USC, Arizona eye Pac-12 South title runs ahead of showdown


Friday's Best Bets: Fading a bad Orange o-line

By Rotoworld We are one sleep away from another college football Saturday, but Friday’s slate is jam packed with four intriguing matchups. (Getty Images) Via:: Yahoo Sports NCAA Football       

Virginia looks to get back on winning track vs Duke

By The Associated Press An anemic offensive performance last weekend at Miami not only knocked Virginia out of the Top 25, it also dropped the Cavaliers from their perch atop the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Coastal Division. Virginia now is bracing for a visit from another division contender this weekend. The Cavaliers Via:: Yahoo Sports NCAA Football       

Tulsa-Cincinnati Preview

By The Associated Press Coach Luke Fickell was in Columbus in 2009, getting Ohio State ready for the bowl season, while Cincinnati was knocking off Pitt and wrapping up an undefeated regular season. The 21st-ranked Bearcats (5-1, 2-0 American Athletic) will honor that team Saturday when they host Tulsa (2-4, 0-2), looking Via:: Yahoo Sports NCAA Football       

Boise St.-BYU Preview

By The Associated Press Both teams will have questions at quarterback when the Broncos travel to Provo to face the Cougars on Saturday night. Boise State (6-0) may be without freshman standout Hank Bachmeier, who left last week’s win over Hawaii with an apparent hip injury. Coach Bryan Harsin has declined to give updates Via:: Yahoo Sports NCAA Football       

Arizona-USC football game preview


Baylor-Oklahoma St. Preview

By The Associated Press After its come-from-behind, 33-30 double-overtime victory over Texas Tech, No. 18 Baylor is a four-point underdog at Oklahoma State. ”They’re coming off a bye week, we’re going to their homecoming, there’s a lot of things that are stacked against us, and we’ll just to try to Via:: Yahoo Sports NCAA Football       

Army visits Georgia State looking to end 2-game skid


Miami to face Georgia Tech, matchup of Coastal's bottom pair


Texas Tech, Iowa State meet amid Baylor memories for both

By The Associated Press Though they would never admit it, Texas Tech coach Matt Wells and Iowa State’s Matt Campbell might spend a moment thinking about Baylor when their teams meet Saturday. For Wells, the memory is too fresh of a play that wasn’t ruled a fumble by the Bears in overtime in the Red Raiders’ loss Via:: Yahoo Sports NCAA Football