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October 9, 2007

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Pac 10 Week 6 Recap
The Wildcats fell behind early and never recovered, falling 31-16 at Oregon State. The Beavers led 24-3 after the first quarter and 31-10 at halftime. Arizona managed just 9 rushing yards, and Willie Tuitama who had thrown just four picks all season was intercepted three times. Arizona's only TD came on an interception return by Antoine Cason.
Next: Saturday, at USC.
Arizona State
Freshman K Thomas Weber kicked a 37-yard field goal with 50 seconds left to give Arizona State a 23-20 win over host Washington State. It was the lowest point total of the season for the Sun Devils, who improved to 6-0 with the victory. Rudy Carpenter tossed two TD passes, and Ryan Torain ran for 116 yards. The Sun Devils also scored on an interception return.
Next: Saturday, vs. Washington.
The Golden Bears were off last week.
Next: Saturday, vs. Oregon State.
The Ducks were off last week.
Next: Saturday, vs. Washington State.
Oregon State
The host Beavers built a 24-3 first-quarter lead and cruised from there in a 31-16 victory over Arizona. Yvenson Bernard ran for 140 yards and two TDs and also caught a touchdown pass. Oregon State allowed just 9 rushing yards and also scored on an interception return.
Next: Saturday, at California.
In likely the biggest upset in Pac-10 history, the Cardinal who were 40-point underdogs shocked host USC 24-23 on a fourth-down TD pass in the final minute. Tavita Pritchard threw a 10-yard TD pass to Mark Bradford on fourth-and-goal with 49 seconds left to win it. The TB pass came after Pritchard, making his first college start, hit Richard Sherman on a fourth-and-20 play from USC's 29. Stanford scored 17 points in the fourth quarter to pull off the shocker.
Next: Saturday, vs. TCU.
The Bruins committed seven turnovers and lost 20-6 to visiting Notre Dame. The Bruins allowed just 140 yards of offense, but were doomed by turnovers. Notre Dame scored on a fumble return and had a touchdown drive that covered 2 yards. Third-string QB McLeod Bethel-Thompson played most of the game after Ben Olson was knocked out by an injury in the first quarter.
Next: October 20, vs. California.
The Trojans saw their 35-game home winning streak come to an improbable end in a 24-23 loss to visiting Stanford, which was a 40-point underdog. John David Booty threw four interceptions, and the Trojans gave up 17 fourth-quarter points. USC had five turnovers overall and also had an extra-point attempt blocked. USC was held to 95 rushing yards on 38 attempts.
Next: Saturday, vs. Arizona
The Huskies were off last week.
Next: Saturday, at Arizona State.
Washington State
The host Cougars fell 23-20 to unbeaten Arizona State. Washington State had a chance to tie with 12 seconds left, but Romeen Abdollmohammadi's 46-yard field-goal attempt was wide left. Alex Brink was 27 of 50 for 369 yards, with two touchdowns and one interception. Brink set a school record for career passing yards with 8,923. Jason Gesser had the old record with 8,830.
Next: Saturday, at Oregon.

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Mike Huguenin is the college sports editor for Rivals.com. He can be reached at mhuguenin@rivals.com.

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