Week Four Pac-12 Predictions: Sunday’s Games

Oregon State @ Washington State (1:00, Live Stream)

Washington State showed some tenacity, battling back from a double digit deficit to almost beat Oregon on Friday. Now they face a much tougher test with Scott Rueck’s Beavers coming to town.

Winner: Oregon State

Arizona @ USC (2:00, Live Stream)

Both teams are coming off losses on Friday. Arizona looked much better at times against UCLA, as Kama Griffitts returned to give the Wildcats a threat from three. But the guess here is Southern Cal will not be pleased after dropping a game to Arizona State that they probably should have won.

Winner: USC

Utah @ California (2:00, Live Stream)

Cal battled back against Colorado after being down by as many as 16 in the first half. If they can contain Wicijowski and Plouffe, they should win handily.

Winner: California

Oregon @ Washington (2:00 Pac-12 Networks)

Paul Westhead and his Ducks finally secured their first Pac-12 win on Friday at Washington State. If Jazmine Davis is still out (head), Oregon may have a shot for two straight in Washington.

Winner: Washington

Arizona State @ UCLA (2:00)

After a huge win at USC, ASU will take their pressuring defense to Westwood, to face Cori Close’s Bruins. They’ll likely need to hold UCLA to under 60 if they hope to win.

Winner: UCLA

Colorado @ Stanford (4:00, Pac-12 Networks)

In their first meeting, CU found themselves down 17-2 before they gained some traction and actually outscored the Cardinal in the second half. Simply put, after a really tough loss in Berkeley, Colorado will have to make shots in Maples if they want to steal a game in the Bay Area.

Winner: Stanford

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