Thearon W. Henderson
This week's college football schedule likely means clearer standings and clinched conference spots all around the country, but it's the Pac-12 that has the two biggest games. Follow @SBNationCFB
The Pac-12 championship game could be all but set this weekend, with the winner of Stanford-Oregon moving within a game of clinching a spot and USC-UCLA's winner guaranteed to go, but of course each is even bigger than that. The Ducks have national title hopes on the line, the Bruins can give their archrival its most disappointing season in at least 49 years (USC started at No. 1 in 1963, but finished unranked -- they're currently No. 18), USC hopes to redeem its dream season with a Rose Bowl and Stanford has a whole lot of revenge angst stored up.
But wait! There's more!
The SEC is on its annual November SoCon patrol (make your jokes, but the minute we turn our backs on the SoCon ... ), Ohio State and Wisconsin play in a game that technically means nothing but still means a lot, the last-ever WAC title could be decided, Oklahoma puts a number of points on West Virginia that only exists in theory, Ole Miss-LSU is good times for all and the top teams (besides the Ducks) coast. Sorry for jinxing, top teams.
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