Pac 12 Power Rankings Week 14: Arizona, Stanford Rise, UCLA and Arizona State Fall

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Nov 28, 2014; Pasadena, CA, USA; UCLA Bruins wide receiver Thomas Duarte (18), quarterback Brett Hundley (17) and wide receiver Devin Fuller (7) celebrate a touchdown in the first half of the game against the Stanford Cardinal at the Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

70. Wow, UCLA. The Bruins played a tough schedule all year en route to their 9-3 record, so three losses is understandable. What’s not acceptable, however, is losing to Utah and Stanford, two decent but not great teams, when you have a Pac-12 Championship on the line. <p>These guys threw away the south, and if they had done what they should have done all year, they’d be in the College Football Playoff race.</p> <p>Brett Hundley had maybe his worst game of the year Saturday with the most to play for, which calls his intangibles into question, and the defense rolled over and died, which was a theme in all of the losses this year, as the Bruins got embarrassed by Stanford. This has to be one of the most disappointing let downs of all time.</p> <p>UCLA could still squeak into a New Year’s Six bowl game and make some noise, but what does it matter at this point? They blew huge opportunities this year, and that’s what the season will be remembered for.</p>. 9-3 (6-3). Previous: 2nd. UCLA Bruins. 6. team

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