Stanford sits atop the Pac-12 Power Rankings after knocking off No. 6 Notre Dame on Saturday night.
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Washington had a near-perfect day in becoming bowl eligible with a blowout win at the expense of rival Washington State.
Myles Gaskin rushed for 138 yards and two touchdowns, Sidney Jones, Darren Gardenhire and Azeem Victor all returned turnovers for touchdowns in the second half and Washington became bowl eligible
Washington routing No. 20 Washington St.
Azeem Victor intercepted Peyton Bender's pass and took it 27 yards for a pick-six, as Washington is running away from No. 20 Washington State at the Apple Cup 45-10 late in the fourth quarter. Follow live
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Everyone on planet Earth (except PAC 12 replay booth) knew that was a fumble, including Peyton Bender. When will common sense rule again?
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Washington is capitalizing off Washington State's mistakes, turning two of the Cougars' three turnovers into 14 points. With the Huskies hungrily playing for (definite) bowl eligibility, the Cougars needed to take care of the ball much better than they have so far.
(20) Washington St. takes on Washington
Under Mike Leach, Washington State leads the nation in passing offense and has outgained its opponents in eight of 11 games this season. Washington leads the Pac-12 in scoring defense, total defense, yards per play, and opponent red zone TD percentage. Follow live
If the Washington-Washington State rivalry returns to national relevance, both coaches will be at the center of all the talk. Or not.
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FBS Active Career Leaders - Passing Yards Per Game: 1. Luke Falk (WSU) - 360.3 2. Jared Goff (Cal) - 319.7 3. Nick Arbuckle (GSU) - 305.9
Welcome to the Thanksgiving edition of the Pac-12 mailbag, which includes playoff talk and analysis of Rich Rodriguez's future.
The winner of the Bruins and Trojans will go on to face Stanford. The Cardinal, meanwhile, can keep their playoff hopes alive by beating Notre Dame.
What we're thankful for in the Pac-12 this season, including an influx of young talent, surprises both good and bad, and the College Football Playoff.
Here are 10 things to keep an eye on in the Pac-12's final week of the regular season.
A win over Washington State would be the sixth of the season for Washington, giving the Pac-12 a 10th bowl-eligible team.
CFP Rankings: Nos. 16 - 20
In the latest playoff rankings, Northwestern, Oregon, and Ole Miss all move up, while TCU bumps down one spot to No. 19. Washington State rounds out the top 20.
CFP rankings: 16-20
- 16. Northwestern
- 17. Oregon
- 18. Ole Miss
- 19. TCU
- 20. Washington State
Luke Falk named Burlsworth Trophy Finalist
The award is given to the most outstanding college football player to begin his career as a walk-on. The Cougars' QB leads the nation with 4,266 yards passing.
After a necessary acclimatization period, Oregon QB Vernon Adams Jr. vaulted to the the top of the rankings with a 407-yard, six-TD performance.
Luke Falk's status following an apparent head injury is unclear, but WSU AD Bill Moos said the injury is not expected to end Falk's season.
Injured Washington State quarterback Luke Falk was doing well and might be able to play in Friday's Apple Cup against archrival Washington, Washington State athletic director Bill Moos said Monda
After Oregon stayed hot and Stanford handled Cal, the Pac-12 schedule features a storied rivalry that will determine a division champ.
WSU continues to climb rankings
It was a bittersweet Saturday for the Cougars. They recorded eight wins in a season for the first time since 2003, but also lost their standout QB Luke Falk. Where are the Cougs slotted heading into Week 13? Power Rankings
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