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Pac-12 football: Tribune Power Rankings

Published September 25, 2012 6:15 pm
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1. Oregon (4-0)

The Ducks' defense carried Oregon in 49-0 rout of Arizona.

2. Stanford (3-0)

Will play only two home games in the next six weeks.

3. USC (3-1)

Holes in offensive line continue to expose Trojans.

4. Oregon State (2-0)

In two games, Beavers have beaten two ranked teams.

5. Arizona St. (3-1)

Sun Devils were dominant in every way against Utah.

6. Arizona (3-1)

Wildcats will debut copper helmets against OSU; must display mettle.

7. UCLA (3-1)

Bruins offense came back to earth last week, but trip to Boulder should be good tonic.

8. Washington (2-1)

Toughest stretch of the season begins against Stanford.

9. California (1-3)

Bears couldn't make a dent against USC.

10. Utah (2-2)

Everything was broken for Utes at Arizona State.

11. Colorado (1-3)

Buffs pulled off stunning upset, earning Jon Embree some long-lost respect.

12. Washington State (1-3)

Mike Leach's rebuilding effort is far from even beginning.




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