Oregon State at Arizona
When: 1:30 p.m. Saturday
Where: Arizona Stadium
Latest Line: Wildcats by 5½
Weather at kickoff: 79 and sunny
On the air: Pac-12 Network (Comcast 421/720, Dish 406/409, Charter Spectrum 332/452), radio KEX (1190) and KPOJ (620).
What’s at stake
An interesting matchup for two programs with second-year coaches attempting to get things going. For Oregon State (3-4, 2-2 Pac-12), a win means the Beavers will have a .500 record during November for the first time since 2013. Arizona (4-4, 2-3) has lost three consecutive games, fired its defensive coordinator, and appears at a crossroads. The winner has realistic bowl berth hopes, while the loser is probably all but out of the chase. The Beavers have had their best performances on the road this season, winning at UCLA and California, and losing by three at Hawaii.
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North Carolina’s defense was a presence, and it made life painful for QB Quentin Harris and got past Duke’s offensive line for a total of five sacks for a loss of 29 yards. It was a group effort with four picking up 1.5 sacks apiece.
North Carolina’s win lifted them to 4-4 while Virginia’s defeat dropped them down to 5-3. A couple offensive stats to keep an eye on: The Tar Heels are stumbling into the game with the third fewest rushing touchdowns in the nation, having accrued only four on the season. Virginia has experienced some offensive struggles of their own as they are eighth worst in the nation in rushing yards per game, with only 105.5 on average. Looks like yards on the ground might be a bit hard to come by this week.
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