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Eamon McAnaney ESPN 

Indiana Head Coach Kevin Wilson breaking down the Hoosiers matchup with Maryland. Kickoff Saturday 3:30 ESPNU

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia Tech now has a 72.2 percent chance to win the Coastal Division after beating Pittsburgh on Thursday night. It also saw its chances to win the ACC championship climb slightly, up to 13 percent. North Carolina is the only other Coastal team with a legitimate shot at the division title, but its hopes took a hit with the Hokies' win. The Tar Heels saw their chance to win the division drop from 51.5 percent to 27.6 percent.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

The most common phrase I hear from Pac-12 coaches on Washington is, "No weaknesses." But the emergence of two quarterbacks -- Utah's Troy Williams and USC's Sam Darnold -- will test Washington's fast and physical defense. Darnold has the big numbers but both are natural playmakers who won't be intimidated by Washington's line and secondary. Washington visits Utah on Saturday and hosts USC on Nov. 12.

Kavitha A. Davidson Contributor, 

Emmert: Let's not forget women's soccer when we talk about concussions. #sunycon

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

No divisions for the Big 12 as championship game returns in 2017.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 300 defensive tackle Aubrey Solomon has scheduled an official visit to Michigan for its game against Maryland on November 5. Solomon, the No. 62 ranked prospect, was committed to the Wolverines at one point, but decommitted to explore all his options. Georgia and Clemson are two other schools also in the mix for Solomon, but Michigan has been regaining ground as of late.

You don't see that every day

When the rest of the Pitt offensive line blocked left, tackle Ryan O'Neil snuck out to the right and took the end-around handoff into the end zone for the score. It was the second touchdown of the season for the 6-foot-6, 300-pound lineman.


Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Cal left tackle Aaron Cochran, who left the game in the first quarter, has a broken foot, according to the Cal radio broadcast.

John Vassallo ESPN 

Image of the week. Doesn't get any better than this. All that is right in the world. High School Football at Cal School for the Deaf.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

USC had 451 yards of offense in the first half against Cal. That's the most yards a Pac-12 team has registered in a half this season. The last time a Pac-12 team went for more: Cal vs Arizona State last year (458).

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Make that 4 for No. 14. Sam Darnold punctuates a monster first half with his 4th TD pass vs. Cal on ESPN:

Darnold throws fourth TD pass of half

Sam Darnold hits Darreus Rogers from 20 yards out for Rogers' second touchdown catch of the night. The Trojans have a 28-10 lead over Cal at halftime.


David Lombardi ESPN Staff Writer 

When USC's Ronald Jones has 8 carries for 149 yards (18.6 per carry), Cal's hope lies in forcing turnovers.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

USC 21, Cal 0 with 12:07 left in the 2nd quarter. Sam Darnold is 8/12 for 87 yards and 3 TDs. Ronald Jones II has 107 yards on 7 carries.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

The quarterback switch is just part of the way Clay Helton is restoring USC's offense. Sam Darnold's mobility gives Helton flexibility and what he calls against what defenses. Cal can't stop the run, which is nothing new, but Helton is exploiting it with Ronald Jones II. It's all Trojans so far and USC is looking more like a team that will challenge Washington on Nov. 12.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Thursday Night Football may be a necessity for television but it is a nightmare for a school like USC in downtown Los Angeles.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Cal receiver Chad Hansen (ankle) will not play against USC. He leads the Pac-12 in receptions (59), receiving yards (770) and is second in touchdown receptions (8).

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's the scene at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, where Cal-USC is about ready to kick off on ESPN.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia Tech survived a late push from Pittsburgh to stay in control of the ACC Coastal Division. The Hokies got an incredible performance from banged up quarterback Jerod Evans (sprained ankle) and their receiving trio Isaiah Ford, Bucky Hodges and Cam Phillips. They should be favored in their final three ACC games against Duke, Georgia Tech and Virginia. If they win them all, they make it to the ACC championship game.