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Pac-10 Football Roundup

Monday October 21, 2002

Arizona St. 45, No. 7 Oregon 42 

EUGENE, Ore. – Andrew Walter threw for a school-record 536 yards and four touchdowns, and Arizona State rallied from a 21-0 second-quarter deficit to stun Oregon at Autzen Stadium. 

The Sun Devils are one of only two unbeaten teams left in the conference. 


No. 20 USC 41,  

No. 17 Washington 21 

LOS ANGELES – In a matchup of prolific quarterbacks, Carson Palmer’s passing was too much for Cody Pickett and the Washington Huskies to handle. 

Palmer threw for 348 yards and four touchdowns – three to freshman Mike Williams – as Southern California earned a 41-21 victory over Washington on Saturday.  


Stanford 16, Arizona 6 

PALO ALTO – In a game that amounted to a kickers duel, Michael Sgroi led Stanford to a 16-6 victory Saturday over Arizona.  

With a little help from Chris Lewis, who threw 12 yards to Alex Smith for the game’s only touchdown, Sgroi kicked three field goals and an extra point before a homecoming crowd at Stanford Stadium. 


Pac-10 Standings 


Pac-10 Overall 


Washington State 3–0 6–1 

Oregon 2–1 6–1 

Arizona State 3–0 6–2 

UCLA 1–2 4–3 

USC 3–1 5–2 

Washington 1–2 4–3 

California 2–2 5–3 

Arizona 0–3 3–4 

Stanford 1–2 2–4 

Oregon State 0–3 4–3