Coach Mac, Colorado fans to learn about 2013 Buffs together … for now

The Colorado football team returns 18 starters and 14 other players with starting experience.

But first-year head coach Mike MacIntyre said he has “no idea” what the talent level in the program is and won’t get a feel for what’s in the cupboard until he sees the Buffaloes roam on the practice field.

That process begins on Thursday when spring drills open on the CU practice fields.

MacIntyre doesn’t have a depth chart and will not assign positions until the end of spring. The coaching staff is also going to ease the players into their new schemes.

All six quarterbacks currently on the roster will be given a chance to compete for the starting job over the first eight practices. At that point the crowded field will be narrowed to three candidates with freshman-to-be Sefo Liufau joining the fray this summer.

“Every position is wide open,” MacIntyre said during a press conference on Tuesday in the bowels of the Dal Ward Center.

Practices are also open to the public and the media. But for how long? MacIntyre said he will have to close the sessions if observers tweet, blog or post video of any of the action.

“Just come watch,” MacIntyre said. “Get a feel for it.”

I attended a San Jose State practice last week at Spartan Stadium. There were two or three fans watching from the cheap seats, and I was the only reporter who conducted interviews when the practice was over.

The interest in the CU football program compared to the interest in the Spartans in the Bay Area, is like the competition jump from the dying WAC to the Pac-12.

I predict the policy lasts a week or two before the gates are closed again.

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CU Buffs middle of the Pac in latest power rankings

With two weeks remaining in the Pac-12 regular season there are four teams within one game of first place and six teams within two games of the top spot.

The Buffs are currently sixth in the standings with some NCAA Tournament “Bracketologists” predicting six Pac-12 teams will get into the field. I think the number will be five when the dust settles, which means Colorado needs a strong finish to avoid another disappointing Selection Sunday at Tad Boyle’s house.

Here are my Pac-12 rankings entering CU’s critical Bay Area swing:

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1/2 Arizona (23-4, 11-4) — It just feels like the Wildcats are going to win the regular-season title. Up next: Wednesday at USC.

2/1 Oregon (22-6, 11-4) — Ducks are 6-3 in true road games and 3-1 vs. ranked teams this season. Up next: Thursday vs. Oregon State.

3/5 Cal (18-9, 10-5) — Bears are 7-1 since falling to 3-4 in conference play after Jan. 27 loss in Boulder. Up next: Thursday vs. Utah.

4/3 UCLA (20-7, 10-4) — Bruins tied for first in the loss column after big road win against rival Trojans. Up next: Wednesday vs. Arizona State.

5/4 Arizona State (20-8, 9-6) — Sun Devils’ NCAA dreams could be made or broken in Hollywood this week. Up next: Wednesday at UCLA.

6/6 Colorado (18-8, 8-6) — Buffs will have to win out to get a top-four seed at the conference tournament. Up next: Wednesday at Stanford.

7/8 Stanford (16-12, 7-8) — This is a difficult team to figure out. Buffs need a Stanford sweep. Up next: Wednesday vs. Colorado.

8/9 Washington (15-13, 7-8) — The basketball version of the Apple Cup is rotten this season. Up next: Sunday vs. Washington State.

9/7 USC (12-15, 7-7) — Bob Cantu has done a good job, but you get the feeling the Trojans will hire a big name. Up next: Wednesday vs. Arizona.

10/11 Utah (11-15, 3-11) — If you watch the Utes closely, Larry Krystkowiak has the program headed in the right direction. Up next: Thursday at Cal.

11/10 Oregon State (13-15, 3-12) — Craig Robinson’s team finding creative ways to lose every week. Up next: Thursday at Oregon.

12/12 Washington State (11-17, 2-13) — Eight consecutive losses for the Cougars. Up next: Sunday at Washington.

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Midseason Pac-12 power rankings


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1/3 Arizona (19-2, 7-2) — Sean Miller and Mark Lyons are a dangerous combination. Up next: Wednesday vs. Stanford.

2/1 Oregon (18-4, 7-2) — Ducks bring two-game losing streak into matchup with Buffs. Up next: Thursday vs. Colorado.

