The Pac-12 had its fair share of outcomes on Saturday night. The big matchup of the night, Oregon-LSU, wasn't as great as it could have been, but that had nothing to do with the Ducks losing. Despite the combined 60 points, the offenses never really clicked.
Here's a rundown of some significant action in this week's games:
No. 25 USC def. Minnesota, 19-17 - The Trojans barely won this one, but quarterback Matt Barkley found receiver Robert Woods for 17 catches, 177 yards and three touchdowns.
Houston def. UCLA, 38-34 - The Bruins lost quarterback Kevin Prince to injury and then saw Houston quarterback Case Keenum go 30-of-40 for 310 yards and two touchdowns.
Sacramento State def. Oregon State, 29-28 (OT) - The Hornets, an FCS team, converted the two-point conversion on their touchdown drive in overtime to defeat the Beavers. Oregon State running back Malcolm Agnew had 223 rushing yards and three touchdowns.
No. 7 Stanford def. San Jose State, 57-3 - Andrew Luck threw for 171 yards and two touchdowns in abbreviated playing time.
Washington State def. Idaho State, 64-21 - Cougars quarterback Jeff Tuel broke his clavicle in this game.
California def. Fresno State, 36-21 -
Washington def. Eastern Washington, 30-27 - Desmond Trufant intercepted a pass in the waning seconds of the game to preserve the Huskies' victory.
No 4 LSU def. No. 3 Oregon, 40-27 - LaMichael James didn't look like he did in 2010 and experienced cramps throughout the game.
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