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Pac-12 football schedule: Washington vs. Oregon the game of the week

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

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Sean Reynolds, Block U: Utah and Stanford for obvious reasons. I hope the Utes can shock the world.

Chris Landon, UW Dawg Pound: UW / Oregon is the game of the year in the P12 to date. The storylines abound. UW has lost 9 straight to a team that they dominated for decades. Oregon is poised for a NCG run that UW could spoil. ESPN Gameday is visiting the brand new Husky Stadium. UW may be thrashed emotionally and physically after the Stanford bout. Arguably the P12s top performing D versus the P12s top performing O. This has everything you want in a rivalry game.

Jack Follman, Pacific Takes: Oregon at Washington is the big one for obvious reasons, but unfortunately for the Huskies, I think it is going to be more of the same, with Oregon winning comfortably. I think Oregon State at Washington State might be more interesting as both teams can really air the ball out and the winner will likely solidify themselves as the best team in the North after the Oregon/Stanford/Washington pack.

Jason Bartel, Arizona Desert Swarm: Oregon/Washington is the obvious pick here. Can the Huskies put together back-to-back great performances against another top five team? What will Mariota do against the UW defense? How loud will Husky Stadium be? Just a few of the reasons.

Noah, Addicted to Quack: Oregon at Washington. Oregon is going for 10 straight against their biggest rival outside of Oregon State. This is the best team Washington has had in years and I expect the crowd in Seattle to be a big factor in the game.

Josh Schlichter, Pacific Takes: Obviously Oregon at Washington takes the cake, but there are a couple of other games that will be interesting. Utah will definitely have a shot at beating Stanford and I can't wait to see the Ed Orgeron era start at USC. WSU-OSU should be fun as well.

Connor Pelton, Building the Dam: Oregon-Washington. First things first, I am psyched to watch College GameDay. Having Washington, Washington State, and Oregon fans in the same area for an extended period of time could make for great television. As far as the game itself goes, like we talked about earlier, it's time to find out if the Huskies are elite.

Phil Fraser, Ralphie Report: Oregon @ Washington. It's always a heated matchup, Gameday is in town, Washington gets another shot at the crown, And Oregon gets another chance to play football to a Yakety Sax soundtrack.