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November 7, 2010
 

Around the PAC-10 (Week 10)

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By The Daily Axe Staff
UCLA's Kai Forbath
UCLA's Forbath kicks go-ahead field goal
Just as Forbath sank the Huskies a year ago, he took down the Beavers on Saturday. (Image by maveric2003 via Flickr)

Sure enough, the conference’s slate of games just did not end up as expected. That’s what we’ve come to expect in the 2010 PAC-10, and in almost every football conference this season. Still, 4 of the 5 favorites prevailed, and UCLA needed home-field advantage and a last-second field goal by senior Kai Forbath to clinch the upset of Oregon State in Pasadena. Even with a poor showing at home against Washington, Oregon had no trouble taking care of the Huskies and staying at #1 in the conference, while Stanford’s domination of #13 Arizona solidified the Card’s place in the PAC-10 #2 spot.

  • Our Record This Week: 4-1
  • Our Record This Season: 42-16 (.724)

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