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Pac Ten woes continue

I am off this morning to Green Bay to catch the game tonight against the Cowboys but before I go here are a couple of notes from yesterdays Pac Ten games.

The upset of the week was Boise State dismantling the Oregon Ducks. The Russian Roulette QB situation at Oregon finally caught up with them. UCLA is fading fast after getting thrashed by Arizona. WSU notched it's first win but it might prove to be pretty costly since they lost their QB. I thought ASU would give Georgia more of a game but they didn't.

The Boise State Broncos upset the 17th-ranked Ducks 37-32 for their first victory on the road over a BCS-conference team. Redshirt freshman Kellen Moore led the way for Boise State with 386 yards passing and three touchdown throws. Stanford rallied to beat Silicon Valley rival SJSU. I thought ASU would give Georgia a better game but it didn't happen.

Willie Tuitama threw for 222 yards and connected with tight end Ron Gronkowski for a pair of touchdowns Saturday to lead Arizona to a 31-10 victory over UCLA in the Pac-10 opener for both teams.

Washington State cruised 48-9 and is 14-0 against opponents from the FCS, although this is the first time they played Portland State. The win allowed the Cougars to avoid becoming the first WSU team to start the season with four losses since 1999.

Tavita Pritchard passed for 159 yards and rushed for a touchdown while rallying Stanford from a halftime deficit to beat San Jose State 23-10 in the Bill Walsh Legacy Game on Saturday night.

Making a rare regular-season trip out of the Southeast, the third-ranked Georgia Bulldogs scored a decisive 27-10 victory over Arizona State on Saturday night.