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Pac-10 Football Roundup

Monday October 14, 2002



No. 7 Oregon 31, No. 25 UCLA 30 

PASADENA – Quarterback Jason Fife found wide receiver Keenan Howry for the go-ahead 74-yard touchdown pass on the opening play of the fourth quarter and seventh-ranked Oregon held off 25th-ranked UCLA, 31-30.  

Howry also returned a punt 79 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter and registered 171 all-purpose yards. 


No. 13 Washington State 36, Stanford 11 

PALO ALTO – Washington State’s Jason Gesser had an efficient day, passing for 297 yards and three touchdowns, as the 13th-ranked Cougars remained unbeaten in Pac-10 Conference play with a 36-11 victory over Stanford, which fell to 0-2 in conference play. 

No. 18 Washington 32, Arizona 28 

SEATTLE – Quarterback Cody Pickett threw three touchdown passes to Reggie Williams, including an eight-yarder with 2:03 remaining, to lift No. 18 Washington to a thrilling 32-28 victory over Arizona.  


Arizona State 13, Oregon St 9 

TEMPE, Ariz. - Oregon State quarterback Derek Anderson was sacked seven times, including two in the final minute, as Arizona State edged the Beavers, 13-9.  

After leading the Beavers down to the Sun Devils’ nine-yard line for a potential go-ahead touchdown, Anderson was dropped for losses of six and 17 yards. There were still 19 seconds left on the clock after the second sack, but the team inexplicably did not get a play off.