Brett Hundley knows what's going on in the Pac-12 South standings. His fellow UCLA students have told him all about it in the past two days since the Bruins climbed over Southern California to get on top.
But the freshman quarterback has been around Los Angeles long enough to know the crosstown rivalry shouldn't consume him. Even after No. 17 UCLA vaulted past the Trojans in the AP Top 25, the BCS rankings and the division standings, he's only thinking about what's in front of him - a trip to ice-cold Washington State this Saturday.
"Yeah, there has been a lot of people just talking about the SC game,'' Hundley said. "But I try to remind everybody, they have an opponent who's not us this week. They play, I think, (Arizona State) this week, and we have Washington State this week. That shouldn't even be coming into our heads, and it hasn't. We're preparing for Washington State, and we'll play SC next week, and then we'll focus on SC.''
Hundley and his Bruins (7-2, 4-2 Pac-12) are b...