Pac-12 Football Rankings – Week 4

Pac-12 football rankings entering Week 4 of the 2016 season. Stanford remains on top thanks to another complete Christian McCaffrey performance against USC.

Another big night for Christian McCaffrey against USC still has Stanford on top of the Pac-12, but Washington keeps crushing opponents – even if this week it was FCS foe Portland State. 

And here’s to hoping Oregon running back Royce Freeman is feeling better after leaving the Ducks’ loss at Nebraska. Here’s a look at where we see the rest of the Pac-12 heading into Week 4.

Week 4 Pac-12 Football Rankings

12. Oregon State 

Cruised past Idaho State to avoid dropping to 0-2.

11. Washington State

The Cougars flashed their offensive muscles again in a win over Idaho.

10. Arizona

Handled Hawaii in some Pac-12 After Dark action.

9. Arizona State 

Needed a big fourth-quarter comeback to survive its trip to UTSA on Friday.

8. California

Stop. Dropping. The ball. Early. Luckily, the Bears still hung on for a huge win over Texas. 

7. Utah

Didn’t get tripped up by a road game at San Jose State.

6. Colorado

Played very well early and got a nice lead on Michigan before the Wolverines pulled away.

5. USC

The Trojans still can’t stop Christian McCaffrey.

4. Oregon

Royce Freeman is one of the best running backs in the country, and hopefully his injury isn’t too serious after leaving early in the loss to Nebraska.

3. UCLA 

Survived a tough trip to BYU.

2. Washington 

The Huskies are 3-0 after crushing Portland State 41-3.

1. Stanford

McCaffrey burns USC again to keep the Cardinal atop the conference rankings.

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