Take a look back on the best performances of Week 3 in the Pac-12 and look ahead to Week 4.
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Now that Cal has wrapped up its nonconference schedule unscathed, things get much more difficult for the Golden Bears -- starting with USC this week.
Nic Shimonek threw for six touchdowns, receiver Dylan Cantrell had the go-ahead score on a 3-yard run in the final two minutes and Texas Tech beat Arizona State 52-45 in another high-scoring duel Saturday night.
Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer
Through one half, Texas Tech QB Nic Shimonek has more TD passes (five) than incompletions (four). On the season, Shimonek has eight TDs and eight incompletions. Red Raiders rolling over Arizona State, 35-17 at halftime.
Coming off a whipping of Stanford, USC hosts fellow blue blood Texas in this week's marquee game. We pick that one and the rest of Week 3.
Take a look back on the best performances of Week 2 in the Pac-12 and look ahead to Week 3.
Will Harris identifies games to watch for Week 3 of the college football season, including whether you should believe in Arizona State against Texas Tech.
The Trojans live up to expectations and hang a rout on the Cardinal, who still might be the conference's third-best team.
Rashaad Penny accounted for 353 all-purpose yards and scored three different ways, leading San Diego State to a convincing 30-20 victory over Arizona State on Saturday night.
One the biggest debates in sports heads to the gridiron as Ohio State debuts its LeBron Soldier XI cleats and North Carolina a new Jumpman shoe.
The Pac-12's first conference game is a good one, with Stanford visiting Sam Darnold and USC. We pick winners in that clash and the rest of Week 2.
Arizona State senior safety Marcus Ball has decided to retire from the sport for health reasons, saying he has been dealing with uncontrollable epileptic seizures for three years.
As a wild Week 1 in college football comes to an end, it's time for you to weigh in on who had the best week and which game you're most excited to see in Week 2.
The past four days, Pac-12 teams went a combined 11-0, so let's try to make sense of it.