October 1, 2016:  Oregon Ducks head coach Mark Helfrich talks with Oregon Ducks quarterback Terry Wilson Jr. (3) before the game between Oregon Ducks and the Washington State Cougars at the Martin Stadium in Pullman, Washington. (Photo by Steve Conner/Icon Sportswire)
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Mike Finger, the Texas beat writer for the San Antonio Express-News, nails this regarding the complications surrounding the future of Longhorns coach Charlie Strong.

Oregon, which takes a 12-game winning streak against Washington into Saturday’s game against the Huskies, is suffering from a program slump under coach Mark Helfrich that was inevitable.

Washington receiver John Ross has recovered from two knee injuries and his speed is bringing a dangerous element to the Huskies’ offense.

Baylor remains one of two undefeated teams in the Big 12 and the Bears as a contender for the College Football Playoff is the CFP committee’s worst nightmare.

Speaking of nightmares, the Big 12 will experience one Saturday as its showcase rivalry – Texas vs. Oklahoma – is overshadowed by another game in the Lone Star state as Tennessee and Texas A&M is a top 10 battle in College Station.

Two college insiders, speaking as sources to Jake Trotter of ESPN.com, claim that the future of the Big 12 can be saved if Oklahoma and Texas decide they want to.

USC freshman quarterback Sam Darnold has brought mobility to the position.

With basketball season fast approaching, here’s a great profile of the player that everyone but Duke fans loves to hate – junior Grayson Allen.

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