LOS ANGELES (AP) — UCLA’s Dorian Thompson-Robinson and Arizona State’s Jayden Daniels are the top two dual-threat quarterbacks in the Pac-12. They will also be the focal point in a pivotal South Division game at the Rose Bowl on Saturday. Thompson-Robinson is tied for the conference lead with nine touchdown passes and has the No. 20 Bruins off to their best start since 2015. Daniels leads the conference in completion percentage among starting quarterbacks. Both have been just as lethal when they run. Daniels is averaging 6.9 yards per carry and has two touchdowns. Thompson-Robinson also has two rushing TDs and has the most rushing attempts among quarterbacks.