Stanford, rarely a winner but almost always a thriller, threw
into a tizzy and had the Trojans reeling 21-12 at half time on the passing of Dick Norman. A well-scared USC sent Fullback Clark Holden smashing over for three second-half touchdowns to overhaul the volatile Indians 30-28 (see page 21).
Putting away the pass for another day, Air Force stuck to the ground behind a fast, hard-charging line to surprise
20-7 (see page 19). Quarterback Richie Mayo and Fullback Monte Moorberg helped the Falcons pile up 317 yards rushing and scored all their touchdowns.
, fresh from its near conquest of USC, had another shot at an unbeaten team and this time pulled off a 13-12 victory over
. Down 12-0, the Huskies rallied behind Bob Schloredt and Don McKeta and won it on George Fleming's placement kick. The top three:
1. USC (5-0)
2. WASHINGTON (5-1)
3. OREGON (5-1)
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