Behind Stanford and Oregon, Pac-12 up in the air

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By Natalie Flanzer By Natalie Flanzer

UNDATED (AP) -- Stanford has yet to have a real test and Oregon is on the rebound.

The order for the rest of the Pac-12 food chain is a long way from being determined.

The early results have been either mixed or awful for most of the conference in its first season divided into two divisions after the addition of Utah and Colorado.

Arizona State (2-0) has climbed into the national rankings at No. 22 but the Sun Devils needed a missed 47-yard field goal to beat Missouri at home last week in overtime. USC (2-0) got a conference home victory over Utah, but had to block a field goal to prevent overtime in that one.

Washington, Washington State and California also are 2-0 but the level of competition makes judging the quality of those teams impossible.