Found September 25, 2013 on
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The Pac-12 opens its first full slate of conference games this week and college football fans are in for some entertaining matchups.While there will be some blowouts, most of the games are evenly matched and as always in the Pac-12 there will be some surprises this week.Here are this week's Pac-12 games starting with the least competitive matchups and working up to the most exciting game of the week.California (1-2) at No. 2 Oregon (3-0): Oregon will dominate this one. Cal has freshman sensation Jared Goff at quarterback, but that won't be nearly enough against a Duck defense that is only giving up 9 points a game.Goff is averaging 435 ypg passing and has 7 TDs but Oregon's offense is averaging a whopping 672 ypg in total offense. Throw in the fact that Cal is surrendering 42 ppg to opponents, and this game will be over in the first quarter. This will be the only blow out in the Pac-12 this week. Ducks will roll in Autzen Stadium. Arizona (3-0) at No. 16 Washington (3-0)...
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If Cal quarterback Jared Goff has any jitters about his first start on the road, he sure isn't showing it.
Goff was cool about playing No. 2 Oregon in what is sure to be a raucous atmosphere at Autzen Stadium on Saturday night.
''Just a regular game in front of a bunch of crazy people,'' he said.
The freshman quarterback is having a sensational start to his...
California Golden Bears quarterback Jared Goff is leading the FBS in passing with 435.3 yards per game, and the Oregon secondary is taking that as a personal challenge.
Safety Erick Dargan told Rob Moseley of goducks.com, "When a team throws the ball like this, as a secondary we kind of feel like it's on us. Today we wanted to be a lot more aggressive. The ball in the air...
California coach Sonny Dykes sees a lot of similarities between the Golden Bears' offense and the one being run by No. 2 Oregon.
There is just one striking difference between the two teams.
The high-scoring Ducks are backed by a defense that has allowed only three touchdowns all season, leading to a trio of blowout victories.
Cal, on the other hand, has yet to hold an opponent...
Oregon's pick at quarterback in the 2014 recruiting class, Morgan Mahalak of Marin Catholic High in Kentfield, California, looked crisp and in command throwing the football in the Wildcats 56-7 victory over Tam this Saturday.
Playing only the first half in the blowout, Mahalak was 12-13 passing for 239 yards, including a 57-yard scoring toss to favorite target Andrew Celis....