|ASU QB Taylor Kelly threw three interceptions against USC, his first career game with three picks. (AP)|
A trio of quarterbacks doomed their teams in Week 11, in different ways. One started strong then faded. One fumbled the game away. One never had a shot.
QB Taylor Kelly, Arizona State: Kelly was on fire out of the gate against USC in Week 11, throwing a 34-yard touchdown pass to TE Chris Coyle less than four minutes into the game? Could the Sun Devils knock off the mighty Trojans for the signature win of the young Todd Graham era? No. Kelly threw three interceptions, his first career three-pick game, and USC cruised to a three-touchdown win, 38-17.
QB Cody Vaz, Oregon State: Oh, Cody. We wanted to love you. We even did... for a while. Remember back against BYU, when you started off so well? Flash forward to last Saturday against Stanford, when you ended so poorly. Vaz's crucial fumble with 9:21 left and the ball on the Oregon State 25-yard line gave Stanford a plum opportunity to take the lead, and it did, and then the win, which it did. And now Sean Mannion is back in the starting lineup for the Beavers against Cal.
QB Travis Wilson, Utah: Wilson's up-and-down freshman campaign continued, and he was down, down, down in a 34-15 loss at Washington. Not only was he sacked four times, but he completed just 8 of 23 passes for 55 yards and an interception. The Utes finished with just 188 total yards and squandered a huge game from RB John White (142 yards, 2 TDs).