Here's a look at what the Pac-12's top Heisman Trophy candidates did over the weekend. Names will be added or subtracted to the list, as warranted.
Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford: Luck completed 23-of-27 for 227 yards with three touchdowns in the 45-19 win over UCLA. He also caught a beautiful, one-handed 13-yard reception on a trick play. Trending? Same.
Chris Polk, RB, Washington: Polk rushed for 189 yards on 29 carries and moved up to second on the program's career rushing list in the 31-14 win over Utah. He ranks 10th in the nation with 122.2 yards rushing per game. He might need to get his buddy, quarterback Keith Price, to stop throwing so many touchdown passes. Polk has just four rushing touchdowns this season. Trending? Up.
Darron Thomas, QB, Oregon: Thomas was off last weekend. He and James can make statements Thursday night against California on ESPN. Trending? Same.
Nick Foles, QB, Arizona: Foles completed 41-of-53 for 425 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions against USC. For the season, he has 14 touchdowns and two interceptions and ranks third in the nation with 375.4 yards passing per game. Problem: His team is 1-4. Trending? Down.
Robert Woods, WR, USC: Woods caught 14 passes for 255 yards with two touchdowns in the win over Arizona. He ranks No. 1 in the nation in receptions per game (11) and is No. 3 in receiving yards per game (149.4). His six touchdowns is tied for second in the nation. Trending: Up.
Keith Price, QB, Washington: He has next to zero national name recognition, but you can't argue with his numbers: 17 touchdown passes, which ranks second in the nation, and a No. 10 pass efficiency rating. Trending: Up.