Ninth-ranked UCLA visits No. 10 Oregon on Saturday in the first game between two teams ranked in the top 10 at Autzen Stadium since No. 3 Oregon defeated No. 7 Michigan State in 2014.
The Ducks, who are coming off a bye, have a 22-game winning streak at home, third-longest active streak in the nation and one win away from tying the school record.
UCLA, also coming off a bye, is looking for its first win in Eugene since 2004. UCLA has a nine-game winning streak stretching back to last season.
Both teams are 3-0 in conference — the only Pac-12 teams that can say that at this point in the season. The winner will have a leg-up in getting to the Pac-12 Championship Game since the conference decided to pick those teams based on overall conference record, not divisional record.
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The game is so big, ESPN College Gameday will be broadcasting from Eugene Saturday.
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Oregon State is one win away from bowl eligibility for the second straight season.
The Beavers are coming off a 24-10 victory over Washington State last weekend. The Oregon State defense had six sacks in that game.
Colorado is coming off its first win of the season, a 20-13 victory in overtime over Cal.
The Buffaloes are playing under interim head coach Mike Sanford. Karl Dorrell was fired after Colorado opened the season 0-5.
Central Oregon Daily News contributed to this report.