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Pac-12 Power Rankings
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1. Oregon (9-0)

QB Marcus Mariota's last three games: 39 of 49, 486 yards, seven TDs, no interceptions.

2. Oregon State (7-1)

Beavers' opponents have converted only 24.1 percent of third-down plays.

3. Stanford (7-2)

Ed Reynolds has intercepted five passes, returned three for touchdowns.

4. UCLA (7-2)

Brett Hundley completed 16 straight passes vs. Arizona, one shy of Rick Neuheisel's school record.

5. USC (6-3)

A third consecutive loss would create the Trojans' longest streak since 2001.

6. Arizona (5-4)

QB Matt Scott questionable for Colorado with concussion, likely back for Utah next week.

7. Washington (5-4)

Austin Seferian-Jenkins leads the country's tight ends with 48 receptions.

8. Arizona State (5-4)

Sun Devils have outscored opponents 111-27 in first quarter, but have lost leads in three Pac-12 games.

9. Utah (4-5)

WSU's negative rushing yardage was first such production for a Utah opponent since 1981.

10. California (3-7)

Bears have to deal with Oregon now, and QB Zach Maynard is injured.

11. Colorado (1-8)

Buffs have had 18 players make their first career starts this season.

12. Washington State (2-7)

Coach Mike Leach's postgame antics at Utah merit Cougars' demotion to No. 12.

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