Pac-10 Football Round-Ups
No. 15 Arizona Defeats UCLA, 29-21
PASADENA, Calif. (AP) - Backup Matt Scott had another big game, passing for a career-high 319 yards, and No. 15 Arizona held off UCLA 29-21 on Saturday to remain in contention for its first Pac-10 championship.
Arizona State Rolls Over Washington State, 42-0
The Sun Devils bounced back from a disappointing loss at California to defeat the Washington State Cougars 42-0 at Sun Devil Stadium on Saturday evening. ASU racked up 493 yards of total offense while T.J. Simpson caught five passes for 90 yards and Jamal Miles had four catches for 46 yards and two touchdowns. Cameron Marshall and Deantre Lewis rushed for touchdowns as 118 yards were gained on the ground.
James, No. 1 Ducks Run Over No. 24 USC, 53-32
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Southern California really thought it had figured out how to stop Oregon's high-octane offense when the Trojans took a third-quarter lead on the nation's top-ranked team.
Beavers Dominate California On Homecoming Saturday
CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) - Jacquizz Rodgers threw for a touchdown before running for three more and Oregon State defeated California 35-7 on Saturday. Rodgers rushed for 119 yards for the Beavers (4-3, 3-1 Pac-10), who led 28-0 at the half.
Stanford Rolls Over Huskies, 41-0
SEATTLE (AP) - Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck outclassed Jake Locker, and it wasn't even close. Luck ran for a 51-yard touchdown the first time he carried the ball, directed Stanford to touchdowns on its first four possession, and the 13th-ranked Cardinal routed Washington 41-0 on Saturday.