A loss would be detrimental for both teams’ chances at bowl eligibility
Stanford’s David Shaw not focused on possible bowl games but going 1-0 at Colorado - SFChronicle.com
by: N/A — San Francisco Chronicle 7 Nov
The math is pretty simple for Stanford as it enters the final month of the season: Win two of the final four games and become bowl eligible. Anything less than that and the Cardinal will be destined to miss the postseason for the first time since...
by: N/A — NCAA: Cubuffs 6 Nov
While the most-important statistic of all may not show it, the Colorado Buffaloes' defense has continued
by: King Jemison — The Stanford Daily 6 Nov
The Daily’s King Jemison, Sally Egan and Shan Reddy talk Costello’s return, facing Montez and leadership.
by: @RJ_Abeytia — 247 Sports 5 Nov
Stanford's Head Coach talks about the week of recovery, getting away from the coaching grind, and the challenge the Buffaloes present Saturday in Boulder.
Bowl projections: Alabama-LSU has major implications for the Pac-12 if Oregon or Utah were to finish as a one-loss champ
by: Jon Wilner — Mercury News: Pac-12 Hotline 5 Nov
Oregon or Utah would have a better chance to reach the semifinals if LSU is the SEC champion. If Alabama wins the conference, the Tigers would be a strong at-large candidate.
by: charliefoy — SB Nation: Rule Of Tree 5 Nov
Charlie’s Cardinal Corner returns after the bye week
by: N/A — NCAA: Cubuffs 4 Nov
Colorado Buffaloes coach Mel Tucker isn't one to sugarcoat a situation.
by: Jon Wilner — Mercury News: Pac-12 Hotline 4 Nov
It’s worth addressing now that we’re into November and Oregon is without a blemish in conference play. The Ducks are on the brink — more precisely: they’re on the edge of th…
by: Associated Press — San Francisco Chronicle 3 Nov
Justin Herbert passed for 225 yards and threw three touchdown passes to Juwan Johnson in the second half, and No. 7 Oregon recovered from a slow start to cruise to its eighth consecutive victory, 56-24 over host USC on Saturday night. Freshman...