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Pac-12 TV Guide week five: Arizona State at UCLA Pac-12 game of the week

Avinash Kunnath & Jack Follman tell you which Pac-12 games to watch this week.

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1. Arizona State at UCLA - 4:30 PM FOX

AK: Two out of the last three years, this game ended up deciding who went to the Pac-12 Championship Game. Even if there's more competition these days, the stakes figure to be just as high this season.

JF: This wasn't doesn't look as good as it did going into the season, but I have a feeling that Arizona State might come out on fire with their backs against the wall. Plus, BYU showed that UCLA is still vulnerable, even at home.

2. Arizona at Stanford - 7 PM Pac-12 Networks

AK: It'll be fascinating to see how the spread and shred deals with a weakened Stanford front. Can the Wildcats score enough to race past the Cardinal defense in Palo Alto?

JF: Stanford is rolling and Arizona hasn't even gotten off the ground yet this season. Given Arizona's quarterback situation, it seems like this should be a comfortable win for Stanford, but don't forget that the Cardinal regularly keep teams in games and this could be another one of those against a hungry Arizona team.

3. Washington State at Cal - 1 PM Pac-12 Networks

AK: When these two teams met last season, they combined for 56 points in one quarter and 119 points overall. Sign me up for round 2.

JF: This game was ridiculous last year and while I don't expect it to be as crazy this year, you should still tune in if you love aerial attacks.

4. Oregon at Colorado - 7 PM ESPN

AK: The Buffs might be improving, but they haven't improved enough to stop the Quack Attack.

JF: This game just got a helluva lot more winnable for Colorado and is a major keep the wheels on the wagon game for the Ducks. All hell could break loose if they lose.