There were five games played by Pac-12 teams in week five. It was the first week of conference play for the majority of the conference, it included a memorable comeback, and a massive winning streak being extended.
The Cougars overcame a 21-0 first quarter deficit to upset Utah, in Utah. Washington State’s senior QB Connor Halliday had himself on hell of a game in the second half.
The Pac-12 power rankings are featuring a struggling Washington squad, and a surging Utes team. Utah jumped two spots in the rankings after its win in the Big House.
The Washington State Cougars should have upended No. 2 Oregon in its conference opener. Connor Halliday picked apart the Ducks’ defense, and the Cougar defense picked apart Oregon’s offensive line. But the Cougars couldn’t pull out the win.
The third week of college football saw a major upset in the Top-25, and the Pac-12. Find out how that impacted out power rankings.
The Pac-12 had its share of exciting wins, disappoint wins, and upsetting losses in week two. Check out our power rankings to see how the conference shakes out.
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