Saturday features the top two teams in each Pac-12 division facing off at the location of the division leader, with UCLA hosting USC and Oregon hosting Stanford.
Four of the five ranked teams in the Pac-12 Conference battle against one another on Saturday, as the league's final four do battle on national television. The No. 2 Oregon Ducks host the No. 13 Stanford Cardinal in the marquee conference matchup on Saturday night, but the day games are highlighted by the No. 17 UCLA Bruins hosting the No. 18 USC Trojans in a crosstown rivalry game at the Rose Bowl. Here is a look at the Saturday Pac-12 TV schedule (all times PT).
10:30 a.m. - Washington at Colorado (FX)
The Huskies seek their fourth straight win against the Pac-12 South doormat Buffaloes, who have lost six in a row by an average of 39 points per game.
12 p.m. - USC at UCLA (Fox)
The Trojans have beaten the Bruins five straight and 12 of their last 13 matchups, but this is a far cry from last season's 50-0 win by USC. This year, UCLA enters the game with a better record (8-2) than the Trojans (7-3) and a higher ranking. The winner of this game wins the Pac-12 South Division and a spot in the Pac-12 Conference Championship Game on Nov. 30.
12 p.m. - Washington State at Arizona State (Pac-12 Networks)
The Cougars are 0-7 in the conference this season, but the Sun Devils (5-5) have found a way to lose their last four games as well and still need a win for bowl eligibility.
5 p.m. - Stanford at Oregon (ABC)
The Cardinal look for payback for last season's 53-30 home loss to the Ducks in Palo Alto. Oregon can clinch the Pac-12 North Division crown and a spot in the Pac-12 Championship Game with a win on Saturday night. The Cardinal (8-2, 6-1) can clinch a spot in the conference title game with wins in their final two games, against Oregon and UCLA.
7 p.m. - Arizona at Utah (ESPNU)
The Wildcats look for their second straight win, while the Utes (4-6) look to keep their slim bowl hopes alive.
7:30 p.m. - California at Oregon State (Pac-12 Networks)
The Beavers can't go to the Pac-12 Championship Game because of tiebreakers, but the best they can hope for is a three-way tie atop the north division with wins in their final two games, including against the Ducks in the Civil War on Nov. 24.