A few interesting points from Pac-12 games this past Saturday (9-10-11)

A couple of interesting facts from yesterdays Pac-12 games:

Stanford won the battle of the nerds, defeating Duke 44-14. It is believed that Andrew Luck threw a pick-6, more information to follow.

Washington State scored 205 points in 2010. In the first two games of 2011 the Cougs have scored 123 points. The last time WSU scored 120+ points in the first two games was in 1907, against Eastern Washington and Blair Business School.

With their victory over Hawaii yesterday, the Huskies evened their series with the Rainbow Warriors at 2 wins apiece.

Colorado and California played a great non-conference, conference game. Cal came out on top 36-33.

Oregon looked like Oregon in their undressing of the Nevada Wolfpack. One wonders why they don’t do that in big non-conference games…

Oregon State is NOT the first Pac-10(12) team to go into Camp Randall and give up 35 points. WSU did it in 2007, although I don’t seem to remember them getting shut out…..
With time winding down in the fourth quarter, Utah lined up to kick the game tying field goal and missed. Only to find out later that the field goal wouldn’t have made a difference, USC 23 Utah 14

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