3/4 Arizona State (17-5, 6-3) — Herb Sendek goes from hot seat to Pac-12 coach of the year front-runner. Up next: Thursday vs. Cal.

4/2 UCLA (16-6, 6-3) — Bruins lose first battle of Los Angeles to rival USC. Up next: Thursday vs. Washington.

5/7 Stanford (14-8, 5-4) — Cardinal followed up lopsided loss in Boulder with three wins in eight-day span. Up next: Wednesday at Arizona.

6/5 Colorado (14-7, 4-5) — Computers still say this is a top-25 team. Up next: Thursday at Oregon.

7/8 Cal (13-8, 5-4) — Bears can roar into the race with two wins in the desert. Up next: Thursday at Arizona State.

8/6 Washington (13-9, 5-4) — Huskies are only 8-5 at home this season. Up next: Thursday at UCLA.

9/9 USC (9-13, 4-5) — Probably a good thing the Buffs don’t play the Trojans in L.A. this season. Up next: Thursday vs. Washington State.

10/12 Utah (10-11, 2-7) — Larry Krystkowiak is making strides with this once proud program. Up next: Wednesday at Oregon State.

11/10 Washington State (11-11, 2-7) — Picked too high (10th) in preseason media poll. Up next: Thursday at USC.

12/11 Oregon State (11-11, 1-8) — Craig Robinson’s approval rating at an all-time low in Corvallis. Up next: Wednesday vs. Utah.

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Behind enemy lines: Scouting the Huskies

Todd Dybas, the Washington beat writer at the Tacoma News Tribune, answers five of my questions about the Huskies ahead of Colorado’s first game in Seattle as a member of the Pac-12:

RT: What has led to the improved play for Washington? How did this team go from losing to Albany and Nevada at home to winning three consecutive road games to begin Pac-12 play?

TD: A variety of things, not the least of which is health. Against Albany, the Huskies lost starting guard Scott Suggs just 90 seconds into the game when he received a concussion. They were already missing Shawn Kemp Jr., who, coming out of fall camp, was projected to be a starter before injuring his knee. Against Nevada, Washington still wasn’t complete, with backup guard Andrew Andrews out. Regardless, Washington should have won each game and those were bad losses. In the last three, the Huskies did what they didn’t do earlier in the year: defend and rebound. C.J. Wilcox can fill it up offensively, but him averaging eight rebounds a game the last three and Washington winning those three is not coincidence.

RT: This is CU’s first trip to Seattle as a member of the Pac-12. What should the Buffs expect the atmosphere to be like at Alaska Airlines Arena late tonight?

TD: In past years, the atmosphere here has been excellent. Arizona coach Sean Miller said at Pac-12 media day that he thought this was the toughest place to play in the conference. I’ve been covering the team since 2008 and the attendance and noise level have each gone done year over year. The crowds for this year’s non-conference schedule were the poorest I’ve seen. The late start could be helpful since traffic makes it difficult to get here for 7 p.m. tips. The counter to that is it could be too late for families and 9-5 workers. Washington is averaging 7,466 fans at home in a 10,000-seat arena.

RT: UCLA’s Ben Howland said Washington is “leading the league” in his mind with a 3-0 road record. Cal’s Mike Montgomery said “I don’t know that they’re a top-three team.” Are the Huskies contenders or pretenders?

TD: Million-dollar question. I think both have valid points. Conference road wins are liquid gold. But, the three teams Washington beat certainly appear to be ones that will be floundering in the bottom half of the conference. I think we’ll get a much better read on them against Colorado, which I still feel is one of the top teams in the conference. I don’t think Washington is a top-three team, but do think it could be in the top five which may narrowly be enough to get into the NCAA Tournament.

RT: What about CU concerns Lorenzo Romar?

TD: Length, rebounding and the fact that things have been bumpy for the Buffs the past couple weeks. He expects an irritated Colorado team that is more than ready to go Wednesday night. He’s also trying to get his guys to realize how early in conference play it is. So, you have a wounded team coming into a place to face a team fighting against any hint of complacency as a result of recent success. Though, in talking to the Washington players right after the Stanford win, you don’t get any sense of satisfaction.

RT: Is C.J. Wilcox just hot right now or is he going to keep this up and be in the mix for Pac-12 player of the year at the end of the season?

