USC fans mutilate a Stanford Tree piñata before Saturday's game between the teams at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The rejunvinated Trojans beat the Cardinal, 20-17, before 93,607, which included Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin (photo after the jump).
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ESPN's Allison Williams talks with UCLA's Myles Jack, the linebacker/running back who scored four touchdowns in Friday night's victory over 41-31 victory over Washington. The photographers from Image of Sport were at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. There are more images after the jump and you can view the complete portfolio by clicking here.
Brigham Young honored 22 seniors in festivities before Saturday's game against Idaho State at Provo. Then the Cougars brushed aside the Bengals, 59-13, in cold, snowy and rainy conditions. Wiz correspondent Greg Laughlin braved the conditions to file several images, and you can see more after the jump. View Greg's complete album by clicking here.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: The hottest picker in the business is Hlastradamus, who is a sizzling 12-3 the last three weeks. What's up his sleeve for Saturday? He's liking the Wisconsin Badgers to bury the Indiana Hoosiers.
Double D, Boston Herald: Baylor's offense draws all the headlines, but its defense ranks in the top 10 nationally. The Bears are 27-point favorites over Texas Tech, but that shouldn't be a problem. Baylor should have that covered by halftime. Lay the points.
Scott Siepker returns after one week in ESPN exile and tackles clock stoppage after first downs, the pointless two-minute warning and fantasy football. And it wouldn't be complete without a shot at the Bugeaters.