Pac-12 Week Three Roundup: Oregon Ducks Win, Stanford Tops USC Trojans

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Sep 19, 2015; Los Angeles, CA, USA; General view of Pac-12 logo on the field at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum before the NCAA football game between the Stanford Cardinal and Southern California Trojans. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The third week of the 2015 College Football season is in the books and there was some early season chaos in the Pac-12 Conference. When the race at the end only includes four teams, winning early and often is important. Wins are big, but losses can hurt more. In the case of the Oregon Ducks an early season loss at the hands of a solid non-conference opponent may be easier to come back from than a Conference loss at home to an unranked opponent. Saturday saw a full slate of games for the Pac-12 and the first official in Conference game of the season.

One team exploded on Offense, and if you didn’t watch it may not be the team that you think. Kevin Hogan played the way he didn’t against Northwestern, which was not a good outcome for the opposing USC Trojans and Utah used Devontae Booker, Special Teams and Defense to show the rest of the country just how dangerous they can be. Oregon gets them next and the Utes may have Quarterback Travis Wilson back at the helm.

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