College Football Scores Update: USC vs. UCLA, Oregon vs. Utah and more


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dated: 2022-11-20 04:39:15 .

South Carolina quarterback Spencer Rattler (7) crawls past Tennessee defensive end Tyler Baron (9) during their game Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022, in Columbia, SC (AP Photo/Artie Walker Jr.).

With Rivalry Week on the horizon next week, perhaps the best teams in college football are looking ahead.

No. 5 Tennessee was defeated 63-38 by South Carolina in the biggest upset of the day. The Vols defense was helpless against the Gamecocks’ prolific passing game.

Meanwhile, no. 2 Ohio State, no. 3 Michigan and no. 4 TCU survived some close calls Saturday.

Ohio State fended off a furious late rally by Maryland to win 43-30, Michigan beat Illinois 19-17 on a field goal with 9 seconds left, and TCU beat Baylor 29-28 on its last-second field goal.

Even No. 1 Georgia had an unconvincing 16-6 win against Kentucky. In the end, they all made it into the final weekend of the regular season with high stakes.

But tonight, the spotlight shifts to the Pac-12.

USC is the conference’s only team left in the College Football Playoff race, and its challenging final stretch begins Saturday night with a trip across town to UCLA.

There’s also another great matchup in Eugene as Oregon hosts Utah, with significant Pac-12 title implications on the line.

Time: 10:30 PM ET | TV: ESPN | Line: Utah -1.5 | Total: 61.5

Like the USC-UCLA game, this Pac-12 matchup in the title race is huge. Both Utah and Oregon are 6-1 in conference play, a half game behind 7-1 USC and a game ahead of UCLA and Washington, both 5-2.

QB injuries factor heavily into this one. While Utah QB Cam Rising appears to be back after missing a game a few weeks ago, Oregon’s Bo Nix is ​​much more of a question mark. He appeared to injure his foot or ankle late in the heartbreaking loss at Washington. The coaching staff has not commented on Nix’s status, but the fact that Oregon went from a 3-point favorite to a 1.5-point underdog on Wednesday night speaks volumes. If Nix doesn’t go, Ty Thompson will win this key matchup.

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