TD: He’s not hot, he’s just good. Wilcox has stepped into his role as Washington’s main scorer with comfort and consistency. He’s been an efficient scorer much of the season. Last year, Tony Wroten scored a lot, but was exceptionally inefficient in doing so. That’s not the case with Wilcox. He’s added a bit of dribble-drive to his game, too. The high-post offense really works for him since he’s someone who uses screens all the time to get open shots. Washington repeatedly runs pindowns for Wilcox with seven-foot center Aziz N’Diaye often setting the screen. That constantly frees Wilcox, who has quick feet, something often overlooked about his game.

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UCLA Bruins rise, CU Buffs slip in latest Pac-12 power rankings


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1. UCLA (14-3, 4-0) — Ben Howland has Bruins back in national polls and on top of Pac-12 standings with nine consecutive wins. Up next: Thursday vs. Oregon State.

2. Oregon (14-2, 3-0) — Dana Altman is a terrific coach. Ducks deliver home sweep of Arizona schools. Up next: Thursday at USC.

3. Arizona (15-1, 3-1) — It suddenly looks like the Wildcats will have to claw their way to the regular-season title. Up next: Saturday at Arizona State.

4. Washington (11-5, 3-0) — Huskies begin conference play with three road wins for first time since 1912. Tonight vs. Colorado.

5. Arizona State (14-3, 3-1) — Herb Sendek wisely added NBA experience (Eric Musselman and Larry Greer) to his staff during offseason. Up next: Saturday vs. Arizona.

6. Colorado (11-5, 1-3) — The hole could get even deeper in Seattle if Buffs don’t return to November form. Up next: Tonight at Washington.

7. Cal (10-6, 2-2) — Allen Crabbe makes the Bears somewhat dangerous. Saturday at Stanford.

8. USC (7-10, 2-2) — The Bob Cantu era begins. Up next: Thursday vs. Oregon.

9. Stanford (10-7, 1-3) — Cardinal sin: This team can’t shoot. Up next: Saturday vs. Cal.

10. Oregon State (10-6, 0-3) — Nothing like starting conference play with three home losses. Up next: Thursday at UCLA.

11. Washington State (9-7, 0-3) — Another terrible offense. Up next: Tonight vs. Utah.

12. Utah (8-8, 0-4) — Utes would also be last in the Mountain West. Up next: Tonight at Washington State.

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Pac-12 power rankings, Week 1


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1. Arizona (14-0, 2-0) — The Wildcats don’t care how they win as long as they keep winning. Up next: Thursday at Oregon.

2. Oregon (12-2, 1-0) — Dana Altman’s team has delivered on the road with wins at UNLV and Oregon State. Up next: Thursday vs. Arizona.

3. UCLA (12-3, 2-0) — The talented Bruins are starting to figure things out, which is scary for the rest of the conference. Up next: Thursday at Utah.

4. Arizona State (13-2, 2-0) — Herb Sendek is off the hot seat and in early contention for Pac-12 coach of the year. Up next: Thursday at Oregon State.

5. Colorado (10-4, 0-2) — The Buffs will have to enjoy some home cooking this week and fix their road woes soon to climb out of this hole. Up next: Thursday vs. USC.

6. Cal (9-5, 1-1) — Allen Crabbe might be the best player in the conference. Up next: Tonight vs. Washington.

7. Washington (9-5, 1-0) — Huskies stay on the road after opening conference play with a rivalry win in Pullman. Up next: Tonight at Cal.

8. Oregon State (10-4, 0-1) — We’ll find out if Beavers are possible contenders or still pretenders this week. Up next: Thursday vs. Arizona State.

9. USC (6-9, 1-1) — Trojans are disappointing. Again. Up next: Thursday at Colorado.

10. Stanford (9-6, 0-2) — Cardinal looks like a team interested in defending its NIT title. Up next: Tonight vs. Washington State.

11. Washington State (9-5, 0-1) — The Cougars aren’t good at basketball either. Up next: Tonight at Stanford.

12. Utah (8-6, 0-2) — It’s easy to put the improved Utes here until they start winning close conference games. Up next: Tonight vs. UCLA.

