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Pac-12 power rankings: Oregon, OSU 1-2; Utes hold at No. 10

Published October 16, 2012 3:15 pm
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1. Oregon (6-0)

Ducks No. 3 in initial BCS standings, good position for title bid.

2. Oregon St. (5-0)

DT Scott Crichton leads nation with eight sacks in five games.

3. USC (5-1)

Silas Redd has 10 career 100-yard rushing games, seven at Penn State.

4. Arizona State (5-1)

QB Taylor Kelly: 308 yards, five TDs in rout of Colorado.

5. Stanford (4-2)

Cardinal split back-to-back OT games, beating Arizona and losing at Notre Dame.

6. UCLA (5-2)

Interception vs. Utah was Bruins' 11th, tying for league high.

7. Washington (3-3)

League's No. 2 pass defense (172.7 yards) will be tested at Arizona.

8. California (3-4)

Keenan Allen: 11 catches, 166 yards in win at Washington State.

9. Arizona (3-3)

Wildcats need some wins to validate their offensive production.

10. Utah (2-4)

Sean Sellwood, nation's leading punter (48.0), benefits from offense's struggles.

11. Colorado (1-5)

Tight end Nick Kasa: 11 receptions, 20.9-yard average in new position.

12. Washington State (2-5)

Cougars allowed 318 rushing yards in loss to Cal.

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