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Pacific-12 Conference

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  • Boston College upsets USC, 37-31

    USC traveled to Boston College trying to avoid a letdown after a 13-10 victory at Stanford last week. The rains stopped in Chestnut Hill before kickoff, but the soggy conditions put a damper on the performance of the ninth-ranked Trojans, who fell to...
  • Kelly leads Arizona State win but suffers injury

    Kelly leads Arizona State win but suffers injury BOULDER, Colo. -- Arizona State opened the Pac-12 schedule with a win and a loss. The loss could end up being more costly to the Sun Devils. Taylor Kelly threw for 195 yards and three touchdowns and...
  • UCLA survives in Texas, but Brett Hundley gets hurt

    UCLA survives in Texas, but Brett Hundley gets hurt
    This truly was Jerry's World. This may have been the stadium Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones built, another Jerry had a spotlight moment Saturday. UCLA quarterback Jerry Neuheisel casually strolled in for the postgame news conference and said,...
  • Illinois stumbles early in 44-19 rout at Washington

     Illinois stumbles early in 44-19 rout at Washington
    SEATTLE — Before the game, Illinois fans watching from home fretted about tuning in late thanks to a Yankees-Orioles game airing on the Fox network. They should have counted their blessings. The game at Washington unraveled early and...
  • Boston College upsets USC 37-31

    The Sports Xchange By Mike Shalin, The Sports Xchange Boston College upsets USC 37-31 BOSTON -- They announced a crowd of 41,632 at Boston College's Alumni Stadium on Saturday night. When the game ended, it seemed all of them were on the field. Their...
  • Mariota, Oregon flip switch to blow out Wyoming

    Mariota, Oregon flip switch to blow out Wyoming EUGENE, Ore. -- Marcus Mariota padded his Heisman Trophy campaign and may have secured his Heisman moment. The Oregon junior quarterback accounted for 292 yards and four touchdowns Saturday to lead No....
  • Texas backup quarterback poses threat to UCLA defensive line

    Due to suspensions and injuries, Texas is missing its starting quarterback, starting center, both starting offensive tackles and its best wide receiver.  But because of backup quarterback Tyrone Swoopes, the Longhorns still pose a threat to a UCLA...
  • Colts will have hands full with Eagles offense

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Indianapolis Colts - INSIDE SLANT Heading into Monday night's season-opener with the Philadelphia Eagles, Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano is trying to figure out a way to slow down one of the NFL's most...
  • All eyes (even those of Texas) are upon UCLA defense

    A week ago, critics were picking apart the UCLA offense. Then the Bruins rolled up big numbers in a 42-35 victory over Memphis. Now people are picking apart the Bruins’ defense, almost as thoroughly as Memphis did. There remains faith within....
  • Preview: Arizona State at Colorado

    Getting off to a solid start in Pac-12 play will be the goal when Colorado hosts No. 14 Arizona State on Saturday. The Sun Devils are led by a ground game that is spearheaded by D.J. Foster, who has three runs of 40 yards or more -- something no Arizona...
  • Preview: Army at Stanford

    Stanford's shot at the new college football playoff took a big hit last week with a loss to Southern Cal, but the Cardinal remain a dangerous team. Stanford will try to bounce back from that tight loss when it hosts Army on Saturday. The Cardinal have not...
  • Coach Jim Mora stresses UCLA sense of urgency against Texas

    Coach Jim Mora stresses UCLA sense of urgency against Texas
    UCLA and Texas have two of the most decorated programs in college sports. Texas' brand is strong, even when the football team is not. Longhorns' orange wasn't the only thing burnt during a 41-7 loss to Brigham Young last week. Staff writer Chris Foster...