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Colorado reaches Pac-12 title game by holding off Utah, 27-22

Ninth-ranked Colorado won the Pac-12 South title Saturday with a 27-22 win over No. 21 Utah thanks to a senior-laden defense that forced two huge fumbles by Utes star running back Joe Williams. Cornerback Chidobe Awuzie also had a touchdown-saving tackle after a 93-yard kickoff return.

No. 3 Virginia bounces back from first loss for 75-64 men’s basketball win over UNC

Men’s Basketball: Malcolm Brogdon scored 17 points and No. 3 Virginia’s defense locked down in the second half to beat No. 12 North Carolina 75-64 Monday night in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Justin Anderson added 16 for the Cavaliers (20-1, 8-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), who responded to their first loss of the season by blowing open a tight game at halftime for an impressive road win.

Dominant defense propels USC past Utah

LOS ANGELES – Cody Kessler passed for 230 yards, Nelson Agholor scored the game’s only touchdown on an early 30-yard reception, and Southern California’s defense forced four turnovers in a 19-3 victory over Utah on Saturday. Andre Heidari kicked four field goals for the Trojans (5-3, 2-2 Pac-12), who persevered despite a daunting injury list for their second victory in three games under interim coach Ed Orgeron.

Pac-12 notes: QB Sefo Liufau gives Colorado hope for future

The future is now for the Colorado football team, or at least, it’s visible. The decision to burn freshman Sefo Liufau’s redshirt in the middle of the season will usher the Buffaloes toward 2014 while dedicating this season to getting the young quarterback some experience.

Erickson missed football so he’s back after a year off

Turns out Dennis Erickson found life without football pretty boring. The veteran college coach took a season off after he was let go by Arizona State in 2011, thinking maybe at that point he’d retire. But after sitting out and watching fall Saturdays pass him by, he decided he’d had enough.