- Ted Miller, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Pac-12 produced the leading rushers for both the North and South teams in the Senior Bowl on Saturday, capping a good week for conference prospects.
You can see the complete stats from the 21-16 South victory here.
For the South, Stanford's Stepfan Taylor rushed nine times for 53 yards to lead all rushers. He also caught two passes.
For the North, UCLA's Johnathan Franklin rushed for 41 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown on five carries. Oregon's Kenjon Barner only had three carries for 13 yards, but he also caught seven passes for 59 yards and a score.
UCLA punter Jeff Locke averaged 45.4 yards on seven punts.
As for defense, UCLA DE Datone Jones capped a good week with half a sack and three tackles. Oregon State CB Jordan Poyer had three tackles and a pass breakup. Washington CB Desmond Trufant and USC safety T.J. McDonald both had two tackles.
Stanford OLB Chase Thomas was third on the South with five tackles.
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