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Pac-12 football predictions and schedule for every Week 13 game. Berths in the Pac-12 title game will be on the line as Washington and Washington State square-off in the Apple Cup, while Colorado hosts Utah. 


Neither Washington nor Washington State has won a conference championship since the early 2000s. When they meet for the 109th Apple Cup in Pullman this weekend, the Pac-12 North title will be on the line for the both the Huskies and Cougars. Washington comes in having won three straight in the series, and six of the last seven in a series they lead 70-32-6 all time. They also come in having dominated Arizona State last week, whereas the Cougars are coming off a tough loss to Colorado in Boulder.

If Washington State is going to pull off the upset, it’ll need better play than they got last week from Luke Falk. The junior signal-caller posted the worst completion perecentage of his career against the Buffaloes, as he went 26-of-53 while throwing three touchdowns and an interception. Falk missed last season’s showdown in Seattle due to a concussion, a game the Cougars lost 45-10, and will surely look to make up for his absence last year in this year’s game.

In Boulder, Colorado will welcome its second straight ranked opponent in Utah, who travels to face the top-1o Buffaloes team that continues to surprise the rest of the conference and the country. A win for Mike MacIntyre and crew would put Colorado in position to win their first ever Pac-12 championship. However, a loss to the Utes would knock them out of the title game and leave USC to face the winner of the Apple Cup.

The Trojans will end their regular season against rivals Notre Dame, as Sam Darnold and Co. look to extend their seven game winstreak. USC will be looking to repeat their performance the last time they played the Fighting Irish in Los Angeles, when Cody Kessler threw for six touchdowns in a 49-14 victory for the Trojans.

Below is the full Week 13 Pac-12 football schedule, as well as predictions for each game.

Week 13 Pac-12 Football Predictions & Schedule

Washington at Washington State

Date: Friday, November 25
Time: 3:30 PM
Location: Martin Stadium
Broadcast: FOX

Pick: Washington State
Preview and Score Prediction: Washington vs. Washington State

Arizona State at Arizona

Date: Friday, November 25
Time: 9:30 PM
Location: Arizona Stadium
Broadcast: ESPN

Pick: Arizona State
Preview and Score Prediction: Arizona State vs. Arizona

Notre Dame at USC

Date: Saturday, November 26
Time: 3:30 PM
Location: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Broadcast: ABC

Pick: USC
Preview and Score Prediction: Notre Dame vs. USC

Oregon at Oregon State

Date: Saturday, November 26
Time: 4:00 PM
Location: Reser Stadium
Broadcast: Pac-12 Network

Pick: Oregon
Preview and Score Prediction: Oregon vs. Oregon State

UCLA at Cal

Date: Saturday, November 26
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Memorial Stadium
Broadcast: ESPN2

Pick: Cal
Preview and Score Prediction: UCLA vs. Cal

Utah at Colorado

Date: Saturday, November 26
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Folsom Field
Broadcast: FOX

Pick: Colorado
Preview and Score Prediction: Utah vs. Colorado

Rice at Stanford

Date: Saturday, November 26
Time: 8:00 PM
Location: Stanford Stadium
Broadcast: Pac-12

Pick: Stanford
Preview and Score Prediction: Rice vs. Stanford

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