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Pac-12 stepping up (mostly) in early games

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    By Ted Miller

    [​IMG]Oregon State? Yuck. But the rest of the Pac-12 seems to be distinguishing itself fairly well during the early-going Saturday.

    Maybe Arizona State pushed a button that woke everyone up?

    Oregon 48, Nevada 7 (12 minutes left in the third): I thought Oregon might be flat today. I was wrong. The Ducks are rolling the Wolf Pack. QB Darron Thomas has five TD passes.* Oregon is a different team in Autzen Stadium.

    Stanford 24, Duke 7 (6:41 left in the third): Stanford has sputtered at times -- I saw Andrew Luck throw a pick-6; I had to wipe my eyes to make sure -- but it seems to be asserting itself on the road.

    Washington 31, Hawaii 20 (3:22 left in the third): The Huskies jumped all over Hawaii early and led 21-0 after one quarter. Hawaii is fighting back, so Washington needs to be careful against a dangerous team. Bet the Huskies would like to give the Warriors a steady diet of Chris Polk in the fourth.

    California 16, Colorado 13 (7:15 left in the third):*Had a feeling this wouldn't be another 52-7. *Neither team can run the ball and Cal QB Zach Maynard is laboring a bit on the road. Might we get an upset?

    Washington State 21, UNLV*0 (12 minutes left in second quarter): It appears, ladies and gentlemen, that the Cougars are headed for 2-0, even without Jeff Tuel. How is Marshall Lobbestael doing? Glad you asked: He's completed 12 of 13 for 184 and two TDs. RB Rickey Galvin has 80 yards on five carries. UNLV has two first downs. Things are going swimmingly in Pullman.

    Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-10 Blog
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