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Phil Taylor
August 11, 2008
HOW THEY'LL FINISH
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August 11, 2008

Pac-10

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  CONFERENCE OVERALL
  W--L PCT. W--L PCT.
USC 8--1 .889 10--2 .833
ARIZONA STATE 7--2 .778 9--3 .750
OREGON STATE 6--3 .667 8--4 .667
OREGON 5--4 .556 8--4 .667
CAL 5--4 .556 7--5 .583
UCLA 4--5 .444 4--8 .333
ARIZONA 3--6 .333 6--6 .500
STANFORD 3--6 .333 6--6 .500
WASHINGTON 3--6 .333 4--8 .333
WASHINGTON STATE 1--8 .111 3--10 .231

HOW THEY'LL FINISH

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

Arizona State QB Rudy Carpenter
USC running back Stafon Johnson

PLAYERS TO WATCH
Top performers from unranked teams in the conference

ZACK FOLLETT
LB, Sr., Cal
The Bears' switch to a 3--4 base defense will turn him into a speed rusher off the edge, the perfect spot for the 6'1" 238-pounder's big-play instincts.

BRANDON GIBSON
WR, Sr., Washington St.
Clearly the Cougars' best offensive weapon, Gibson was the only wideout in the conference to average more than 100 yards receiving per game.

JAKE LOCKER
QB, Soph., Washington
Equally dangerous as a passer or runner, Locker is the top returning rusher in the conference (986 yards). He's big (6'3", 225) and fast.

BO MCNALLY
S, Jr., Stanford
He's a tackling machine, but the Cardinal is hoping an improved run defense will keep him from having to make as many touchdown savers as he did last season.

WILLIE TUITAMA
QB, Sr., Arizona
He broke school records with 28 TDs and 3,683 passing yards in his first season in the spread—and could break them again with his top four receivers back.

NOTABLE

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