UTAH (1-1) at BYU (1-1)

LAVELL EDWARDS STADIUM

Saturday, 7:15 p.m.

UTAH STATE 1-1

BYE THIS WEEK

Next game: vs. Colorado State,Sept. 24, 6 p.m

WEBER STATE (0-2) AT SACRAMENTO STATE (1-1)

STEWART STADIUM

Saturday, 6 p.m.

TV: None

Radio: 1280 AM, 97.5 FM

All-time series: Weber State leads 10-5

About the Hornets: They have been in the news for beating Oregon State in Week 1, only to get thumped by SUU in Week 2. Sacramento State is 0-8 in Ogden.

SUU (1-1) at TEXAS SAN ANTONIO (1-1)

ECCLES COLISEUM

Saturday, 6 p.m.

TV: KMYU

Radio: 91.1 FM

All-time series: First meeting

About the Roadrunners: The WAC-members-to-be are led by former Miami coach Larry Coker, who is in his first season. UTSA lost to McMurry 24-21 last week.

DIXIE STATE 0-2

This week: vs. Simon Fraser

Kickoff: 6 p.m. Saturday

Update: Last week, QB Cody Stevenson threw for six TDs — but 3 were interception returns.

SNOW COLLEGE 2-0

This week: at Pima (Ariz.) Col.

Kickoff: 7 p.m. Saturday

Update: WR Damond Powell caught four passes for 131 yards and two touchdowns last week.

NATIONAL NOTES

Pac-12 all about the air attack

Mike Stoops has a lot of things to think about these days — his Arizona football team is in the middle of an Oklahoma State-Stanford-Oregon-USC sausage-grinder — but he's still pretty sharp with his statistics.

"We're completing 76 percent of our throws," he said with a sigh Tuesday on the Pac-12 coaches conference call, "and teams are completing 78 percent of theirs against us."

He was right on both counts. There are some arresting numbers being put up by quarterbacks, not only in the Pac-12 but elsewhere. Six quarterbacks in the league — Nick Foles, Marshall Lobbestael, Brock Osweiler, Matt Barkley, Keith Price and Andrew Luck — are completing 68 percent or better.

Sec teams are getting offensive, too

Some Southeastern Conference teams are leaving defense behind in their rush for more points.

The SEC once was known for its run-first attacks and strong defenses, but now more teams are implementing up-tempo, spread and no-huddle schemes designed to give offenses as many scoring opportunities as possible.

Some early developments are startling:

Seven SEC teams are averaging 40 or more points per game.

Arkansas has scored 103 points, the Razorbacks' highest total through two games since 1911.

Six players in the Auburn-Mississippi State game had more than 100 all-purpose yards.

The 87 combined points in South Carolina's 45-42 win over Georgia were the most in the history of the series.

Auburn coach Gene Chizik said schemes had undergone dramatic changes in the last decade as coordinators scrambled to stay ahead or just keep up.

—Deseret News wire reports