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Junk Drawer 9/13: Balls of Steel Edition

Oregon won on a nailbiter. Cal terminated its opponent with extreme prejudice (again). UCLA beat Tennessee (excellent win for the Pac 10), Washington ended its losing streak to Idaho. And other crud happened as well, but the game ball for this week's pac 10 football goes to the 19 year old with balls of steel, Matt Barkley from USC who snatched victory from the still beating hearts of 100000+ die hard Buckeye fans who sat stunned in amazement after he led the Trojans on an almost miraculous 90 yard drive to pay dirt. Looks like the reign of terror isn't quite over for the Trojans, if today is anything to go by. I can't wait to see the fireworks in Eugene and Berkeley in a few weeks. Pac 10 should at least be interesting this season, as Cal looks as strong as it has ever been.

Update (1:46):

To make this fair to all pac ten teams, I will put up final scores for every game involving those schools-

Wake Forest 24 - Stanford 17

Washington 42 - Idaho 23

California 59 - Eastern Wash 7

Hawaii 38 - Wash. St. 20

UCLA 19 - Tennessee 15

Oregon State 23 - UNLV 21

Arizona 34 - Northern Ariz. 17

Oregon 38 - Purdue 36

USC 18 - Ohio St. 15 

 

 

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