Week 11 Pac-12 Football Scores, Picks Recap, Quick Analysis

    Week 11 Pac-12 football scores, picks recaps, and quick game analysis.

    November 15, 2015

    Games In Order From Best To Worst

    Utah at Arizona

    Final Score: Arizona 37, Utah 30 2OT
    Pick: Utah 37, Arizona 27
    Line: Utah -6, o/u: 63

    In for an injured Anu Solomon, who left the game after taking a shot to the helmet, Jerrard Randall completed just one pass to his own team, and he made it count with a 25-yard scoring throw to Nate Phillips in the second overtime for a seven point lead. Utah couldn’t answer with the offense missing on a fourth down throw. Utah overcame a 20-10 deficit with two Travis Wilson touchdown passes including a 59-yard play to Harrison Handley, but Arizona came back with Solomon running for a six-yard score to tie it up with just over four minutes to play – neither team did anything until overtime. The two teams traded field goals in the first overtime, and it took just the one play for Arizona to all but knock out the Pac-12’s College Football Playoff hopes in the second overtime. The two teams combined for 18 penalties.

    Player of the Game: Arizona QB Anu Solomon completed 17-of-27 passes for 277 yards and two scores with a pick, and led the team with 86 rushing yards and a score on ten carries.

    Oregon at Stanford

    Final Score: Oregon 38, Stanford 36
    Pick: Stanford 45, Oregon 27
    Line: Stanford -10, o/u: 69

    Oregon survived by a batted ball on a two-point conversion to preserve the lead and the win. The Duck offense took the lead for good early in the second half on a 19-yard Royce Freeman touchdown run, and Vernon Adams cranked up the lead to 35-23 on a 49-yard Taj Griffin pass. Stanford got back in it on a three-yard Greg Taboada touchdown catch to pull within five, but Oregon came up with a 31-yard Aidan Schneider field goal with just over five minutes to play for an eight-point lead. Stanford stalled, but got one more shot with Kevin Hogan finding Taboada for a four-yard touchdown pass with ten seconds to play. Hogan was pressured on the conversion attempt, hurried his throw, and the ball was batted away. Stanford had the ball for over 42 minutes, but only outgained Oregon 506 yards to 436.

    Player of the Game: Oregon QB Vernon Adams completed 10-of-12 passes for 205 yards and two scores.

    Washington State at UCLA

    Final Score: Washington State 31, UCLA 27
    Pick: UCLA 37, Washington State 31
    Line: UCLA -9.5, o/u: 65.5

    Luke Falk found Gabe Marks for a 21-yard touchdown with just three seconds left to help Washington State pull out the win. UCLA appeared to take control with just over a minute to play on a 37-yard scoring run from Josh Rosen, but Wazzu went 75 yards in seven plays for the win. Falk left the game in the first half with an apparent head injury, but he came back in the second half and hit Marks with a four-yard touchdown pass along with the game-winning drive. Ka’imi Fairbairn hit four field goals for UCLA, and Jordan Payton caught 14 passes for 152 yards. UCLA outgained Washington State 554 yards to 426.

    Player of the Game: Washington State QB Luke Falk completed 38-of-53 passes for 331 yards and two scores with a pick.

    USC at Colorado

    Final Score: USC 27, Colorado 24
    Pick: USC 38, Colorado 21
    Line: USC -16, o/u: 61.5

    USC overcame a 17-6 halftime deficit with three Cody Kessler touchdown passes including a 36-yard play to JuJu Smith-Schuster in the fourth quarter to push ahead for good. Colorado got up on a four-yard touchdown run from Phillip Lindsay and a nine-yard scoring catch from Nelson Spruce, and made it close late on a Spruce punt return setting up a one-yard G. Frazier touchdown catch to pull within three. The USC D came up with one final stop to stall the final Buff drive at midfield. Colorado QB Sefo Liufau got knocked out of the game with a leg injury, and Cade Apsay stepped in completing 18-of-23 passes for 128 yards and two scores. USC outgained Colorado 333 yards to 281.

    Player of the Game: USC QB Cody Kessler completed 17-of-27 passes for 204 yards and three scores with a pick.

    Oregon State at California

    Final Score: California 54, Oregon State 24
    Pick: Cal 41, Oregon State 17
    Line: Cal -20, o/u: 57

    Jared Goff threw six touchdown passes with a 45-yarder to Tre Watson in the second quarter for a 24-3 lead. The big plays kept coming with three touchdown passes in the third quarter including two scoring passes to Maurice Harris from 13 and 29 yards out, but Oregon State put some points on the board with Nick Mitchell throwing two touchdown passes and running for another. The Bears scored the final ten points of the game including a Goff 11-yard touchdown pass to Malik McMorris for No. 6. The Bears finished with 760 yards of total offense.

    Player of the Game: California QB Jared Goff completed 26-of-37 passes for 453 yards and six touchdowns with a pick.

    Washington at Arizona State

    Final Score: Arizona State 27, Washington 17
    Pick: Arizona State 28, Washington 24
    Line: Arizona State -3, o/u: 54

    Washington scored the first 17 points of the game highlighted by a 29-yard Darrell Daniels touchdown catch, but then came the turnovers. The Huskies turned it over four times, and Arizona State took advantage with 27 unanswered points. Mike Bercovici found Devin Lucien for a 32-yard touchdown, Zane Gonzalez added two field goals, and Kalen Ballage took off for touchdown runs from three and 48 yards out. The Huskies outgained ASU 547 yards to 397.

    Player of the Game: Arizona State RB Kalen Ballage ran 11 times for 92 yards and two scores.


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