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Pac-12 picks: 14 hours of football Saturday
For the first time this season, every Pac-12 team is in action on the same day. Saturday's schedule serves up 14 continuous hours of Pac-12 play, including one intra-conference matchup.
Stanford at Army, 10 a.m. MDT, CBS Sports Network
Coach David Shaw is enough of a historian to make sure the Cardinal appreciate the visit to West Point. Stanford 35, Army 14.
UCLA at Nebraska, 10 a.m. MDT, ABC
The Cornhuskers' defense will be motivated after Brett Hundley and the UCLA offense shredded that proud group last September, but the Bruins should still have enough firepower. UCLA 35, Nebraska 28.<
Fresno State at Colorado, 12:05 p.m. MDT, Pac-12 Mountain
Speaking of motivation, the Buffaloes remember being embarrassed in Fresno last year when they trailed 35-0 after one quarter. This game will be more competitive. Fresno State 31, Colorado 24.
Boston College at USC, 1 p.m. MDT, Pac-12 Networks
USC coach Lane Kiffin joked that the guy who was calling the plays in the Trojans' first two games has been fired. We'll see if quarterback Cody Kessler enables USC to pass for more than 54 yards. USC 24, BC 7.
Tennessee at Oregon, 1:30 p.m. MDT, ABC
Chip Kelly's old-and-new offense is clicking from coast to coast. Oregon 45, Tennessee 24.
Washington vs. Illinois (Chicago), 4 p.m. MDT, Big Ten Network
The Huskies get to play at historic Soldier Field, coming off a bye. Washington 31, Ilinois 17.