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CU Buffs Andre Roberson is Pac-12 POW

Andre Roberson has been named the Pac-12’s player of the week after scoring 17 points and grabbing a career-high 20 rebounds to lead Colorado to a 50-43 victory at Fresno State last Wednesday night.

Askia Booker was named the conference’s player of the week after earning most valuable player honors at the Charleston Classic last month.

Roberson shot 7-of-12 from the field with three assists and one steal during the Buffs’ first road win of the season.

The 6-7 forward’s final rebound came off a missed free throw by Spencer Dinwiddie. Roberson was then fouled and knocked down a pair of free throws to ice the game with 26 seconds left.

“One thing we’ve had trouble with in the past is finishing games. We did a good job tonight,” Roberson told me after the game at the Save Smart Center. “This was a good start for us as far as closing out road games.”

CU is practicing around final exams this week ahead of Friday’s game against Northern Arizona at the Coors Events Center (6:30 p.m., Pac-12 Networks).

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Talking No. 19 Colorado Buffaloes, undefeated Wyoming Cowboys

Ian McMackin from the GoWyoGo Rivals website sent me some questions to answer about No. 19 Colorado’s game against Wyoming on Saturday in Laramie. Here is the exchange:

IM: Compare this year’s Colorado Buffaloes basketball team with last year’s outfit. Any similiarities? Which team is ahead comparing these exact points in the early season?

RT: Last year’s Buffs had great leadership from seniors Carlon Brown (the Pac-12 Tournament MVP) and four-year starters Nate Tomlinson and Austin Dufault. This year’s team is almost exclusively made up of Tad Boyle recruits and the talent level and depth is worthy of the to-25 ranking. CU’s 2011-12 season will always be remembered for the run they made in Los Angeles (winning four games in four nights to earn the conference’s automatic bid) and for upsetting UNLV at the Pit. But last year’s team was a shaky 5-4 after the home loss to Wyoming and finished fifth (tied with UCLA) in the Pac-12. This year’s team already has three quality wins at the Charleston Classic and should be a strong contender in the Pac-12 during the regular season.

IM: What are the strengths of the 2012-13 Colorado basketball team? The weaknesses? The top players to look out for against Wyoming? Is CU deserving of their national ranking?

RT: Strengths/top players: It all starts with Andre Roberson, a 6-7 junior forward who led the Pac-12 in rebounding last season and led CU in rebounding, blocks and steals the last two seasons. He’s one of the best defensive players in the country. Starting sophomore guards Askia Booker and Spencer Dinwiddie are a problem for most teams. Booker can get his own shot and has proven to be a clutch scorer in tight games. Dinwiddie, a 6-6 point guard (and still growing), frustrated some of the best point guards in the country (including Murray State preseason All-American Isiah Canaan) on the defensive end in Charleston. Josh Scott (6-11, freshman), the headliner of Boyle’s top-25 recruiting class, is as good as advertised and will be a first team, All-Pac-12 type when he gets some experience. Weaknesses? Just a little inexperienced and poor perimeter defense in the last two games. Also need to improve assist-to-turnover ratio. I voted CU 17th in the AP poll last week because, so far, they’ve earned it.

IM: What’s your thoughts on the Wyoming basketball team in the early part of year two under Larry Shyatt? What are your expectations for UW this season? What is your opinion about the direction the program is heading under Shyatt?

RT: Wyoming has played a very weak schedule to date but that has probably allowed Shyatt to get a team with a lot of newcomers some confidence and experience. I know Boyle hasn’t been able to develop as much depth off the bench as he would like because the Buffs have been in five heated games. What has impressed me this season is the strength of the Mountain West from top to bottom. Air Force was terrific in the first half in Boulder on Sunday. CU has a huge showdown with Colorado State next week and a dangerous road trip to Fresno State. The Cowboys should be a factor in a conference that will likely send four and maybe five teams to the NCAA Tournament.

IM: CU head coach Tad Boyle said CU should have the emotional edge versus Wyoming on Saturday. How much will last year’s defeat to the Cowboys play in as motiviation? Will the road environment at Wyoming serve as a challenging obstacle?

