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Pac-12 power rankings

Published October 23, 2012 2:44 pm
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1. Oregon (7-0)

Ducks have scored 30-plus points in 20 straight games.

2. Oregon State (6-0)

School known as Oregon Agricultural College in 1907, when team finished 6-0.

3. USC (6-1)

Could have another shootout with Arizona, after winning 48-41 last season.

4. Stanford (5-2)

WSU won't even try to run against country's No. 4 rushing defense.

5. Arizona State (5-2)

Game vs. UCLA is critical, because trips to Oregon State, USC are next.

6. UCLA (5-2)

Bruins have 24 sacks in seven games, after posting 14 in 14 games in 2011.

7. Arizona (4-3)

Matt Scott No. 4 individually in total offense (374.3).

8. California (3-5)

Bears have picked off seven passes in last three games.

9. Washington (3-4)

Huskies deserve big drop after debacle in Tucson.

10. Utah (2-5)

League's No. 2 defense (332.8) needs help from other guys.

11. Colorado (1-6)

Buffs have allowed 50-plus points in consecutive games, and here come Ducks.

12. Washington State (2-5)

Cougars can say they're in top 10 in passing yards (322.3).

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