*ASU 35, COLORADO 13: The 14-point favored Sun Devils were the superior team from the start, even though they led just 14-10 with 11 minutes remaining in the third quarter.
*JAYDEN DANIELS IS GETTING HIT TOO OFTEN: He ran for 75 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries (some of them scrambles because of shaky pass protection) and threw for 236 yards on 18 completions on 25 attempts.
*THERE IS MORE EVIDENCE THAT NOT EVERYONE IS BUYING IN: Jack Jones did not start because he either was either late or missed a meeting, according to ESPN. Last week, Johnny Wilson not start at BYU for the same reason.
*ON THE INJURY FRONT: Linebacker Darien Butler, ASU’s best defender this season, left in third quarter … Corner Chase Lucas, injured last week at BYU, did not play … Running back Chip Trayanum missed his third consecutive game because of what Herm Edwards called a minor injury on September 11.
*THE 30-POINT UNDERDOG UA WAS DOWN JUST ONE SCORE IN THE FOURTH QUARTER AT EUGENE: But the 27-19 deficit quickly became a rout in the eventual Oregon 41-19 win.
*AROUND THE PAC 12 SOUTH: UCLA won 35-24 at Stanford with Dorian Thompson-Robinson battling through a throwing shoulder issue … USC was blown out again, losing 45-27 to Oregon State which had not won in Los Angeles since the Eisenhower administration (61 years ago) … and Utah rallied in the fourth quarter and to beat Washington State 24-13 in Salt Lake City.