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UNDATED (AP) — The No. 25-ranked Oregon Ducks face their second-ranked opponent of the season when No. 12 Brigham Young makes his first trip to Autzen Stadium since 1990 on Saturday. Oregon has won 29 consecutive non-conference home games, the second-longest active streak in FBS, including seven against ranked teams. Bo Nix had five touchdown passes against Eastern Washington last week after throwing two interceptions in Game 1 against Georgia. BYU won all five games against Pac-12 teams last season, including two against ranked teams. Jaren Hall is 7-1 as a starting quarterback against ranked teams.

UNDATED (AP) — Perhaps no Pac-12 team has worked harder on the transfer gate than Southern California. The Trojans have 33 players who have previously played at other four-year colleges on their roster, including starting quarterback Caleb Williams. About half of the starting QBs of the Football Bowl Subdivision’s 131 teams in this season’s openers did not initially attend their current schools. That includes 32 of the 65 Power Five teams, 19 of which are first-year transfers.

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