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The Tribune's Pac-12 Power Rankings

Published November 13, 2012 5:40 pm
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1. Oregon (10-0)

Ducks No. 1 in AP Poll for second time in school history, matching 2010 season.

2. Stanford (8-2)

Cardinal completed home schedule 6-0; one home loss in three seasons.

3. UCLA (8-2)

Bruins are only 11-9 vs. USC when ranked higher than Trojans.

4. Oregon State(7-2)

Storm Woods ran for 94 yards vs. Stanford's No. 1 rushing defense.

5. USC (7-3)

Trojans have won 12 of last 13 meetings with UCLA.

6. Arizona (6-4)

Ka'Deem Carey/Austin Hill second duo in school history with 1,000 rushing/receiving yards.

7. Washington (6-4)

Sophomore Bishop Sankey topped 1,000-yard mark with 162-yard night vs. Utah.

8. Arizona State

Sun Devils rank second to Stanford in the country with 40 sacks.

9. Utah (4-6)

John White needs 239 yards for another 1,000-yard season, facing Pac-12's worst two defenses.

10. California (3-8)

Cottonwood's Isi Sofele produced two longest runs vs. Oregon this season, 31 and 35 yards.

11. Colorado (1-9)

DE Will Pericak has started a school-record 47 straight games.

12. Washington State (2-8)

QBs Connor Halliday (1,705) and Jeff Tuel (1,670) have nearly same yardage.




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