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2017 Schedule
4-0, 1st in Pac 12 - North
Falk puts on clinic in rout of Nevada (1:01)
Martin Jr. dives for the pylon getting a Washington State TD (0:54)
Falk shows off big arm with deep pass to Bell (0:34)
Falk throws 4th touchdown pass against Nevada (0:34)

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

As a result of such massive preseason expectations, USC's first four games have to be considered underwhelming. Still, the Trojans are about to go to 4-0 and at this time a year ago, they were sitting at 1-3. Next week is massive: Friday night at Washington State, which will also enter the game undefeated.

Cornwell picked off by Washington State defense (0:42)
Cougars score on a 40-yard catch a run (0:38)
Washington State extends lead on shovel-pass TD (0:37)
Washington State strikes first with 12-yard TD pass (0:29)
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Another happy return for UW's Pettis

Dante Pettis tied Texas Tech-ex Wes Welker for the most career punt returns for scores. Devante Downs' big game vs. Ole Miss included his fourth career interception. With six TD passes on Saturday, Luke Falk is the active FBS career leader with 98.

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7dMel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay

Picking the conference champs after Week 3

Our two experts are split on which school will come out on top in the Pac-12. They can't even agree on which division the winner will come from.

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8dAdam Rittenberg

Week 3 Power Rankings: Wazzu zooms up to No. 16

Washington State improves six notches in the wake of its thumping of Oregon State. It will finish non-conference play next Saturday vs. Nevada before welcoming USC to Pullman.

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Falk's got real estate in Corvallis

With six TD passes in a rout of Oregon State on Saturday, Washington State QB Luke Falk now has more passing TDs against one single opponent than any other FBS quarterback since 2000. (ESPN Stats & Info)

Falk leads Washington State to rout Oregon State (0:49)

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington State QB Luke Falk threw six touchdown passes against Oregon State on Saturday, which brings his career total against the Beavers to 22. Since at least 2000, no FBS QB has thrown for more touchdown passes against a single opponent. Hawaii's Colt Brennan had the previous high (18 vs. New Mexico State).

Team Stats

Passing Yards432.53rd
Rushing Yards71.8127th
Points For43.812th
Points Against18.5Tied-29th

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