RT: It has helped CU’s preparation. The returning players are very focused on the scouting report for Wyoming after taking a blowout win over Texas Southern for granted and escaping with a double-overtime win on Tuesday. Once the game starts, last year’s result won’t matter at all. However, it will be interesting to see how the Buffs, particularly the four true freshmen in the rotation, react to their first road game of the season if a large, hostile crowd shows up in Laramie.

IM: Compare or contrast the Mountain West vs PAC 12 in basketball. Which league is stronger? How do you feel CU would matchup against the top programs in the MW like UNLV, San Diego State, and New Mexico?

RT: Historically, the Pac-12 is one of the great conferences in the country with the ACC and Big East. Arizona and UCLA have as much history as anyone. But players leaving early for the NBA draft and transferring out of places like UCLA at a high rate have hurt the Pac-12. CU entered the conference at the perfect time. Ironically, even though conference realignment has hurt the Mountain West in football, it appears that the conference is stronger than ever at basketball. Anybody miss TCU hoops? Anyone noticed how bad Utah is lately? Anyone ever heard of Boise State basketball until their win over Creighton? Five years ago CU would have been near the bottom of the Mountain West. Right now they’d have a chance to win the Mountain West along with the programs you mentioned. So far, the Mountain West is the better conference in RPI again, for whatever that’s worth. The Buffs have found a great home and much more national attention in the Pac-12.

IM: Make a prediction for Saturday night’s game between both the undefeated Cowboys and Buffaloes? What are the keys for both teams to victory? What are the key player matchups?

RT: Boyle said it’s much harder to speed the game up than to slow it down. The Buffs would win a track meet easily. Shyatt and Derrious Gilmore will make sure this game is played in the 50s or 60s like Wyoming’s 65-54 win last season, which is the key for the Cowboys. The key for the Buffs is to weather the emotional storm and perform like they did in Charleston. I think the Texas Southern game really woke the Buffs up and they’re used to playing strong competition already. It’s going to be difficult for Luke Martinez to make 3-pointers over Dinwiddie, although it’s also going to be difficult for Scott to deal with a grown man like Leonard Washington. Roberson and Larry Nance Jr. are both athletic freaks of nature worth the price of admission. Should be fun. CU escapes the Arena-Auditorium with a 67-60 victory.

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Pac-12 predictions from No. 1 (Notre Dame) to No. 124 (Colorado)

After a tough 3-3 effort (didn’t see that spectacular defensive effort by the Cardinal coming) last week, it’s time for the Under the Rim prediction machine to get back on track.

This week’s schedule sets up beautifully for the Pac-12 with all of the unranked teams serving as a Thanksgiving weekend hord d’oeuvre today before for a delicious main course of ranked vs. ranked matchups on Saturday.

A quick rewind:


My prediction: Men of Troy win, 34-30. Actual outcome: Men of Troy trounced, 38-28.

Washington State at Arizona State

My prediction: Sun Devils win, 38-21. Actual outcome: Sun Devils win big, 46-7.

Stanford at Oregon

My prediction: Ducks pass Kansas State in BCS standings with 45-31 win. Actual outcome: Ducks pass Kansas State in BCS standings with 17-14 (OT) loss.

Arizona at Utah

My prediction: Utes get fifth win, 45-38. Actual outcome: Utes suffer seventh loss, 34-24.

Cal at Oregon State

My prediction: Beavers beat Bears, 34-24. Actual outcome: Beavers beat up Bears, 62-14.

Washington at Colorado

My prediction: Huskies hold off pesky Buffs, 37-24. Actual outcome: Huskies hammer pathetic Buffs, 38-3.

And a this week’s predictions:

Today’s games

Arizona State Sun Devils (6-5, 4-4) at Arizona Wildcats (7-4, 4-4) at Arizona Stadium in Tucson, Ariz. (8 p.m., ESPN)

Rich-Rod caps off a strong debut season in the desert with a rivalry win. Wildcats prevail, 38-31.

Washington Huskies (7-4, 5-3) at Washington State Cougars (2-9, 0-8) at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Wash. (1:30 p.m., Fox)

Mike Leech could really use a celebratory swig out of the Apple Cup. The Huskies aren’t going to let that happen as the dogs beat another bad team on the road, 31-20.

