— Losing a couple of early season games was far from the most difficult thing Utah had to overcome to get back to the Pac-12 title game.
- CU's Dorrell apologizes to Buffs after losing cool
- Buffs AD apologizes after coach shoves camera
- Ex-CU QB Noyer off to Oregon St. for final season
- Colorado starting QB Noyer enters transfer portal
— Out with a shoulder injury, Nate Landman still wanted in on the action.
USC, Oregon, Washington and Stanford have had standout recruiting classes, but which one is the best over the past decade?
— Zach Charbonnet had three rushing touchdowns for the second time this season, Dorian Thompson-Robinson racked up 356 yards of total offense and UCLA became bowl eligible for the first time in four years with a 44-20 victory over Colorado on Saturday...
— Oregon State kicker Everett Hayes missed a 38-yard field goal in the second overtime after nailing a 60-yarder at the end of regulation and Cole Becker's 43-yarder ...
— Over the course of three weeks it's been coming together for Oregon quarterback Anthony Brown Jr.
The Paul Bunyan trophy -- and a possible playoff spot -- is up for grabs in Michigan, while Georgia and Florida clash in Jacksonville. And those are only two storylines in a loaded Week 9 slate.
— Chase Garbers passed for two touchdowns and broke the school record for career rushing yards by a quarterback, leading California past Colorado, 26-3, on Saturday.
— An Arizona team that owns the nation's longest losing streak was just the salve the Colorado Buffaloes needed.
Following Oregon's loss to Stanford on Saturday, the conference is in disarray, and it seems like the Pac-12 will be left out of the CFP yet again.
After apologizing to a photojournalist for pushing a camera during a loss Saturday, Colorado's Karl Dorrell apologized to the Buffaloes on Monday, saying he knows he has "to have better composure" as a head coach in the Pac-12.
Colorado AD Rick George apologized on behalf of Buffaloes coach Karl Dorrell for shoving a photojournalist's camera after a blowout loss Saturday, with Dorrell himself issuing an apology Sunday.
— Drake London's big plays helped Southern California snap out of its doldrums while keep the Colorado Buffaloes mired in their malaise.
What can the Longhorns and Sooners expect as they prep for their first Big 12 road games since announcing their move to the SEC? We talked to players and coaches who've been in that position, and they don't expect it to be pretty.
— Rachaad White said there were times that Colorado's defense was loading the line of scrimmage on Saturday night, daring Arizona State to beat them with throws downfield.