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    Pac-12 Notes




    February 3rd

    Foe Pause …

    Former Oregon State quarterback Seth Collins lands in … DeKalb, Illinois

    From ESPN … Former Oregon State quarterback Seth Collins will transfer to Northern Illinois, Huskies coach Rod Carey announced on Twitter. Collins threw for 936 yards as a true freshman, but was not expected to reclaim his starting job next year. The Beavers had plans to permanently move him to receiver.

    From the Yahoo sports … We’re really happy to have Seth, he’s a quality, quality young man,” NIU coach Rod Carey said in a statement. “He’s obviously a fantastic football player and a great quarterback, and he comes from a great family who we have gotten to know during this process. We look forward to having him on campus with the rest of the class this summer and to 2017 when he will be eligible to suit up and play for us.”

    Collins opened the 2015 season as Oregon State’s starting QB. He started the first seven games before he suffered a knee injury before the Utah game. He returned in the final game of the season against Oregon and threw four passes. He led the team in rushing with 575 yards and eight touchdowns despite missing four games.

    He only threw seven passes in his final start of the season (vs. Colorado) and was set to move to wide receiver had he stayed at Oregon State.

    He finished the season 83-160 passing for 935 yards, six touchdowns and four interceptions.





    Pac-12 Roundup

    Washington needs overtime to subdue Arizona State, 95-83

    – Game recap … from ESPN

    – “Huskies rally past Arizona State for 95-83 overtime victory” … from the Seattle Times

    – “Shorthanded Arizona State falls at Washington in overtime, frustration builds” … from the Arizona Republic



    Arizona takes care of last-place Washington State. 79-64

    – Game recap … from ESPN

    – “Ryan Anderson powers No. 23 UA hoops past Washington State” … from the Arizona Republic

    – “Cougars drop eighth straight game in loss to Arizona” … from the Spokane Spokesman-Review





    USC and UCLA use Signing Day additions to surge into the top ten nationally

    – “Los Angeles schools close with a bang on signing day” … from ESPN

    The addition of several late quality recruits, particularly running back Beau Bisharat and wide receiver Juwann Winfree, Colorado moved up in the national rankings.

    Still ranked last in the Pac-12 by the national services, CU nonetheless moved up to No. 64 nationally in the Rivals rankings and No. 67 according to Scout.

    While not great, the Buffs did finish above many other Power-Five conference schools, despite having a small class. In the Rivals rankings, CU finished above Georgia Tech, Purdue, Illinois, Kansas State, Boston College, Rutgers and Kansas.

    Pac-12 Rankings (Rivals):

    1. USC … No. 8

    2. UCLA … No. 11

    3. Stanford … No. 18

    4. Cal … No. 27

    5. Oregon … No. 28

    6. Arizona State … No. 34

    7. Utah … No. 35

    8. Washington … No. 38

    9. Oregon State … No. 41

    10. Arizona … No. 51

    11. Washington State … No. 54

    12. Colorado … No. 64



    Pac-12 Rankings (Scout):

    1. UCLA … No. 7

    2. USC … No. 11

    3. Stanford … No. 15

    4. Oregon … No. 24

    5. Washington … No. 29

    6. Arizona State … No. 36

    7. California … No. 38

    8. Utah … No. 40

    9. Arizona … No. 44

    10. Washington State … No. 50

    11. Oregon State … No. 52

    12. Colorado … No. 67



    —–

    February 2nd

    … Foe Pause …

    RPI has eight Pac-12 teams in the top 50 nationally; 11 in the top 75

    From ESPN

    RK (RPI)​
    TEAM​
    RPI
    D1 W-L​
    SOS
    NCRP
    NCSS
    CFRP
    CFSS
    1-25​
    26-50​
    51-100​
    L12​
    LRPI
    OFFQ
    DEFQ
    ASM
    1 (3)​
    .6669​
    17-4​
    4​
    18​
    18​
    5​
    24​
    3-1​
    4-1​
    5-1​
    10-2​
    13​
    7.1​
    6.4​
    13.5​
    2 (15)​
    Utah
    .6297​
    16-5​
    28​
    30​
    55​
    22​
    56​
    1-2​
    5-2​
    5-1​
    9-3​
    16​
    5.9​
    5.7​
    11.5​
    3 (20)​
    USC
    .6209​
    17-5​
    54​
    40​
    88​
    20​
    70​
    0-2​
    4-3​
    3-0​
    9-3​
    14​
    12.1​
    1.5​
    13.7​
    4 (23)​
    .6158​
    16-5​
    51​
    34​
    104​
    26​
    54​
    1-3​
    2-2​
    4-0​
    8-4​
    34​
    4.5​
    6.3​
    10.8​
    5 (35)​
    .5969​
    14-8​
    23​
    25​
    116​
    38​
    16​
    2-4​
    2-1​
    2-2​
    6-6​
    41​
    2.8​
    8.0​
    10.8​
    6 (36)​
    .5966​
    17-5​
    120​
    19​
    265​
    40​
    65​
    0-3​
    2-1​
    6-1​
    8-4​
    26​
    8.4​
    7.2​
    15.6​
    7 (47)​
    .5859​
    14-7​
    41​
    57​
    146​
    16​
    26​
    3-3​
    0-1​
    3-1​
    7-5​
    45​
    13.2​
    -4.5​
    8.6​
    8 (49)​
    .5855​
    11-8​
    17​
    21​
    96​
    95​
    21​
    2-3​
    1-2​
    1-3​
    6-6​
    83​
    -0.0​
    6.1​
    6.1​
    9 (56)​
    .5789​
    10-9​
    1​
    52​
    37​
    41​
    10​
    1-7​
    2-2​
    2-0​
    6-6​
    32​
    -0.6​
    5.6​
    5.0​
    10 (64)​
    UCLA
    .5734​
    13-9​
    26​
    58​
    48​
    86​
    61​
    1-4​
    2-3​
    4-1​
    6-6​
    46​
    7.6​
    0.3​
    8.0​
    11 (70)​
    .5705​
    12-10​
    13​
    43​
    17​
    167​
    51​
    1-3​
    1-3​
    2-2​
    5-7​
    67​
    4.2​
    3.7​
    7.9​
    12 (158)​
    .5064​
    8-12​
    37​
    63​
    163​
    160​
    23​
    0-5​
    0-2​
    1-3​
    2-10​
    104​
    2.5​
    -0.5​
    2.0​

    —–

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