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Tribune Pac-12 Power Rankings
1 - Stanford (1-0)
Defense has recorded a takeaway in 25 straight games.
2 - Oregon (2-0)
Ducks have totaled five 100-yard rushing efforts in two games.
3 - Washington (1-0)
Thanks to bye, Huskies in AP Top 25 for consecutive weeks; first time since 2003.
4 - UCLA (1-0)
Bruins ransacked Nebraska’s defense with 653 total yards last September.
5 - Arizona State (1-0)
QB Taylor Kelly’s last four games: 13 touchdowns, zero interceptions.
6 - Washington State (1-1)
Cougars welcome Southern Utah in home opener.
7 - Utah (2-0)
Utah State may make Utes look good all season.
8 - Arizona (2-0)
Ka’Deem Carey: 16 carries, 171 yards vs. UNLV in return from suspension.
9 - Colorado (2-0)
Paul Richardson: 10 or more catches, 200-plus yards in each game.
10 - Oregon State (1-1)
Ten players caught Sean Mannion’s passes vs. Hawaii.
11 - USC (1-1)
Defense is too good for USC to be No. 12.
12 - California (1-1)
Bears allowed 30 points to lower-tier Big Sky team.
Oregon State 18
Arizona State 17
Washington State 9
Six, going the other way
Washington State cornerback Damante Horton produced his team’s only touchdown in a 10-7 upset of USC by returning an interception 70 yards late in the first half. There was a lot of that going around in the Pac-12 last weekend.
Arizona and Colorado each returned two interceptions for touchdowns against UNLV and Central Arkansas, respectively. Colorado’s Jered Bell grabbed a deflected pass and went 79 yards for a score early in the fourth quarter, when Central Arkansas was leading 24-17 and driving. The Buffaloes beat their FCS opponent 38-24.
In addition, Utah’s Mike Honeycutt returned a fumble for a touchdown against Weber State.
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