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The Tribune's Pac-12 power rankings

Published November 20, 2012 3:08 pm
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1. Stanford (9-2)

Stepfan Taylor needs 43 more yards to become school's career rushing leader.

2. Oregon (10-1)

Michael Clay made 20 tackles vs. Stanford.

3. UCLA (9-2)

QB Brett Hundley's last three games: 63 of 79 (.797), 783 yards, seven touchdowns.

4. Oregon State (8-2)

Sean Mannion completed 24 of 35 passes for 325 yards and four touchdowns against Cal.

5. Arizona (7-4)

Matt Scott/Ka'Deem Carey/Austin Hill school's first 3,000/1,0000/1,000 trio in passing, rushing, receiving yards.

6. Washington (7-4)

Huskies No. 25 in BCS standings as Pac-12 matches SEC with six teams in top 25.

7. USC (7-4)

Trojans beat No. 1-ranked Notre Dame teams in 1938 and '64.

8. Arizona St. (6-5)

ASU leads nation with 47 sacks, but Wildcats' Matt Scott is tough to catch.

9. Utah (4-7)

John White needs 127 rushing yards for second 1,000-yard season.

10. Cal (3-9)

Cottonwood High's Isi Sofele concludes career with 2,499 rushing yards.

11. Colorado (1-10)

Buffaloes claim one Pac-12 win at home in two seasons.

12. Washington State (2-9)

Mike Price, who's retiring from coaching, went 83-78 in 14 years at WSU with two Rose Bowl bids.




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