PALO ALTO, CA - SEPTEMBER 15: Stanford Cardinal head coach David Shaw runs on to the field with his team before their game against the USC Trojans at Stanford Stadium on September 15, 2012 in Palo Alto, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
The latest college football odds have been released, and the Pac-12 slate might be filled with potential upset bids this week. Who will rise to claim the throne?
Stanford -7 at Washington: The Cardinal opened as touchdown favorites to beat the Huskies, which seems about right. Stanford hasn't really beaten anyone by a lot this season, and Washington is generally a tough out at home. The Huskies haven't been particularly consistent, but their offense can get moving if it gets the right push.
UCLA -21.5 at Colorado: The Bruins have had their on and off moments and Colorado is fresh off a win. But UCLA still should be far superior to the Buffs on both sides of the football.
Arizona State +2 at Cal: Shocker line of the week. The Sun Devils have had some dominant performances this season and will now take on a struggling Cal defense. ASU has had trouble converting on the road though, and the Bears generally play much better at home than on the road.
Oregon State +3 at Arizona: Shocker line of the week 32. Arizona clearly experienced all sorts of bad luck this week; they're much better than they showed. But apparently the Beavers haven't shown Vegas enough to give them the respect they seem to have earned from their early performances.
Oregon -28 at Washington State: The best team in the conference probably takes on the worst. Look on the bright side Cougars, this line used to be two touchdowns higher. Leach effect!