Quick look at the Pac-12 games

September, 22, 2012
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Kevin Gemmell is at UCLA-Oregon State. I'm at Oregon-Arizona. And the ESPN LA folks have you covered for USC-California.

Here's a quick look at the other Pac-12 games.

Colorado (0-3) at Washington State (2-1) 4 p.m., FX: It appears Connor Halliday will get the start over the injured Jeff Tuel for Washington State. Colorado leads the series 4-3, but Washington State won a 31-27 thriller in Boulder last year. The Buffaloes led 27-17 with just over five minutes left, but a 63-yard TD pass from Marshall Lobbestael to Marquess Wilson with 1:10 remaining provided the winning margin. The big question for the Buffs: How will they show some fight after they seemed to quit at Fresno State last weekend?

Utah (2-1) at Arizona State (2-1) 7 p.m., Pac-12 Network: Arizona State is coming off a loss at Missouri, where it reverted to the sloppy play of 2011, with turnovers and penalties. The Utes need to get John White, who sat out last week against BYU, and the running game going to take pressure off quarterback Jon Hays. The Sun Devils are 17-6 against Utah and have won eight in a row in the series, including the past six in Tempe. The first game since 1993, however, was last season's 35-14 Sun Devils victory in Salt Lake City. The winner this go-around moves up in the South Division pecking order.

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