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Originally published Thursday, September 9, 2010 at 10:00 PM

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Pac-10 power rankings and predictions

Rankings and predictions for this week's Pac-10 action

Pac-10 picks

Washington 37, Syracuse 13: 'Cuse likely hasn't seen anything like Locker

WSU 30, Montana State 14: Loss here would be deadly for Cougars

Oregon 31, Tennessee 20: QB Thomas didn't rush once in New Mexico rout

California 28, Colorado 10: Bears' frosh receiver Allen looks like the real deal

Stanford 27, UCLA 24: Bruins QB Prince has missed more time this week

USC 52, Virginia 17: Cavaliers were picked last in ACC Coastal division

Arizona State 48, Northern Arizona 14: Sun Devils tune up for Wisconsin next week

Arizona 38, The Citadel 10: With Iowa in a week, 'Cats won't show a lot

Last week: 9-1 (4-3 vs. spread)

Bud Withers

Pac-10 power rankings

By Bud Withers, Seattle Times college football reporter

Team (last week) Comment
1 Oregon (1-0) Even on Xbox, Barner can't score 5 TDs
2 Stanford (1-0) Harbaugh: Name it "Mighty Man Conference"
3 USC (1-0) Trojans slower; it's hard playing in leg irons
4 Oregon State (0-1) Thankfully, O-linemen kept clothes on at TCU
5 Arizona (1-0) Wholly, Toledo believes Wildcats are legit
6 California (1-0) Taught UC-Davis a thing or two
7 Arizona St. (1-0) Like Bo, Erickson wanted a Michigan man for QB
8 Washington (0-1) Used to win on road often during Truman years
9 UCLA (0-1) All the Hundleys seem attracted to Bruins
10 Washington St. (0-1) But Wulff's 14-year plan right on schedule

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