1. Oregon (1-0)
The Ducks offense didn't slow down with Vernon Adams now running the show in taking over for Marcus Mariota. The defense may be a liability though as they gave up 42 points to an FCS squad
2. UCLA (1-0)
Well, it looks like the only question mark for UCLA has a big fat answer; Josh Rosen can play as the true freshman lit up a good Virginia defense. If Rosen keeps progressing, UCLA looks scary.
3. USC (1-0)
The Trojans looked great in week one by trouncing a decent Arkansas State squad. They've got playmakers all over the place on both sides of the ball.
4. Utah (1-0)
Probably the best win of the week in the Pac 12 goes to the Utes who gave Team Harbaugh a loss in his opener behind a stout defense and Travis Wilson.
T5. Arizona (1-0)
The Wildcats escaped against a fiesty UTSA squad, but lost all-everything linebacker Scooby Wright in the process. Once he went out, the Roadrunners started putting up points.
T5. Arizona State (0-1)
The Sun Devils ran into a buzz-saw in Texas A&M, who looked too fast and too big for an Arizona State offensive line that gave up 9 sacks.
7. Cal (1-0)
We knew that Cal would be able to score, but 52 points in the first half just isn't fair as they rolled through Grambling State.
8. Stanford (0-1)
An ugly start for the Cardinal as they scored only 6 points on the road in a loss to Northwestern. Kevin Hogan was dreadful
9. Washington (0-1)
The Huskies hung tough with Boise State on Friday, coming up 3 points short after a late missed field goal sent Chris Petersen home with a loss in his return to the smurf turf.
10. Oregon State (1-0)
The Beavers got the ground game going to the tune of 281 yards against Just Weber, but only threw for 110 in a game that was closer than the 19 point difference indicated. A win is a win, but things might be pretty rough in Corvallis this year.
11. Colorado (0-1)
The refs realy screwed them at the end, but if you're Colorado, you can't be putting youself in a position where you need 8 points in the final seconds to tie Hawaii. Bowling may have just gone out the windoe for the Buffs.
12. Washington State (0-1)
When you're already on the hot seat, you can't lose at home to an FCS team like Portland State. Not the way Mike Leach envisioned his team opening up.