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Originally published Friday, October 12, 2012 at 9:52 AM

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Target on the No. 2 Ducks in the Pac-12

USC coach Lane Kiffin insists his team isn't looking ahead to its game against No. 2 Oregon, while Arizona State coach Todd Graham admits it's hard not to. And Washington's Steve Sarkisian is trying not to look back.

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USC coach Lane Kiffin insists his team isn't looking ahead to its game against No. 2 Oregon, while Arizona State coach Todd Graham admits it's hard not to. And Washington's Steve Sarkisian is trying not to look back.

At the halfway point of their season, the Ducks haven't yet faced the teams that many believe pose their biggest challenge in Pac-12 play, including No. 11 USC and No. 17 Stanford.

The list also includes the Pac-12 South-leading Sun Devils, who face Oregon next Thursday, and No. 10 Oregon State, which gets the Ducks in the annual Civil War at season's end.

But at 6-0, speedy Oregon appears to be racing toward the Pac-12 championship and beyond. Just ask the Huskies, who lost 52-21 to the Ducks last weekend.

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