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Brown throws for 3 TDS and No. 7 Oregon downs Colorado 52-29

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Anthony Brown Jr. threw for 307 yards and three touchdowns, and No. 7 Oregon amassed a season-high 568 total yards in a 52-29 victory over Colorado. Travis Dye ran for two touchdowns and caught another for the Ducks, who extended their winning streak at Autzen Stadium to 17  games. Brendon Lewis threw for 224 yards and three TDs for the overmatched Buffaloes.

Garbers leads California past Oregon State 39-25

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Chase Garbers threw one of his three TD passes one play after California partially blocked a punt and the Golden Bears beat Oregon State 39-25. The key point in the game came in the closing seconds of the third quarter with Cal leading by seven points when Garbers connected on a 38-yard TD pass to Trevon Clark after the deflected punt to make it 31-17. The Beavers lost for the second time in three games and fell a game behind rival Oregon in the Pac-12 North.

Opportunistic Washington State beats Arizona State 34-21

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Jayden de Laura accounted for three touchdowns and Washington State forced five turnovers in a 34-21 win over Arizona State. The Cougars were at their ball-hawking best in the first half, forcing four turnovers. Washington State’s offense capitalized, scoring 24 points after Arizona State turnovers for its first win since coach Nick Rolovich was fired on Oct. 18 for not complying with the state’s vaccination mandate. The Sun Devils got off to an abysmal start coming off a bye week, turning it over on their opening three drives, including twice on the first three plays.

Morris’ late TD lifts Washington past Stanford 20-13

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — Dylan Morris threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Jalen McMillan with 21 seconds remaining, lifting Washington past Stanford 20-13. Sean McGrew ran for 114 yards on 19 carries to pace Washington’s best game of the year running the ball. Cameron Davis added 99 yards on 18 attempts to help the Huskies (4-4, 3-2 Pac-12) pile up a season-high 230 yards on the ground. Peyton Henry matched his career-high with four field goals. Stanford has lost three straight since knocking off then-No. 3 Oregon.