With a win over USC in the Pac-12 title game the Cardinal still have a shot at the CFP, but Stanford's most likely destination will be the Rose Bowl.
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Stanford and USC are prepping for the Pac-12 championship game and eight other teams are patiently waiting to hear their bowl destinations.
Stanford sits atop the Pac-12 Power Rankings after knocking off No. 6 Notre Dame on Saturday night.
USC scored 20 unanswered points in the second half to earn a berth in the Pac-12 title game and is a win against Stanford away from the Rose Bowl.
Cody Kessler threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score, and Southern California clinched the Pac-12 South title with a 40-21 victory over UCLA on Saturday.
USC coach Helton proud of his team
USC interim coach Clay Helton said after his team's 40-21 win over UCLA to send the Trojans to the Pac-12 title game: "I can't tell you how proud I am for them. They're not only great players but great people."
Rogers will not be denied a TD
USC's Darreus Rogers leaps to make the catch at the four-yard line and then stretches out to reach the goal line for a Trojans TD on ABC.
Green rumbles for defensive TD for USC
Claude Pelon sacked UCLA QB Jacob Rosen, and 6-foot-5, 285-pound freshman Rasheem Green scooped up Rosen's fumble and went 32 yards for a TD. USC leads No. 22 UCLA 26-21 midway through the third quarter on ABC/ESPN2.
No. 22 UCLA regains lead vs. USC
It's been a back-and-forth affair in Los Angeles, and UCLA is back on top 21-20 after this 1-yard TD run by Paul Perkins, his second score of the game.
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Paul Perkins for the 1-yard touchdown. UCLA 21, USC 20 with 8:38 left in the 3rd quarter.
USC returns rare punt for TD vs. UCLA
Adoree' Jackson's punt return TD was the first punt return TD allowed by UCLA since Sept. 24, 2011 against Oregon State. The Trojans lead the Bruins 20-14 at halftime. Live on ABC, WatchESPN
Adoree' Jackson returns punt for TD
Jackson broke one tackle just after catching UCLA's short punt then took it back to the house, giving USC a 20-14 lead over the 22nd-ranked Bruins late in the second quarter on ABC/ESPN2.
UCLA moves back in front in rivalry game
Thomas Duarte boxed out his defender and hauled in this Josh Rosen pass to give No. 22 UCLA a 14-10 lead over USC on ABC/ESPN2.
Kessler scores to put USC back on top
Trojans QB Cody Kessler's 1-yard TD run capped an 85-yard drive and put USC back in front of No. 22 UCLA, 10-7 in the second quarter on ABC/ESPN2.
Paul Perkins puts UCLA on top
Perkins kept his balance on fourth down, picking up the first down and rumbling for a TD to give UCLA a 7-3 lead over USC. The winner will face Stanford in the Pac-12 Championship Game.