Utah Utes (4-7, 2-6) at Colorado Buffaloes (1-10, 1-7) at Folsom Field in Boulder (1 p.m., FX)

The Buffs will play inspired football today. The Utes will play uninspired football today. And Utah still wins, 30-17.

Saturday’s games

No. 5 Oregon Ducks (10-1, 7-1) at No. 16 Oregon State Beavers (8-2, 6-2) at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, Ore. (1 p.m., Pac-12 Networks)

The Beavers should have been rooting for Stanford last week. The Ducks are angry birds and win the Civil War 48-30 to keep their BCS title hopes alive.

No. 11 Stanford Cardinal (9-2, 7-1) at No. 15 UCLA Bruins (9-2, 6-2) at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. (4:30 p.m., Fox)

Two very good teams coming off emotional victories. Defense wins this Pac-12 championship game preview. Cardinal 24, Bruins 20.

No. 1 Notre Dame Irish (11-0) at USC Trojans (7-4, 5-4) at L.A. Coliseum in Los Angeles (6 p.m., ABC)

It all there on a silver platter for Brian Kelly and the boys from South Bend. Alabama, Kansas State and Oregon all lost. USC’s defense is awful. Matt Barkley is out. And strange things happen to teams ranked No. 1 in the BCS standings this time of year. Trojans pull the upset, 33-28.

Idle: Cal

My season record: 61-22 (.735)

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Pac-12 predictions, Charleston edition

CHARLESTON, S.C. — I’m here between ACC and SEC country covering basketball.

But after a perfect week, Under the Rim still has time to make Pac-12 football predictions sure to go about 75 percent right.

Check out last week’s 6-0 run:

Utah at Washington

My prediction: Huskies win third straight, 24-20. Actual outcome: Huskies won third straight, 34-15.

Oregon at Cal

My prediction: Ducks beat up Bears, 56-17. Actual outcome: Ducks beat up Bears, 59-17.

UCLA at Washington State

My prediction: Bruins take care of business, 41-20. Actual outcome: Bruins took care of business, 44-36.

Arizona State at USC

My prediction: Trojans turn things around, 45-24. Actual outcome: Trojans turned things around, 38-17.

Oregon State at Stanford

My prediction: Cardinal escapes with 27-24 win. Actual outcome: Cardinal escaped with 27-23 win.

Colorado at Arizona

My prediction: Wildcats win big, 44-21. Actual outcome: Wildcats won big, 56-31.

And today’s predictions:

No. 21 USC Trojans (7-3, 5-3) at No. 17 UCLA Bruins (8-2, 5-2) at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. (1 p.m., Fox)

USC isn’t going to win the national championship and Matt Barkley isn’t going to win the Heisman Trophy. But the Trojans will still play for the Pac-12 title after a mild 34-30 upset over the Bruins in this South Division championship game.

Washington State Cougars (2-8, 0-7) at Arizona State Sun Devils (5-5, 3-4) at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz. (1 p.m., Pac-12 Networks)

Sun Devils get bowl eligible with a 38-21 win over the Pirate’s sinking ship.

No. 14 Stanford Cardinal (8-2, 6-1) at No. 1 Oregon Ducks (10-0, 7-0) at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Ore. (6 p.m., ABC)

This should be a classic game for the North Division. And the Ducks will pass Kansas State (No. 1 in the BCS standings) with their most important win to date, a 45-31 victory over the Cardinal.

Arizona Wildcats (6-4, 3-4) at Utah Utes (4-6, 2-5) at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City (8 p.m., ESPNU)

Utes need to win this game and beat the Buffs to get bowl eligible. Utah takes the first step with a 45-38 win.

Cal Bears (3-8, 2-6) at No. 15 Oregon State Beavers (7-2, 5-2) at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, Ore. (8:30 p.m., Pac-12 Networks)

Beavers chop the Bears, 34-24.

Washington Huskies (6-4, 4-3) at Colorado Buffaloes (1-9, 1-6) at Folsom Field in Boulder (11:30 a.m., FX)

CU should play its best game of the year, but there isn’t enough talent on this team to compete in the Pac-12. Huskies win 37-24.

Idle: None.

My season record: 58-19 (.753)

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