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Matt Jones and his #4 Purdue Boilermakers continue the chug along to a B1G West division championship and possibly more following their 38-21 win over Nebraska on the road.


Things continue to click in Miami and the Dolphins were able to remain undefeated Sunday Night with a 35-19 win over the New York Jets. The acquisition of rookie WR J.C. Weldon seems to be just what the doctor ordered.


#12 Arizona bounced back in a big way following their surprising loss to the Utah Utes last weekend. Smacking the Colorado Buffaloes 45-10 behind an offensive explosion from QB Sam Parish and his weapons


Misfortune strikes again in Minnesota as the Vikings get beat down 45-11 by the Baltimore Ravens in their own house. On top of that, their already injury plagued team picked up four more injuries. Was that headline a stretch? Why yes...yes it was.
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    Week 6 PAC-12 Preview

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    With more than half of the PAC-12 teams on a bye this week there are only 2 conference games and 1 non-conference match up on the schedule. 


    Both conference games will take place in Saturday night prime time with all 3 remaining undefeated teams in action.  Undefeated Oregon State visits Washington while undefeateds square off in Tucson as Utah visits Arizona. 


    Washington looks to get back on track after back to back road losses at Oregon and Arizona. The Huskies will need a strong performance by QB Jake Davis to out dual Oregon State’s dual threat QB Julian Ralph.  This is Oregon State’s toughest road test so far and with Washington needing a win look for the Huskies to win a close one and hand the Beavers their first loss 23-20.


    For the Utes to win they are going to need SR QB Donald Culver to step up big against the talented Wildcat defense.  Arizona will rely on a balanced attack with QB Sam Parish and RB Shane Strong leading the way.  Culver has been outstanding this season but Arizona has home field advantage and pulls out a close win 24-20.  


    The UCLA Bruins will look to get back to .500 this week as the Eastern Washington Eagles visit the Rose Bowl. We expect the Bruins to get the job done and move to 2-2. 

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