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

  1. #1261
    Quote Originally Posted by Applejack View Post
    Since we are now in the Pac-12 South hunt, let's track who we want to win this week:

    Utah over UofA. Duh.
    Washington vs. Oregon. Who cares? This is a pac-12 North battle.
    Cal over UCLA. I know, UCLA is out of the picture (well, not yet) and you don't want them to be winless before Utah comes to the Rose bowl. But, we ALWAYS want South-North battles to go to the north when we are not playing and we ALWAYS like to see UCLA suffer.
    Colorado over USC. Surprised? Don't be. We need USC to lose any game possible. Have you seen their schedule? They avoid Washington AND Oregon?!?!?!!? They already got blown out be Stanford so realistically this is one of the most likely losses for them left on their schedule.
    We want UCLA to beat Cal because we could be competing with Cal for a bowl slot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by concerned View Post
    We want UCLA to beat Cal because we could be competing with Cal for a bowl slot.
    I wouldn't think Cal would win the North and challenge us for a shot at the Rose Bowl, but you never know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Applejack View Post
    Colorado over USC. Surprised? Don't be. We need USC to lose any game possible. Have you seen their schedule? They avoid Washington AND Oregon?!?!?!!? They already got blown out be Stanford so realistically this is one of the most likely losses for them left on their schedule.
    You are likely right, but the real answer here is that we don't know who to root for. CU certainly has a tougher schedule than USC. On the other hand, if USC beats CU this weekend, we control our own destiny for the south.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sancho View Post
    You are likely right, but the real answer here is that we don't know who to root for. CU certainly has a tougher schedule than USC. On the other hand, if USC beats CU this weekend, we control our own destiny for the south.
    what I think will happen to Colorado when Utah plays them



  5. #1265
    Quote Originally Posted by Scorcho View Post
    what I think will happen to Colorado when Utah plays them


    Lol! I can’t stop watching that. I gotta go buy my wife a turtleneck now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorcho View Post
    what I think will happen to Colorado when Utah plays them
    And I'll be there to see it!

    Anyone else going to Boulder this year? D'n'F?

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    Evidence of actual corruption in Pac 12 officiating...to the surprise of no one.

  8. #1268
    Quote Originally Posted by sancho View Post
    Evidence of actual corruption in Pac 12 officiating...to the surprise of no one.

    http://www.espn.com/college-football...te-game-report
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    I don’t follow other conferences officiating but it seems that PAC12 officiating has been a joke for ever. Even back in the Mountain West days, I hated having PAC12 refs as they seemed to always favor the other team (I am sure every fan feels that way).

  10. #1270
    Way too early for this, but I'm day dreaming. The following teams control their own destiny in the south:

    USC at 3-1
    Utah at 2-2

    The other four teams can still tie for the division lead but lose tiebreakers:

    Colorado at 2-1 has a loss to USC
    Arizona at 2-2 has losses to USC and Utah
    UCLA at 1-2 has a loss to Colorado
    ASU at 2-2 has a loss to Colorado

    UCLA lost to UW by just a TD last week, and they easily beat Cal yesterday. Sure would have been nice to play them at the beginning of the season when they were awful instead of on a short week on the road when they are good.

    USC looked like USC last night. Athletic, strong, fast at every position...except RB. That was the key difference. The WR's are pretty scary, though. The freshman QB looked like a star freshman - plenty of bad throws, some really bad decisions, and a few perfect plays. Hopefully, Gustin is out on Sat.
    Last edited by sancho; 10-14-2018 at 04:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sancho View Post
    Hopefully, Gustin is out on Sat.
    It's official - Gustin out for the season.

  12. #1272
    Quote Originally Posted by sancho View Post
    It's official - Gustin out for the season.
    And Penei Sewell out for Oregon with ankle sprain. He might miss his Utah homecoming game.

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    Too bad Penei and Gustin will be on the sidelines for their homecomings. They should ask Gabe Reid about the experience.


    * They should not contact Ty Jones.

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    This is a fun read:

    Yahoo Sports exclusive: WSU's Mike Leach called out Pac-12 officiating via text after controversial USC game

    https://sports.yahoo.com/yahoo-sport...044605525.html

    It’s by Pete Thamel, who’s no slouch as a writer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LA Ute View Post
    This is a fun read:

    Yahoo Sports exclusive: WSU's Mike Leach called out Pac-12 officiating via text after controversial USC game

    https://sports.yahoo.com/yahoo-sport...044605525.html

    It’s by Pete Thamel, who’s no slouch as a writer.
    I’m really not sure why Larry Scott is still employed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LA Ute View Post
    This is a fun read:

    Yahoo Sports exclusive: WSU's Mike Leach called out Pac-12 officiating via text after controversial USC game

    https://sports.yahoo.com/yahoo-sport...044605525.html

    It’s by Pete Thamel, who’s no slouch as a writer.
    The freedom of information act is a little creepy.

    Coaches should know better, though.

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