Gerell Robinson is tackled by Utah's Brian Blechen.
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Dominique Whaley rushed for 83 yards and a touchdown in Oklahoma's victory over Texas.
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Purdue's Robert Maci is blocked by Minnesota's Donnell Kirkwood.
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Pitt's Aaron Donald fights the double team from Rutgers' offensive line.
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Miami's Anthony Chickillo tackles Logan Thomas.
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South Carolina's Marcus Lattimore rushed for 102 yards against Kentucky.
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Wake Forest's Merrill Noel returns an interception.
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South Carolina had a lot to smile about Saturday.
By Braden Gall (@AthlonBraden) and Steven Lassan (@AthlonSteven)
Athlon Sports continues its countdown to the college football season with a look at the top 40 players for 2011 in the Pac-12.
Several factors worked into the criteria for developing the 40 players:
The start of the 2011 college football season is two weeks away. With kickoff right around the corner, Athlon takes a look at the top 10 must-see games in the Pac-12 for 2011.
1. Oregon vs. Stanford (Week 11)
Nov. 12, All-Time Series: Stanford leads 44-29-1
Kickoff for the 2011 season is just a few weeks away. To help pass the time before the opening weekend, Athlon will be taking a look at the best units by conference.
A "1" signifies the best unit in conference, while a "12" indicates the worst.
Athlon's 2011 Pac-12 Unit Rankings
by Steven Lassan (@AthlonSteven on Twitter)
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