The Bruins loss to Stanford completely altered the Pac-12 South race, and our power rankings.
The UCLA Bruins picked up a big win over cross-town rival USC on Saturday. As a result, the Bruins gave themselves a comfortable lead in the South. Arizona and Arizona State also stayed in the division race with impressive victories of their own.
Oregon State’s crazy win over Arizona State cost the Sun Devils an hope at the playoffs, and dropped them in our Pac-12 power rankings. Arizona survived a scare by Washington, Utah hung on to beat Stanford, and much, much more in our Pac-12 power rankings.
The Pac-12 power rankings are back, and Arizona State’s impressive victory over Notre Dame kept them at the top spot. Oregon also put together another impressive performance, making those two teams the best in the conference.
Stanford was destroyed by the Oregon Ducks on Saturday, and have fallen out of the top six as a result. Arizona and Utah benefited from the Cardinal’s loss…despite losing themselves.
The Pac-12 South has asserted itself as the best division in the conference. ASU, Arizona, and Utah are all competing for the South’s top spot.
The race for the Pac-12 crown became a little clearer during week eight. Oregon picked up a crucial win, and a favorite has finally emerged in the South.
College football had a completely wacky weekend. The Pac-12 was no exception, and neither are our power rankings.
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 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.
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