Last week we gave you our thoughts on Pac-12 games we can't wait to see. Obviously, the much-anticipated Nov. 3 Oregon-USC matchup (assuming both teams do what they are supposed to do) is the one that will have all Pac-12 fans drooling. But there are plenty of other potential matchups with major conference implications along the way (or after).
Ted Miller went with Stanford's Sept. 27 trek to Washington in a showdown of second-tier North Division teams. Recent history is on the side of the Cardinal, but Washington is hoping to turn the tide with a revamped defense.
Kevin Gemmell went with the USC's trip to Utah on Oct. 4 -- a pivotal game in the South Division. You've got an A-list offense in USC going against one of the top defensive fronts on the West Coast.
Are those the top two games? Or are there better ones on the horizon you're waiting for?
Washington's trip to Baton Rouge to face LSU on Sept. 8 seems like a pretty good one. You have a Heisman hopeful quarterback against probably the best defense in the country.
How about Stanford's trip to Oregon on Nov. 17? The Cardinal will try to play spoiler while the Ducks will likely be in pursuit of a BCS bowl game.
Then there is Cal's trip to Ohio State on Sept. 15. The Bears haven't had a lot of success when they travel East and Miller tabbed it Cal's most important game of the season.
What's the game you can't wait to see?