— Max Borghi scored on a 2-yard run with 1:30 left in the game as Washington State came back to beat Stanford 34-31 on Saturday in what was possibly the last game for WSU coach Nick Rolovich because of his refusal to get a COVID-19 vaccination.
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— Jack Jones stepped in front of the receiver, caught the ball and held it out with one hand. Just before he hit the ground, the Arizona State defensive back caught a glimpse of Deandre Pierce and tossed it to his teammate for a spectacular touchdown.
Penn State and Iowa meet for the first time as top-five foes, while Texas and Oklahoma prepare for one of the Big 12's last Red River Rivalries. And those are just two among a Week 6 slate loaded with must-watch games.
Following Oregon's loss to Stanford on Saturday, the conference is in disarray, and it seems like the Pac-12 will be left out of the CFP yet again.
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— Stanford's comeback victory that stunned Oregon was enough of a roller-coaster that coach David Shaw felt the need to apologize to his parents and any other fans older than 70 for the emotional toll.
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— When the game was on the line, Dorian Thompson-Robinson wasn't going to allow UCLA to lose.
— The Stanford Cardinal finally are heading home to play in front of fans in their own stadium, and they're taking a two-game winning streak with them.
Texas leapt Oklahoma, Texas A&M and Ohio State to climb within the top five, while Stanford and South Carolina also rose.
— After Nathaniel Peat broke a tackle and turned the corner, the Coliseum collectively gasped as the speedy Stanford tailback sprinted all the way down his sideline.
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Following its loss to Kansas State, Stanford has changed starting quarterbacks, switching from Jack West to Tanner McKee ahead of Saturday's game vs. USC.
— Skylar Thompson set the tone for Kansas State when the quarterback put his left shoulder down and bulled into the end zone for the first of his two touchdown runs as the Wildcats opened the season with a 24-7 win over Stanford on Saturday.
Oregon jumped into the top five while Oklahoma fell after another decommitment, but Penn State stays at No. 1.
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