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3-3, 2nd in Pac 12 - South
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Campus Convo: The Pac-12 takes a major hit in Week 7

Matt Schick, Ryan McGee and Adam Rittenberg talk about the stunning losses for Washington and Washington State in Week 7 and delve into what it means for the Pac-12 contenders moving forward.

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Surprising turn for Sun Devil D

In itself, Arizona State's upset of Washington was surprising. But Washington's inability to score was even more shocking. Entering the game, Arizona State had allowed at least 30 points in 11 straight games, the longest active streak in FBS. (ESPN Stats & Info)

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Arizona State hands Washington its first loss (2:10)
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How does Washington's loss impact CFB landscape? (1:14)
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Wilkins: 'Defense was everything' (0:58)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Three coaches on the hot seat who recorded huge wins today: Texas A&M's Kevin Sumlin, Boston College's Steve Addazio and Arizona State's Todd Graham.

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Graham: 'Great night to be a Sun Devil' (1:15)
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Arizona State's bold fourth-down seals game (0:59)
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Washington misses another FG (0:50)
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Ballage strikes first for ASU (0:17)
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Top-10 teams can't stop losing, and we can't get enough of it

First it was Clemson and Washington State on Friday. Auburn and Washington followed on Saturday. This season is taking some strange and surprising turns thanks to losses by top-10 teams. Here's hoping it continues.

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Washington holds huge advantage over Arizona State

The Huskies head into Tempe undefeated, but they've had trouble at Arizona State since the turn of the century. As Washington looks to get its first win in the desert since 2001, Arizona State hopes to earn its first win over an AP top-5 team since 1996.

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Bryce Love's record-breaking day (1:39)
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Reid gets his second interception of the game (0:38)
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Love streaks for 59-yard TD (0:42)

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford running back Bryce Love has 159 yards rushing at halftime against Arizona State, which brings his season total to 947 in four and a half games. Only two RBs since 2004, have rushed for more than 1,000 yards in his team's first five games of the season: Northern Illinois' Garrett Wolfe in 2006 (1,181) and LSU's Leonard Fournette in 2015 (1,022).

Team Stats

Passing Yards288.725th
Rushing Yards114.5113th
Points For29.362nd
Points Against31.5100th

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