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  1. I think my record on my picks, over the years, shows that I know more about the PAC12 than you are giving me credit for. That being said, my focus is on all of CFB, and because I'm not emotionally attached to the PAC12, I can see things better than those who are emotionally attached. Utah is the better team - with or without Rising. Only because of Rising's absence did I predict a Utah win of only 7 points. Oregon's betting line was lower last week, than USC's betting line this week. And how did that work out? Betting lines are only there to entice people to bet .... Colorado has talent at the skill positions, but not enough talent all the way around. And Colorado's defense is pretty porous, as we saw last week against Oregon. ASU is awful. Cal should easily win. Stanford might be the worst team in CFB. They lost at home to Sacramento State. And you expect them to give Oregon fits? The Dawgs are looking like the best team in the PAC12. They will win big over AZ.
  2. Utah over Oregon State, 27-20 USC over Colorado, 51-10 Cal over ASU, 23-13 Oregon over Stanford, 56-9 Washington over Arizona, 53-17
  3. Based on your logic, take out USC, Oregon, and UW who are all B1G Bound; and Utah who is B12 bound, and you only have one ranked PAC12 team. And Kansas is also a ranked B12 team.
  4. It's an opinion poll that has no bearing on the CFP selections. The rankings that matter are still 5 weeks away. I think UCLA and CU will finish in the Top 25, but not higher than 20. As for UW, USC, Oregon and Utah .... They have losses coming their way. It will be interesting to see where they are in November.
  5. Sounds a little racist. Doubt it. Whittingham is one of the best in CFB. If he were at an elite program, he probably would have played for a few NCs, and probably won one.
  6. Outside of the conference, no one in the PAC12 has played anyone. The only ranked opponents have been in conference games, from an "opinion poll". We're a long way from seeing who's actually good.
  7. Picked Utah by 6 and they won by 7. HIT! Pick Colorado because of what I wanted to see happen and ignoring the obvious cost me. MISSED! I expected more out of OSU. WSU dominated this game from the onset. OSU will finish 7-5 as I had earlier predicted. MISSED! Arizona squeaks on out. Didn't see the game, but I expected more out of AZ, because Stanford isn't very good. HIT! USC did what everyone knew they would do, against a bad ASU team. HIT! Washington also did what everyone knew they would do. HIT!
  8. We were both wrong. The Ducks showed everyone that Colorado isn't ready for big game football. Look for USC to give the Buffs the same treatment, this coming week.
  9. @utenation .... I guess that ESPN is "clinging" to that Dan Lanning pre-season comment, too .... Oregon Coach Dan Lanning Makes Things Personal With Colorado And Deion Sanders (msn.com)
  10. Utah over UCLA, 36-30 Colorado over Oregon, 31-30 Oregon State over Washinton State, 37-20 Arizona over Stanford, 34-13 USC over Arizona State, 56-10 Washington over California, 48-13
  11. I didn't quote you. I quoted PAC MAN, from your reply.
  12. Speaking to your comments: Oregon almost got beat by a team that's not much better than Colorado State. As for holding on to comments from pre-season: Fans from all schools do exactly that. Those comments tend to resurface during game week. Even ESPN website had a recent article about Lanning's comments regarding Colorado. Are you going to ask them if they are being serious? I think Oregon will win. But I won't be surprised if Colorado pulls of the upset.
  13. PAC MAN did, and I responded to that comment of his.
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