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Pac-12 power rankings, Week 14

Post by Christian Caple on Nov. 28, 2013 at 12:37 am with No Comments »
November 28, 2013 12:37 am

Our final Pac-12 power rankings of the regular season. Previous week’s rank in parentheses.

1. Arizona State (4) – Nobody in the Pac-12 playing better right now.

2. Stanford (5) – Nothing like the Big Game to get back on track.

3. USC (2) – If Ed Orgeron era is ending, it’s ending with a bang.

4. UCLA (3) – Bruins couldn’t win Pac-12 South a second straight year.

5. Washington (7) – 530 rushing yards this week might be good enough, too.

6. Arizona (9) – Lose at home to WSU, then pound Oregon? OK.

7. Washington State (6) – Bill Moos sounds confident about Cougars’ bowl prospects.

8. Oregon (1) – Anyone know Ducks’ thoughts on the Alamo Bowl?

9. Utah (11) – Season of tough losses keeps rolling along.

10. Colorado (10) – Blowout losses aren’t as lopsided as last year. So, progress?

11. California (12) – A 1-11 season is in the books. Yikes.

12. Oregon State (8) – Give up 69 points at home, you get the bottom spot.

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