Pac-12 power rankings: Lots of movement after an eventful weekend
How many conference teams are playing better than Arizona?
Last year, our daughter made it to one house — our next-door neighbors’ — in her green dinosaur costume on Halloween.
She was fine at knocking on the door, saying “Trick or Treat” and extending her bucket. But at not quite 2 years old, the whole accumulation aspect still eluded her; a person had just given her a treat, and she wanted to eat it now. We went home, she ate her fruit snacks, and that was that.
Now almost 3, I’m guessing she’s ready for a few more reps. We’re meeting up with some friends who have a son her age — they’re old pals by now — and they’ve both talked all week about how excited they are to go trick-or-treating together.
This year, Ruby has an inflatable dinosaur costume, the kind that makes it look like a person is riding a T-Rex. Her friend is dressing as a pumpkin.
We’re hitting the streets in the 5 p.m. hour, or not long after the College Football Playoff selection committee announces its first rankings of the season. I’ll have my initial thoughts on Washington’s placement a little later, after we return from an evening of candy collection.
For now, enjoy these power rankings, which feature quite a bit of movement based on Saturday’s results.
(These rankings are intended as a snapshot of the conference at this specific point in time, and not a predicted order of finish. Previous week’s rank in parentheses.)