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Week 2 game times announced for the Pac-12 slate

Six games are set — will we make it to Saturday will all six still intact?

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The Pac-12 football slate is set to commence for Week 2. Even though we saw two games cancelled and four teams with a season-opening performance, optimism runs wild for a full slate of games this weekend.

The Pac-12 football season continues with

No. 20 USC (1-0) squaring off against Arizona (0-0) at 12:30 pm (3:30 pm ET)
Colorado (1-0) facing Stanford (0-1) at 12:30 pm (3:30 pm ET)
No. 11 Oregon (1-0) takes on Washington State (1-0) at 4:00 pm (7:00 pm ET)
Cal (0-0) hosts Arizona State (0-1) at 7:30 pm (10:30 ET)
Utah (0-0) heads to UCLA (0-1) at 7:30 pm (10:30 ET)
Oregon State (0-1) travels to Washington (0-0) at 8:00 pm (11:00 ET)

The season-opening slate saw Utah and Cal cancel their games with Arizona and Washington, respectively, as the Utes and Golden Bears were unable to field the requisite number of student-athletes without positive COVID-19 tests or contact-tracing.

Stanford were also without starting quarterback Davis Mills and starting wide receiver Connor Wedington in their game against Oregon due to contact-tracing protocols.

We’ll await news from Stanford regarding their status for Week 2.

The USC Trojans stood pat at No. 20 in the AP Top 25 polls after coming from behind to defeat Arizona State while the Oregon Ducks jumped a few spots in each the AP Top 25 and Coaches Poll to No. 11 and No. 12, respectively.

The Pac-12 is back and Pac-12 After Dark is in full effect.