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Thread: The Trojans, the Ducks, the Bruins, and all those guys: The PAC-12 rivals thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwight Schr-Ute View Post
    Yikes.




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    People aren’t happy.

    After the announcement the USC band started playing the only song they know....a fan shouted from the back that he wasn’t cheering for that.


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    RIP Traveler.




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    This thread is brilliant.


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    Arizona State schedules H-H with Mississippi State, beginning in 2024, with ASU hosting first.

    https://www.cbssports.com/college-fo...d-home-series/

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    New Oregon State coaches making an early impression. Get busted sending recruiting letters to current University of Hawaii players. To their campus addresses. Get called out on Twitter by the UH head coach. Who also happened to tag the NCAA. And Lavar Ball. Because.




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    Cracks are forming in the Pac-12: Will they be patched before it's too late?

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    Is it time to start calling it the Power Four? Now four years into the College Football Playoff era and 20 years since the Bowl Championship Series started, the Pac-12 has the Power Five's fewest total appearances (five).

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    Cracks are forming in the Pac-12: Will they be patched before it's too late?

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    They write this article every year about one of the P5 conferences. Three years ago, they wrote it about the ACC. The past two years, they wrote it about the Big12. Guess it's our turn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooblue View Post
    Cracks are forming in the Pac-12: Will they be patched before it's too late?

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    This might be helpful to you:

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