Oftentimes, the most exciting college football Saturdays are the ones you least expect. On a day without a single game between two ranked teams, the sport provided us an all-day marathon of dramatic finishes, culminating with No. 11 Oregon's 44-41 double-overtime win at Arizona.
With both teams playing for control of their Rose Bowl fate, the Ducks and Wildcats staged a classic Pac-10 shootout, but Oregon QB
It was a heartbreaking night for Arizona fans (especially those that prematurely hatched their celebration). The loss ensures the Wildcats (6-4, 4-3 Pac-10) will go another year as the Pac-10's lone team never to reach Pasadena.
Oregon (9-2, 7-1), on the other hand, is now set to host an epic Thursday night Civil War against rival Oregon State (8-3, 6-2) on Dec. 3. The winner heads to the Rose Bowl to take on Ohio State. Here's hoping it's even half as thrilling as Saturday night's duel in Tucson.