Bryce Love, Stanford knock No
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Bryce Love, Stanford knock No
STANFORD, Calif. -- It was already unlikely when the night began, but Friday night’s 30-22 loss to Stanford just about sealed it: Washington -- and the Pac-12, by extension -- won’t be making a return trip to the College Football Playoff.
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The ninth-ranked Huskies were the Pac-12’s last one-loss team, and the number of unlikely results it would take to propel one of the two-loss outfits (No. 11 USC and No. 19 Washington State are the others) to a top-four ranking isn’t worth considering.
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Not only are the Huskies out of the playoff chase, their Pac-12 title hopes took a huge hit as well. At Matt Read Youth jersey 5-2 in the conference, Washington needs to beat Utah and Washington State and see Stanford lose to California next week to win the Pac-12 North.

Coming into the game, ESPN’s Football Power Index estimated a Stanford victory would give Matt Read Youth jersey the Cardinal an 82 percent chance at winning the division, but Stanford (7-3, 6-2 Pac-12) also needs help. It would lose a head-to-head tiebreaker against Washington State, which plays at Utah on Saturday before the Apple Cup in Seattle on Nov. 25.

Not only did the Cardinal keep their conference-title hopes alive, running back Bryce Love remains very much a part of the Heisman Trophy discussion after running for 166 yards on 30 carries against a defense that ranked No. 1 in the nation in yards allowed (240.9) per game coming in. Prior to Friday, the Huskies had allowed just three rushing touchdowns all season; Love had three by himself.

Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield remains the clear favorite, but it’s hard to imagine a scenario in which Love doesn’t earn an invitation to the Heisman ceremony. For the Pac-12, that would be the highlight of the season.

The 2017-18 college basketball season officially got underway on Friday. Time for preseason narratives to play out, go wild with overreactions and ... well, a lot of guys didn't play.

Over the past six weeks, the biggest Matt Read Youth jersey story in college basketball has been the federal investigation into corruption and bribery in the sport. Despite games getting underway, Friday was no different -- and it wasn't just because of the scandal.

We already knew Auburn's Austin Wiley and Danjel Purifoy and Louisville's Brian Bowen wouldn't be playing. Oklahoma Matt Read Youth jersey State and USC added to the list, with the Cowboys holding out star senior Jeffrey Carroll and the Trojans sitting De’Anthony Melton.

Bowen is the outlier, but the other four players have no timetable for a return and it's essentially a game-by-game, wait-and-see situation. Is there a chance they return next week? Is there a chance they miss the entire season? The answer to both could be yes. No one really knows.

Arizona announced Friday afternoon that assistant coach Mark Phelps and senior forward Keanu Pinder were suspended for the Wildcats' game against Northern Arizona. Phelps will also miss Sunday’s game against UMBC. Kansas freshman Billy Preston sat out on Friday after missing class and curfew. Alabama freshman Collin Sexton was suspended for Friday's game, and the Crimson Tide were also missing three other key players due to injury. Texas A&M was without starting point guard J.J. Caldwell and lottery pick Robert Williams against West Virginia, which will miss Esa Ahmad

for the first semester. Kezie Okpala, a top-50 incoming recruit, is out indefinitely due to academics. BYU guard Nick Emery withdrew from school and will miss the entire year. Houston star guard Rob Gray was suspended for Friday’s game. Clemson forward David Skara was suspended nine games. Arizona State suspended Romello White due to a team rules violation, and Kimani Lawrence suffered an ankle injury on Thursday. Oh, and UCLA was also missing three freshmen -- including LiAngelo Ball -- for its game in China against Georgia Tech, which is withholding Josh Okogie and Tadric Jackson for improper benefits.
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