Pac-10 Football Roundup

Monday September 09, 2002



No. 20 UCLA 30, Colorado State 19 

PASADENA – Bradlee Van Pelt led a scoring drive late in the fourth quarter but fumbled the two-point conversion attempt with 92 seconds left as 20th-ranked Colorado State lost at UCLA, 30-19. 

The Rams pulled within 21-19 on Van Pelt’s six-yard keeper with 1:32 left. Van Pelt tried to run for the tying conversion but found little room and tried to pitch the ball to running back Cecil Sapp as he was hit by several defenders. 

Van Pelt’s toss missed Sapp and the ball was picked up by Bruins safety Ben Emmanuel, who returned the fumble for two points.  


Boston College 34, Stanford 27 

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – Boston College spoiled Buddy Teevens’ homecoming and debut as Stanford coach. 

Derrick Knight scored on a 12-yard touchdown run with 36 seconds remaining as the Eagles rallied for a 34-27 victory over the Cardinal. 


No. 13 Oregon 28, Fresno State 24 

EUGENE, Ore. – Onterrio Smith’s two-yard touchdown run with 1:07 remaining rallied 13th-ranked Oregon to a 28-24 victory over pesky Fresno State and its 17th straight home non-conference win. 


Oregon State 35, Temple 3 

PHILADELPHIA – Derek Anderson threw for 286 yards and four touchdowns - two to James Newson - leading Oregon State to a 35-3 rout of Temple in the first-ever meeting between the schools. 


No. 14 Washington 34, San Jose State 10 

SEATTLE – Cody Pickett threw for 347 yards and three touchdowns, including a school-record 89-yard strike to Reggie Williams, as the 14th-ranked Huskies bounced back from a 10-point halftime deficit to defeat San Jose State, 34-10. 


No. 12 Washington State 49, Idaho 14 

PULLMAN, Wash. – Jonathan Smith and Jason Gesser accounted for six touchdowns as the 12th-ranked Cougars routed Idaho, 49-14, in the 84th “Battle of the Palouse.” 

Smith rushed for 124 yards and three touchdowns on 12 carries, while Gesser completed 11-of-15 passes for 178 yards and three scores in limited action.