Here's a look at what the Pac-12's top Heisman Trophy candidates did over the weekend. Our list has notably thinned.
Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford: Luck completed 29-of-40 for 330 yards with three TDs and an interception in the 56-48 triple-overtime win over USC. He also rushed for 36 yards and a score. He ranks fifth in the nation in passing efficiency. He's completing 72 percent of his throws with 23 TDs and four interceptions. Trending? Same.
Chris Polk, RB, Washington: Against Arizona, Polk scored five touchdowns and became the first player in Washington history with at least 100 yards rushing and receiving in a single game. He had 34 carries for 144 yards and four TDs and he caught four passes for 100 yards with another score. He ranks fifth in the nation in rushing with 127 yards per game. Trending? Up.
LaMichael James, RB, Oregon: James returned to action against Washington State after missing two games. He had 53 yards rushing on 13 carries in the Ducks win. He ranks second in the nation with 150.8 yards rushing per game. Trending? Down.