Pac-10 Football: Monday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent ISeptember 20, 2010

EUGENE, OR - SEPTEMBER 18: Running back LaMichael James #21of the Oregon Ducks heads to the end zone for a touchdown in the first quarter of the game against the Portland State Vikings at Autzen Stadium on September 18, 2010 in Eugene, Oregon. Oregon won the game 69-0.  (Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images)
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Arizona is ranked its highest in 12 years thanks to a win over then-No. 9 Iowa.

During Arizona State’s battle with Wisconsin on Saturday, a total of 71 fans were ejected. You have to love college football.

In case you did not know, California was thoroughly embarrassed by a WAC team last Friday.

The Bruins at UCLA did a lot more than beat Houston on Saturday. They knocked the top two quarterbacks off the Cougar depth chart. (My note: Unless Houston quarterback Case Keenum takes a medical redshirt, he will not break the all-time career passing yard mark.)

Oregon’s LaMichael James only recorded 14 carries on Saturday for the Ducks, but they went for 227 rushing yards…all in the first half. Check out what he said after the game.

Oregon State nearly lost to a Big East team in Corvallis on Saturday.

What will it take for Southern California to be satisfied with a win?

No luck was needed for Stanford in the Cardinal’s win over Wake Forest…other than Andrew Luck of course.

If you think NCFHeadlines ">something is off-the-record, does that make it okay?

P.S., I told you Jake Locker’s Heisman campaign was through.

Southern Methodist won their rematch with Washington State. The Cougars’ lone win from a year ago was against the Mustangs.