Those who love Petros Papadakis are in for a treat, as he'll be on the sideline for this one. It's an important one for the Bruins, as the Devils are right about them in the Pac 12 South standings. Brett Huntley and Johnathan Franklin continue to lead the Bruin offense, with Franklin at 878 yards on the season the Pac 12's leading rusher. ASU's strength is it's defense, with Will Stutton averaging 8.5 sacks per game.
The moveable object meats the unstoppable force, as the Buffaloes prepare to be sacrificed to the undefeated Ducks. Is it even worth previewing? The Ducks are going to win. They will then be 8-0, for those of you who struggle with math.
Joe Tessitore is on the call in ABC's regional matchup of the day. Arizona's defense will be a challenge for the Trojans, led by Jordan McKnight. Matt Barkley and Marquise Lee shouldn't have too much difficulty with the Wildcats, as USC looks to stay atop the Pac 12 South.
Washington State's two wins are out of conference, against Eastern Washington and UNLV. Woo. Take those results away, and the Cougars only have scored 89 points on the season which actually looks better than Washington, Utah, and Colorado but that's not saying much. Those four teams are making up the back end of the Pac 12. This one should be over by halftime.
With victories over Utah and Washington, Cal would be one game away from bowl eligibility. Of course, they then would have to beat either Oregon or Oregon St. for that sixth victory. That's a bit unlikely. So look for Cal to take care of things on the road, but don't look for anything that happens on this field to matter this year. And from what I can tell, in Los Angeles this one will only be available on tape delay?
Will the Beavers remain undefeated? Yes, yes they will. Go take your kids for pizza, why are you watching this?