Nov 2, 2013; Pasadena, CA, USA; UCLA Bruins quarterback Brett Hundley (17) walks off the field with the game ball after the game against the Colorado Buffaloes at Rose Bowl. UCLA defeated Colorado 45-23. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Pac-12 Picks: Week Ten Results

Nov 1, 2013; Corvallis, OR, USA; Southern California Trojans quarterback Cody Kessler (6) directs the Spirit of Troy marching band after the game against the Oregon State Beavers at Reser Stadium. USC defeated Oregon State 31-14. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Arizona State at Washington State

My Pick: ASU 35, WSU 24

Actual Result: ASU 55, WSU 21

The final score doesn’t quite reflect how ugly this game was at halftime with the Sun Devils up 42-14. Taylor Kelly threw five touchdowns and ran for two more and the Cougars were embarrassed at home in front of a tiny crowd. Arizona State continues to dominate the fair state of Washington.

USC at Oregon State

My Pick: OSU 31, USC 21

Actual Result: USC 31, OSU 14

I was straight up wrong on this one. Instead of standing tough for an important conference win at home, the Beavers were steamrolled by the Trojan rushing attack. Silas Redd carried 22 times for 140 yards, but Javorious Allen, who had never rushed for more than 45 yards in a game, slashed Oregon State for 133 yards and three rushing touchdowns. Meanwhile Mannion threw three interceptions. Exactly the kind of road win I didn’t think USC was capable of under Coach O.

Arizona at California

My Pick: Arizona 41, Cal 20

Actual Result: Arizona 33, Cal 28

The competitiveness of this game certainly makes Arizona’s 6-2 look a bit weak. The only ranked team faced by the Wildcats so far? Washington, #16 at the time, and that didn’t go so well for Arizona. Up next is UCLA, and it may get pretty ugly.

Colorado at UCLA

My Pick: UCLA 45, Colorado 14

Actual Score: UCLA 45, Colorado 23

Plenty to nitpick for UCLA fans, but overall a pretty solid home win coming off of two draining losses to the Pac-12 North powers. The Bruins got a little bit of that Washington treatment against Oregon and Stanford, but they followed up the setbacks with this win rather than Washington’s meltdown at Arizona State.

Record This Week: 3-1

Record This Year: 57-11

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