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Pac-12: Ducks, Beavers 1-2 in power rankings

Published October 30, 2012 2:30 pm

College football • Utes move up to No. 9 with win over Cal
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1. Oregon (8-0)

Ducks have scored 42-plus points in 11 straight games.

2. Oregon State (6-1)

Loss to Huskies hurts, but Beavers still can win Pac-12 North title.

3. Stanford (6-2)

Stepfan Taylor struggled vs. WSU, but needs only 96 rushing yards for his third 1,000-yard season.

4. Arizona (5-3)

Wildcats have won five in a row vs. UCLA, including a 48-12 rout last season.

5. USC (6-2)

Even if they lose to Oregon, Trojans can win South title with some help.

6. UCLA (6-2)

Johnathan Franklin: 3,711 career rushing yards, 20 shy of school record.

7. Arizona State (5-3)

Visits to OSU, USC will determine if Sun Devils stay in race.

8. Washington (4-4)

Huskies great at home, but outscored 146-41 in three road games.

9. Utah (3-5)

Utes are 10-0 when John White rushes for 100 yards.

10. California (3-6)

Performance vs. Utah graded "F" by San Jose Mercury News.

11. Washington State (2-6)

Yes, Cougars lost to Colorado, but they're better than No. 12.

12. Colorado (1-7)

Average margin of last four losses: 40.5 points.