Pac-12 Football Preview: Week 3

Before the games kickoff we’ll let you know where your favorite Pac-12 teams are playing that week and also rank all the games taking place. If the need arises we’ll designate which team in the match-up should be on upset alert.

Number two USC and Matt Barkley travel to Palo Alto Saturday taking on 21 Stanford. Photo Credit: Rich Barnes-US PRESSWIRE

All times are pacific.

Pac-12 Game of the Week

Who: 2 Southern California Trojans (2-0) @ 21 Stanford Cardinal (2-0)
What: Pac-12 North versus South showdown in Palo Alto
When: Saturday, September 15th at 4:30 pm
Where: Stanford Stadium/Palo Alto, California
Why: I’ve selected it as the Pac-12 game of the week but it might be the national game of the week (even if College Game Day is in Knoxville for Florida at Tennessee)
TV: FOX

Games You’re Watching Anyway

Friday, September 14:

  • Washington State Cougars (1-1) @ UNLV Running Rebels (0-2), 6:00 pm (TV: ESPN)

Saturday, September 15:

  • California Golden Bears (1-1) @ 12 Ohio State Buckeyes (2-0), 9 am (TV: ABC)
  • Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles (2-0) @ 4 Oregon Ducks (2-0), Noon (TV: Pac-12 Network)
  • Arizona State Sun Devils (2-0) @ Missouri Tigers (1-1), 4 pm (TV: ESPN2)
  • 25 BYU Cougars (2-0) @ Utah Utes (1-1), 7 pm (TV: ESPN2)
  • Houston Cougars (0-2) @ 22 UCLA Bruins (2-0), 7:30 pm (TV: Pac-12 Network)

Alumni/Friends and Family Mainly Interested

Saturday, September 15:

  • Portland State Vikings (1-1) @ Washington Huskies (1-1), 1 pm (TV: FX)
  • Colorado Buffaloes (0-2) @ Fresno State Bulldogs (1-1), 5 pm (TV: CBS Sports Network)
  • South Carolina State Bulldogs (1-1) @ 24 Arizona Wildcats (2-0), 7:30 pm (TV: Pac-12 Network)

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  • markodin92

    Yeah I think the USC/Stanford game will be the game of the week. It’ll be interesting to see how Stanford does without Andrew Luck, but I hope they can keep the game close against the Trojans. Before the game, I’ll be using my Hopper’s GameFinder app to flip through all available games on TV. The app lets me see live scores, set reminders and record upcoming matchups without missing the game on TV. A coworker at Dish told me about this feature and it’s helped me keep track of my favorite teams. I’m a CU fan and I hope they can beat Fresno State because it’s going to be a long, winless season if they don’t find a way to win.

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