Pac-12 Notes – Utah Week

November 21st

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Rivalry Week Pac-12 odds: Colorado not a 30-point underdog for the first time in a month

From VegasInsider.com

The Pac-12 … 

Friday, November 25th 

  • Arizona State at Arizona … 1:00 p.m., MT, FS1 … Arizona is a 3.5-point home favorite …
  • No. 17 UCLA at Cal … 2:30 p.m., MT, Fox … Cal is a 10.5-point home underdog … 

Saturday, November 26th

  • No. 10 Oregon at No. 22 Oregon State … 1:30 p.m., MT, ABC … Oregon State is a 7.0-point home underdog … 
  • No. 14 Utah at Colorado … 2:00 p.m., MT, Pac-12 Networks … Colorado is a 29.5-point home underdog …
  • No. 13 Notre Dame at No. 5 USC … 5:30 p.m., MT, ABC … USC is a 6.5-point home favorite …
  • No. 12 Washington at Washington State … 8:30 p.m., MT, ESPN … Washington State is a 2.5-point home underdog … 
  • BYU at Stanford … 9:00 p.m., MT, FS1 … Stanford is a 6.5-point home underdog

USC back in Associated Press Top Five for the first time since 2017

From ESPN.com … USC moved into the top five of The Associated Press college football poll Sunday for the first time in five years.

Georgia again received 62 of the 63 first-place votes in the AP Top 25 as the top four teams held their places after playing varying degrees of close games Saturday.

No. 2 Ohio State received the other first-place vote. Michigan was No. 3 again, followed by TCU.

The fifth-ranked Trojans moved up two spots after a thrilling victory over rival UCLA. The last time USC was ranked in the top five was September 2017, when it started at No. 4 but spent most of the season ranked in the teens before finishing 12th.

Lincoln Riley’s first season as USC coach has produced one of the best turnarounds in the country, with the Trojans going from four wins to 10 and the regular-season finale against No. 13 Notre Dame and a Pac-12 championship game still to go.

“If you would have told me at the end of last season I would be here now with this group of guys and being able to play for a championship, I would have called you a dead liar. Just being completely honest,” USC fourth-year wide receiver Kyle Ford told reporters after the UCLA game. “I’m just so thankful for everyone on this team.”

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