Washington at Arizona: Every other game is a must win for the Huskies, and since they won last week they will probably come out flat. Zona will spread out Washington and get their players in space to make plays one on one. Wildcats 30 - Huskies 27
UCLA at Oregon: The Bruins pistol offense was firing blanks the last time we saw it, and even if they're successful in this game they won't be able to stop the Ducks for a full 60 minutes. This UCLA defense will need to stack the box and rely on their secondary to not give up the big plays through the air. They will be in the game as long as they stop the run, about half a quarter. Ducks 44 - Baby Bears 17
Washington State at Stanford: The Cardinal are going to cruise in this game, but Harbaugh needs to know when to pull the starters and keep the team fresh heading into the back-end of the season. Trees 47 - Kittens 17
-Arizona State at California: Instead of playing to win, Jeff Tedford has the Bears playing not to lose. This Sun Devil defense is good enough to stop the Cal running game and force Riley to throw the ball. If the fighting Tedford's can't get their passing game clicking in this one, then they will lose the game. Cal is a great home team though. Bears 31 - Sun Demons 24
Colorado State at Utah: The Utes haven't been able to force many turnovers this year, but luckily they won't need them against CSU. Look for the best name in college football (Shaky Smithson) to be the X-factor in this game. Utes 44 - Rams 14
Texas Tech at Colorado:The Buffs were whipped by Missouri's spread offense and Tuberville has the Red Raiders playing with confidence. This game means a lot more for Dan Hawkins, so I'm expecting them to come out fired up. Buffs 27 - Raiders 24
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