Some quick notes to get you through the hours until Saturday.
Arizona's visit to Toledo will be the first time a Pac-10 team has played in a MAC team's home stadium.
Arizona State opens its season vs. back-to-back Big Sky opponents, starting with Portland State on Saturday. Because the Sun Devils play two FCS foes, they must win seven games to become bowl eligible.
California is 8-0 all-time vs. UC Davis, but the last meeting was in 1939.
Oregon has won 16 of 17 home openers, dating to 1993. The only loss during that span was a 30-24 defeat vs. Indiana in 2004.
The Ducks will be without the services of running back LaMichael James and kicker Rob Beard as they serve one-game suspensions.
Oregon State, which has never played TCU, opens the season against the Horned Frogs ranked in the Top 25 for first time since 2001.
Oregon State: 1-3 in its past four seasons openers vs FBS schools.
Stanford's game vs. Sacramento State has been designated as the Bill Walsh Legacy Game in honor of the Hall of Fame coach who had two separate stints at Stanford (1977-78; 1992-94).
UCLA leads the series with Kansas State 1-0, winning last year 23-9.
The Bruins have won three of four openers on the road this decade.
BYU has won 4 of its plast 5 vs Pac-10 schools; Washington is 1-4 vs Mountain West competition since the conference was formed in 1999.
Huskies coach Steve Sarkisian was the BYU quarterback in 1995-96.
Washington State holds a 2-1 advantage vs.Oklahoma State, but the Cowboys won the last matchup 39-13 in 2008.