Local College Football Roundup: Stanford's Last Chance To Make Playoff ImpressionStanford and Notre Dame play what amounts to be a playoff elimination game, as both the Cardinal and Irish need a win to remain on the radar as the season comes to a close. USC and UCLA will do battle for the Pac-12 South division championship as well.
Local College Football Roundup: Stanford Looks For Big Win In Big Game Vs. Cal To Keep Playoff Hopes AliveThe Pac-12 appears to be climbing a steep uphill battle to the College Football Playoff, but Stanford can remain in the hunt with a win against Cal.
Local College Football Roundup: Is Pac-12 Already In Danger Of Missing College Football Playoff?The Pac-12 could be in a dangerous spot in the College Football Playoff if the first batch of rankings are any indication. Last year proved the first rankings mean very little, but the Pac-12 still is living on the edge.
Local College Football Roundup: Can Anyone Catch Utah in Pac-12 South?Utah's loss at USC seemingly opened the door in the Pac-12 South, but can anyone make a run to give the Utes a serious run?
Local College Football Roundup: Cal Among Pleasant Surprises In Pac-12's First HalfThe first half of the Pac-12 season has not been short on stories. From USC making a coaching change, to the rise of Utah and Cal and fall of Oregon, the Pac-12 has had a little bit of everything to discuss at the midpoint of the season.
Local College Football Roundup: USC's Coaching Vacancy Should Be Watched By All In Pac-12With USC parting ways with Steve Sarkisian, USC now enters a job search that could be a game changer for the Trojans and the entire Pac-12.
Local College Football Roundup: Sacramento State Hope For Payback vs. Montana Statehe Hornets visit Bobcat Stadium this week looking to offer some payback for a high-scoring 59-56 loss in Sacramento last season.
Local College Football Roundup: Barry Sanders Jr. Turning a Corner At StanfordDon't call him Barry Sander Jr. Instead, call Stanford's maturing running back Barry J., as he is beginning to show he is his own person on the playing field as Stanford's offense comes together.