With both of the Pac-12's top-ten teams losing on Saturday, it looks like the conference will be left out of this year's College Football Playoff, no matter what happens these last two weeks. That's led people to wonder if the Pac-12 is digging itself a hole it can't climb out of by playing nine conference games rather than the more popular option of eight. Lindsay Schnell says in there that all coaches would vote for an eight-game schedule. I don't think that was true a year ago, but might be now. This year's been weird though. There are no dominant teams in college football, and the Pac-12 has become the victim of certain teams getting hot at the right time.
- Bob Baffert was at the game Saturday, and Steve Rivera has the details on possible names in the works for Baffert's horses and more
- Arizona moved up to 9th in ESPN's Pac-12 Power Rankings
- There's a basketball game Monday night. Here's what you should know before the Cats play Bradley
- Volleyball lost to Colorado in straight sets
- Women's basketball won their opener at Toledo
- One Tucson woman was in Paris during Friday night's attacks
- We may have a new Police Chief on Monday