Just like that, the Pac-12 North race is wide open.
Arizona once again upset Oregon, in Eugene no less, on Thursday night, which means the winner of Saturday night’s Cal-Washington State game will take over first place in the Pac-12 North. Sign of the apocalypse, perhaps?
It’s early, of course. But with Stanford and Oregon already with one conference loss each, the North might not be the two-headed monster it has been the past few years.
- The Huskies picked up a commitment from a Texas defensive end.
- Bud Withers: Everything’s changed in the Pac-12.
- Cool story from The Times’ Solange Reyner on former UW assistant Chris Tormey, now the coach at South Whidbey High.
- Scooby (what a name!) strips Oregon of its national title hopes.
- The Oregonian’s John Canzano: “That’s “O” for obsolete, right now.”
- Are the Ducks sliding toward mediocrity?
- Utah has ruled out using two quarterbacks against UCLA.
- Arizona State will be without QB Taylor Kelly again against USC.
Was going to bed then a saw The Ducks losing……. I’ll sleep well tonight. #WOOF
— Pastor Napoleon (@napoleonkaufman) October 3, 2014
Game. Over. pic.twitter.com/RGxvtOYUUg
— Arizona Athletics (@AZATHLETICS) October 3, 2014
Among the many takeaways from tonight: Rich Rod is one of the best HCs in college football.
— Paul Myerberg (@PaulMyerberg) October 3, 2014
What, was Mariota sacked 11 times in two games? At that rate he won't make it past Halloween.
— Chris Dufresne (@DufresneLATimes) October 3, 2014
Scott Frost said Mariota was not 100 percent tonight. Got hurt against Wazzu when he was sacked seven times.
— Ryan Thorburn (@rgduckfootball) October 3, 2014