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Pac-12 Football Scores: Washington Thrashes Colorado, Stanford Stomps Washington State

The Pac-12 football schedule on Saturday turned out pretty much as most would have predicted. What went down?

Utah Utes (3-3) def. Pittsburgh Panthers (3-4), 26-14: Four field goals, a touchdown and an interception return for a touchdown delivered a victory over the Panthers. Congratulate to Coleman Petersen on his perfect 4-of-4 day kicking field goals.

Washington Huskies (5-1) def. Colorado Buffaloes (1-6), 52-24: The Buffs just aren't having an easy time of it. Keith Price threw four touchdowns in the first half and sat out the second.

BYU Cougars (5-2) def. Oregon St. Beavers (1-5), 39-28: The Beavers' joy from defeating Arizona last week didn't carry over to Saturday. BYU took firm control of this game in the second half. 

No. 7 Stanford Cardinal (6-0) def. Washington St. Cougars (3-3), 44-14: Andrew Luck threw all over the place against the COugars, picking up 336 yards and four touchdowns. Jeff Tuel returned for the Cougars, but he had just 145 passing yards on 17-of-30 passing.

No. 9 Oregon Ducks (5-1) def. No. 18 Arizona St. Sun Devils (5-2), 41-27: Oregon did not miss a beat in the running back while LaMichael James sat out this one against Arizona State with his dislocated elbow. James replacement was Kenjon Barner who had a touchdown and rushed for 171 yards. 

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