The Washington Huskies (4-1, 2-0) scored 21 second quarter on Arizona as the Wildcats lost its second consecutive PAC-10 straight game in conference play by a 21-10 score. Arizona could muster only 9 yards rushing while giving up over 156 to the Husky ground attack. Willie Tuitama had over 300 yards passing, but could not consistently find the end-zone, despite having the ball 1st and goal at the 4. The Wildcats were also 0-14 on 3rd down conversions.
Next up: Arizona at UCLA (3-1)
Tulsa (3-1, 0-0)
Did not play. In their last game, Tulsa defeated Navy 24-23 in overtime. The Golden Hurricane get their first conference challenge this week.
Next up: Southern Miss (3-1) at Tulsa
Boston College (4-1, 1-1)
After losing to North Carolina State 17-15 on a 34-yard touchdown pass with 8 seconds left, the Eagles get their first shutout of the season vs. Div I-AA Maine (2-2), taking care of the Black Bears 22-0. BC fumbled the ball twice and quarterback Matt Ryan struggled to move the ball, passing for 182 yards on 15 of 26 passes. The Eagles led 15-0 late in the third quarter until Brian Toal plunged in from 1 yard out for the final score of the day.
Next up: #21 Virginia Tech (4-1) at Boston College
Utah State (0-5, 0-1)
Despite flying out to a 14-0 first quarter lead, the Aggies got spanked by the Idaho Vandals (2-3) 41-21. The only good news for the Aggies is their ability to score after being shut out in 3 consecutive matches. 8,618 were in attendance at Romney Stadium, in Logan, Utah.
Next up: Fresno State (1-3, 0-1) at Utah State
Here's a look at BYU's next two opponents and at their rival the Utah Utes:
San Diego State (0-4, 0-1)
The Aztecs couldn't do much of anything despite a 10 point run in the 2nd quarter as they fell to the San Jose State Spartans (3-1) 31-10. The SDSU passing attack was lacking as the Aztecs could only cough up 76 total yards. They now face BYU in Provo for another revenge match.
Next up: SDSU @ BYU (3-2, 1-0)
UNLV (1-3, 0-0)
A late field goal with 4:49 remaining in the 4th by Sergio Aguayo helped UNLV avoid a shut out, but the Rebels were still trounced by a struggling Nevada Wolfpack team (3-2, 2-2) 31-3. UNLV was also held to just 221 yards of total offense.
Next up: UNLV at Colorado State (3-1)
Utah (3-2, 1-0)
The Utes were humiliated in Salt Lake City by 22nd ranked Boise State Broncos (5-0), losing 36-3. Frustrations in the program were apparent as the fans booed Whittingham and his defense in the 2nd quarter as well as during the 2nd half. Brett Ratliff completed only 7 passes and threw 4 interceptions.
Next up: TCU (3-1, 0-1) at Utah