

Stanford at Oregon St.

Game date, time: 3:30pm PT, Saturday November 5, 2011

Location: Reser Stadium, Corvallis, Oregon

TV channel: ABC

Spread: The Cardinal is favored by 21 points

Series history: The Cardinal lead the all-time series, 49-25-3

 

Washington St. at Cal

Game date, time: 4:30 p.m. MT, Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011

Location: California Memorial Stadium, San Francisco, CA

TV channel: CSNCA/Root

Spread: California favored by 9 points

Series history: California leads, 45-25-5

 

Utah at Arizona

Game date, time: 5:00 PM MT, Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011

Location: Arizona Stadium, Tuscon, AZ

TV channel: FSAZ/FCS

Spread: Arizona favored by 4 points

Series history: Utah leads 17-15-2

 

Arizona St. at UCLA

Game date, time: 5:30 pm MT, Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011

Location: The Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA

TV channel: Versus

Spread: Arizona St. favored by 8.5

Series history: UCLA leads, 16-10-1

 

Oregon at Washington

Game date, time: 8:30 pm MT, Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011

Location: Husky Stadium, Seattle, WA

TV channel: FSN

Spread: Oregon favored by 15 points

Series history: Washington leads, 51-36-4

 

For more on the Pac-12, check out SB Nation's college football page.

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USC Vs. Colorado Final Score: Trojans Roll Over Buffaloes, 42-17

The Colorado Buffaloes were close on Friday night. Maybe not close to defeating the USC Trojans, but at least close to competing with them for a full 60 minutes. Taking solace in almost competing with your opponent isn't a great place to be as a program, but it's the reality for Colorado right now, and though the scoreboard doesn't reveal it, there were some encouraging moments in the Buffs' 42-17 loss. Take, for instance, quarterback Tyler Hansen, who completed under 50% of his passes on the night, but who threw two pretty touchdown passes and did not turn the ball over. Or maybe take the Buffs defense, already shorthanded, who held USC scoreless for much of the third quarter while the game was still in doubt. It wasn't an impressive showing by Colorado's D— they did give up six touchdown passes, 7.3 yards per carry and 561 total yards— but they stood up to the Trojans when the game still meant something, and that, as they say, might be something to build on.

For USC, it was a night when they looked like the USC of old. QB Matt Barkley, in fact, looked like no Trojan ever as he threw for six scores, breaking the USC record for touchdown passes in a single game. USC spread the ball around, showcasing the playmakers that now abound in Lane Kiffin's offense. The Trojans offense was so balanced on Friday night that their two leading receivers and rushers put up almost identical lines: WRs Robert Woods and Marqise Lee finished with nine receptions for 132 yards and two touchdowns and 10 receptions for 131 yards and two touchdowns, respectively, while RB Amir Carlisle's 10 rushes for 88 yards and a touchdown mirrored RB Curtis McNeal's 10 rushes for 86 yards and a touchdown.

USC moves to 7-2 on the year, while Colorado drops to a ghastly 1-9 in 2011. Head coach Jon Embree will try and sell the year as the ultimate rebuilding process, but the Buffs are staring 1-12 on the face, and it's hard to gift wrap that hunk of coal.

For more in-depth coverage of the Buffaloes, visit Colorado blog The Ralphie Report. For a view from the USC perspective, visit USC blog Conquest Chroncles.

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Pac-12 Football Schedule, Week 10: Arizona State Visits UCLA, Oregon Faces Washington

This weekend's set of Pac-12 games doesn't include any games between ranked teams, but some of the conference's top teams may be challenged nevertheless.

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