— An Arizona team that owns the nation's longest losing streak was just the salve the Colorado Buffaloes needed.
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- Arizona starting QB McCloud done for season
- Bruschi tabbed as adviser to alma mater Arizona
- Arizona hires ex-U-M DC Brown to lead defense
- Arizona makes Pete Carroll's son O-coordinator
Arizona quarterback Jordan McCloud will miss the rest of the season because of knee and ankle injuries.
— Brittain Brown burst up the middle, lost his footing and planted his hand in the ground to keep his balance. Barely breaking stride, he kept going for a 48-yard touchdown.
It's a race to the bottom when No. 1 UMass and No. 2 UConn collide in Saturday's battle of the beatens.
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.
UConn is still winless, but the Huskies earned a victory of sorts by coming oh, so close against Wyoming. A drubbing by Coastal Carolina makes UMass our new Bottom 10 leader.
— Third-ranked Oregon had a fast start and a big finish against Arizona.
Arkansas and Texas A&M meet for just the third time as ranked opponents, while the city of Chicago hosts Notre Dame against Wisconsin during Week 4.
Winless Florida State took its rightful place on our list, and while we were sleeping on Saturday, the Pac-12 made its way to the Bottom 10.
— Northern Arizona freshman quarterback RJ Martinez took the final snap and dropped to a knee on the final play. Lumberjacks streamed across Arizona Stadium. One even did a backflip.
— Zach Wilson watched his alma mater begin a new chapter without him.
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