PAC-12 Week 3 Update: North


Here at All Coug’d Up we are not just Washington State fans but we are PAC-12 fans as well and we are going to start to have a weekly update on each of the teams in both divisions.

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Oregon (3-0)

Last week: Last week the Oregon Ducks took on Wyoming and won 48-14. The Ducks were shut out in the first quarter but went on to score 41 unanswered points in just the 2nd and 3rd quarters before both teams scored a touchdown in the 4th quarter. The Ducks were led behind the arm and the leg of Heisman candidate, Marcus Mariota. Mariota put up 221 yards and 2 touchdowns through the air while also scoring another 2 touchdowns on the ground on 71 yards.

This week: The Ducks head into Pullman this weekend to take on the Cougars.

California (2-0)

Last week: Bye

This week: California heads down to Tucson this weekend to take on Arizona.

Washington (3-0)

Last week: Last week the Huskies played host to the Fighting Illini of Illinois where they won 44-19. Shaq Thompson, the Huskies defensive end, had been responsible for 14 points before Illinois had even scored a touchdown. Cyler Miles was back for his second game of the season and went 15/20 for 191 yards and 1 touchdown. The rushing game also helped the Huskies with 4 players rushing for more than 45 yards each.

This week: The Huskies are at home for the 3rd week in a row when they host Georgia State.

Oregon State (2-0)

Last week: Bye

This week: San Diego State heads up to Corvallis this weekend to take on the Beavers

Washington State (1-2)

Last week: Last week the Cougars put up record numbers on their way to getting their first win of the season over Portland State 59-21. The Cougars had 630 combined passing yards and 7 touchdowns behind the arms of Connor Halliday and Luke Falk. After starting the second half up 28-0, the Cougars held the Vikings to just 14 offensive points that came on consecutive drives to start the second half.

This week: The Cougars host Oregon on Saturday night.

Stanford (2-1)

Last week: The Cardinal started the game slow after only scoring one touchdown in each of the first 3 quarters against Army and scored twice in the 4th quarter to take the game 35-0. The Cardinal looked to bounce back after getting upset by USC in week 2 and did so by holding Army to just 9 yards of passing. Yes, 9 yards. Stanford quarterback, Kevin Hogan, went 20/28 for 216 yards and 4 touchdowns to help lead them to a victory

This week: Bye