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Pac-12 Week 14 Roundup & Breakdown
2013 Pac-12 Fearless Predictions, Game Stories, Game of the Week, Player of the Week, Roundup & Standings
2013 Pac-12 Week 14
Week 14 Conference Roundup
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at Arizona State 58, Arizona 21
Basically … The Arizona State defense held tough early on and the offense took advantage on the way to a 27-0 first half lead. Taylor Kelly found Darwin Rogers on a 38-yard touchdown pass and D.J. Foster and De’Marieya Nelson each ran for second quarter scores. Arizona got on the board with a B.J. Denker touchdown run, but Zane Gonzalez hit his third field goal of the first half and the Sun Devils cruised the rest of the way. The ASU D came up with four takeaways with Damarious Randall taking one of three Denker picks for a score. Foster and Nelson each scored in the fourth on the way to 21 unanswered points.
- Arizona State RB D.J. Foster ran 23 times for 124 yards and two scores.
- Arizona RB Ka’Deem Carey ran 32 times for 157 yards and a score.
- Arizona QB B.J. Denker completed 15-of-30 passes for 175 yards and three picks and ran 15 times for 87 yards and a score.
- Arizona State QB Taylor Kelly completed 13-of-25 passes for 274 yards and two touchdowns with a pick, and he ran 13 times for 26 yards.
at Utah 24, Colorado 17
Basically … Utah jumped out to a 21-0 first half lead on two short touchdown runs from Kelvin Yokr and a 16-yard Jake Murphy touchdown catch. Colorado battled back with Scott Fernandez catching a 34-yard touchdown pass and Nelson Spruce scoring from 14 yards out, but the Utes held on. Both teams turned it over three times with Utah’s Trevor Reilly coming up with a key pick.
- Utah RB Kelvin York ran 31 times for 132 yards and two scores.
- Colorado converted 2-of-14 third down chances and ran 25 times for 48 yards.
- Colorado QB Sefo Liufau completed 23-of-46 passes for 241 yards and two scores with a pick.
- Utah QB Adam Schulz completed 19-of-33 passes for 233 yards and a score with a pick.
at Oregon 36, Oregon State 35
Basically … Josh Huff caught two 12-yard touchdown passes in the final eight minutes with the second one coming with 29 seconds to play to give Oregon the lead, but Oregon State had a last gasp shot. Two Sean Mannion passes that would’ve put the Beavers in field goal range just missed, and the Ducks held on. Oregon took an early 14-0 lead on touchdown runs from De’Anthony Thomas and Thomas Tyner, but Oregon State came back helped by a two-yard Storm Woods scoring run and a six-yard Terron Ward touchdown catch. Huff kept the Ducks around with a 28-yard touchdown catch, but Oregon State blew up in a wild fourth quarter. Victor Bolden gave the Beavers the lead with 1:38 to play on a 25-yard run, but the Ducks roared down the field finishing with Huff’s diving last scoring grab.
- Oregon WR Josh Huff caught nine passes for 186 yards and three scores.
- Oregon State QB Sean Mannion completed 29-of-47 passes for 314 yards and two touchdowns with a pick. WR Brandin Cooks caught 11 passes for 117 yards.
- Oregon QB Marcus Mariota completed 17-of-34 passes for 285 yards and three touchdowns with two picks and ran seven times for 53 yards.
- Each team turned the ball over three times. Oregon gained 568 yards of total offense, Oregon State gained 545.
at Stanford 27, Notre Dame 20
Basically … Stanford pulled ahead 21-6 in the second half on a 20-yard Anthony Wilkerson touchdown run after getting a one-yard Tyler Gaffney scoring run and a Devon Cajuste 16-yard scoring catch in the first half, but the Irish fought back with Tommy Rees touchdown passes to TJ Jones and DaVaris Daniels to pull within four. Jordan Williamson helped push the Cardinal ahead with a 28-yard field goal and the D held up. Wayne Lyons picked off two Rees passes.
- Stanford RB Tyler Gaffney ran 33 times for 189 yards and a score.
- Notre Dame QB Tommy Rees completed 16-of-34 passes for 199 yards and two scores with two picks.
- Stanford outrushed the Irish 261 yards to 64.
- Notre Dame WR DaVaris Daniels caught five passes for 79 yards and a score.
Washington 27, Washington State 17
Basically … Washington’s offense woke up in the second half with 17 third quarter points helped by a seven-yard Bishop Sankey run, an 18-yard Austin Seferian-Jenkins catch, and the second Travis Coons field goal of the game. Washington State pushed back Connor Halliday’s second touchdown pass of the game on a five-yard throw to Dom Williams, but Keith Price put the game away for the Huskies on a two-yard run.
- Washington RB Bishop Sankey ran 34 times for 200 yards and a score.
- Washington State QB Connor Halliday completed 32-of-59 passes for 282 yards and two touchdowns with two picks.
- Washington State averaged 4.8 yards per play and 1.9 yards per run.
- Washington QB Keith Price completed 15-of-20 passes for 181 yards and a score with a pick.
UCLA 35, at USC 14
Basically … Brett Hundley ran for two scores and LB Myles Jack, DE Eddie Vanderdoes and Paul Perkins each ran for short scores as UCLA got up early and kept answering USC scores when needed. The Trojans got an 11-yard touchdown run from Javorius Allen and a 22-yard Xavier Grimble scoring grab in the third, but the Bruins D forced two turnovers and the O scored 14 unanswered points.
- UCLA QB Brett Hundley completed 18-of-27 passes for 208 yards and ran 13 times for 80 yards and two scores.
- USC RB Javorius Allen ran 20 times for 123 yards and a score.
- USC WR Marqise Lee caught six passes for 69 yards
- UCLA outgained USC 396 yards to 314