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  Jake Haener transferred out of Washington to Fresno State and turned into a Pac-12 killer. The Bulldogs quarterback engineered two late touchdown drives to upset No. 13 UCLA and turn Pac-12 After Dark into a debacle for the West's Coast Power Five conference. San Diego State beat Utah in three overtimes, No. 23 BYU won at No. 19 Arizona State, with the help of an amazing chase-down by Tyson Allgeier, and Northern Arizona beat Arizona for the first time in almost 90 years. But nothing was worse than the UCLA loss. Just two weeks ago the Bruins knocked off LSU and seemed on the way to a big season under Chip Kelly. Then Haener, playing through pain, put on one of the performances of the season, throwing for 455 yards and two touchdowns. The Pac-12 is 16-16 in nonconference games, including three losses to BYU, five against Mountain West teams - such as Fresno State - and two to FCS schools. - AP College Football

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