Pac-10 Game Recaps (Nov. 15)

Pac10Rivalry.comCorrespondent INovember 18, 2008

Cal 21, OSU 34 - Oregon State won their fifth consecutive game of the season—their longest consecutive win streak since the 2000 season—and keep those Rose Bowl hopes alive. Many felt the Cal game was the toughest of the Beavers remaining three games, but the Beavers took control late in the game and walked away with the win.


Arizona 45, Oregon 55 - Oregon QB Jeremiah Masoli showed he can pass as well as run, as he threw for a career-high 298 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions against Arizona. He added another 66 yards and three touchdowns rushing. The Ducks have an off week and prepare to face Oregon State in the Civil War on Nov. 29.


UCLA 27, Washington 7 - Rick Neuheisel’s return to Husky Stadium was a victorious one as the Bruins beat the winless Huskies. As Neuheisel made his return after five years, it was Tyrone Willingham’s last game in Husky Staduim as coach of Washington.


Washington State 0, Arizona State 31 - Arizona St. kept their bowl hopes alive when they shut out (their first since 1996) Washington State last Saturday. Senior QB Rudy Carpenter now stands at 80 touchdown passes, which puts him third in Pac-10 history.


USC 45, Stanford 23 - With a 17 -17 halftime score it looked as though USC may be in for another loss to Stanford, which would have ended the Trojans' BCS hopes. But, USC scored 28 unanswered second half points to lay the Cardinal to rest once and for all.

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