2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
5-1, 2nd in Pac 12 - South
USC takes INT to the house (0:32)
USC WR bails out under-throw for TD (0:49)
JT Daniels fires a bullet down field to tie game (0:20)
Shenault Jr. scores 51-yard TD on wildcat play (0:36)
The true meaning behind Shenault's dreadlocks (3:57)
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Campus Conversation: Pac-12 Issues, Concerns For Contenders, Steele

Matt Schick, Ryan McGee & Brad Edwards discuss issues with Pac-12 officiating (1:50), the biggest concern for a couple of contenders (15:43) and more. Plus, they "Fill in the Blanks" for Week 7 (24:15), and chat with Phil Steele (35:12) before Walk-Ons (48:46) & Extra Points (55:41).

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Campus Conversation: Quality Wins, Remaining Unbeatens, Conclusions

After putting a bow on the Stoops situation at OU (3:01), Matt Schick, Jake Trotter & Heather Dinich discuss what differentiates a quality win (9:43), weigh in on the remaining unbeatens (16:25), "Jump To Conclusions" (25:15) and more. Plus, Walk-Ons (41:07) and Extra Points (51:27).

AP Photo/Carlos Osorio
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Not all undefeated records are created equal

Just because a team is undefeated doesn't mean it's playoff-worthy. Let's compare résumés to figure out who the contenders and pretenders are.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Colorado WR Laviska Shenault has quietly emerged as one of the best players in college football. His 13-catch, 127-yard receiving performance in a key win against Arizona State was his fourth game with 10 or more catches this season and he scored all four touchdowns for the Buffaloes -- two receiving, two rushing.

Nixon 51-yard catch sets up TD for Colorado (0:53)
Colorado's Shenault cashes in 3rd TD (0:17)
ASU's Wilkins delivers perfect pass for a 40-yard TD (0:25)
Colorado's Shenault scores 3-yard pass TD (0:23)
ASU's Benjamin scores his second TD (0:20)
Colorado Landman ejected for targeting (0:51)
Colorado's Shenault runs in 1-yard TD (0:27)
ASU's Benjamin leaps in for a 1-yard TD (0:15)
Colorado pulls off 2 trick plays to take lead (0:39)

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

Colorado is putting Laviska Shenault all over the field to get him open. The nation's top receiver -- a guy with sprinter speed who squats with the Buffs' offensive line and power cleans with its defensive line -- is on pace for another 150-plus yards tonight. He certainly passes the eye test.

Team Stats

Passing Yards272.532nd
Rushing Yards180.557th
Points For34.8Tied-34th
Points Against20.5Tied-30th

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