Pac-12 football schedule: Stanford-USC, UCLA-Washington games of the week

Ezra Shaw

Stanford at USC and UCLA vs. Washington are your Pac-12 games of the week.

Which of the Pac-12 matchups this weekend are you most looking forward to and why?

Chris Landon, UW Dawg Pound: Stanford vs USC is the most intriguing to me in that Ed Orgeron could virtually guarantee himself the job with a W over Stanford (not to mention the irony of all of Duck Nation rooting for the Cardinal).

Jack Follman, Pacific Takes: Stanford at USC - this one has the potential to be very exciting. USC is long overdue to knock off the Cardinal and have the talent on defense to make it a low-scoring affair that gives them a chance to pull off the upset. This will also be a massive test to see if Ed Orgeron is in fact a sneaky candidate for the job, if the Trojans can pull it off, you have to start considering him.

Jason Bartel, Arizona Desert Swarm: I'm going to go with Washington at UCLA. Just seems like that game will be the closest and most entertaining.

Trevor Wong, Conquest Chronicles: Stanford at USC. Can the Trojans remain undefeated in conference play under Ed Orgeron? Will the Cardinal have a letdown after a big win at home? USC's run game has come around the last couple weeks and their defensive front has been solid most of the year, so it will be interesting to see how the line of scrimmage play pans out on both sides of the ball.

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