PAC-12 North Week 4 Update


Oregon (4-0, 1-0)

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Last week: The Ducks barely escaped with a win and if just a few different things had happened we could have been looking at the biggest upset of the year so far. After struggling with the Washington State defense they had a no-call on a pass interference and ultimately they were able to get the ball back and were able to run the clock down and head home with a 38-31 win.

Next week: Bye

Washington (4-0, 0-0)

Last week: The Huskies took on Georgia State last weekend and it was a tale of different halves. At the end of the first half the Huskies trailed 14-0. On their first drive they turned it over on downs before punting on the next 4 drives. Of those 4 drives, 2 of them the huskies were held to negative yards. Then things turned around as they were able to put up 45 unanswered points and score on their final 6 drives of the game and come away with a 45-14 win.

Next week: The Huskies play host to a 16th ranked Stanford that is coming off a bye.

Oregon State (3-0, 0-0)

Last week: San Diego State took a trip up to Corvallis and was unable to come away with a win as the Beavers took the game 28-7. The Aztecs took an early lead but were unable to score again after getting a touchdown on their opening drive. Sean Mannion set an Oregon State record of 275 passing yards and pushed him into the third spot in the PAC-12 total career passing yards.

Next week: The Beavers head down to Southern California to take on the Trojans

California (2-1, 0-1)

Last week: California went into the 4th quarter against Arizona up 31-13 but was unable to hold that lead as the Wildcats put up 36 points in the 4th quarter alone to pull out a win and send California home. Not only did the Bears give up 36 points in the 4th, they lost on a 47 yard  Hail Mary as time expired.

Next week: California plays host to Colorado

Stanford (2-1, 0-1)

Last week: Bye

Next week: The Cardinal heads up to Seattle to take on the Huskies

Washington State (1-3, 0-1)

Last week: The Cougars took on second ranked Oregon and was just a call away from possibly tying the game up and forcing overtime. They tallied up 7 sacks on Marcus Mariota and held the rushing game to just 172 yards. The Cougars played one of their best games on defense and were not that bad on offense. After keeping up with Oregon for the most part of the game the Cougars showed the rest of the world what we thought we would see from the Cougs this season.

Next week: The Cougars head to Utah to take on the Utes.