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SEATTLE - SEPTEMBER 18: Head coach Steve Sarkisian of the Washington Huskies talks to quarterback Jake Locker #10 after the Huskies scored a touchdown against the Nebraska Cornhuskers on September 18, 2010 at Husky Stadium in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
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Sean MartinCorrespondent IJune 2, 2016

Two Division III teams played through six overtimes on Saturday. You can read about it HERE.

After climbing rankings and battling injuries, Arizona will enjoy its bye week this week.

Here is a look back at Arizona State’s 11-point loss to Oregon.

California would have beaten No. 14 Arizona on Saturday had it not been for the Wildcats’ Nick Foles' touchdown pass to receiver Juron Criner.

Video: Check out some highlights from UCLA’s huge win over No. 7 Texas.

After a victory over conference foe Arizona State, Oregon leapfrogged TCU into the coaches’ poll Top Five.

One of Oregon State’s brilliant brothers, James Rodgers, suffered an injury against Boise State Saturday night. Head coach Mike Riley said Rodgers could return as early as Wednesday.

Southern California head coach Lane Kiffin is one of the people still riding on Jake Locker’s bandwagon.

Stanford’s Owen Marecic was one of this past weekend’s winners.

What is the early line for this weekend’s Washington-USC game?

The latest insult to Washington State: They are “toothless.”

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