Pac-12 Conference Race S4

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  1. IrishBearcat

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    NORTH DIVISION

    RANK TEAM USER STATUS CONFERENCE RECORD REMAINING OPPONENTS
    1 Oregon State MNoffke ALIVE 5-0 UTAH, @CU, @WASH, ORE
    2 California IrishBearcat ALIVE 4-1 @WSU, ORE, STAN, @CU
    3 Washington State MurkYa21 ALIVE 4-1 CAL, @ASU, CU, WASH
    4 Washington Fuzzyl0gic ALIVE 4-2 UTAH, OSU, @WSU
    5 Stanford CPU ELIMINATED 2-4 N/A
    6 Oregon CPU ELIMINATED 0-5 N/A



    SOUTH DIVISION

    TEAM USER RANK STATUS CONFERENCE RECORD REMAINING OPPONENTS
    1 Colorado PhilStyle3005 ALIVE 6-0 OSU, @WSU, CAL
    2 Utah Oshiomogho ALIVE 4-2 @OSU, @WASH, ZONA
    3 UCLA -Cougars- ELIMINATED 3-3 N/A
    4 Arizona BakerWildcat7 ELIMINATED 1-4 N/A
    5 USC CPU ELIMINATED 1-6 N/A
    6 Arizona State CPU ELIMINATED 1-7 N/A



    With Colorado's victory over USC after UCLA's shocking implosion against the Sun Devils, they have been eliminated from the Pac-12 CCG race. Congrats to -Cougars- and his three year run, but as many expected a young team would most likely force a new Pac-12 champ. This will be the season.

    We'll start with the South who's race is much clearer. Colorado and Philstyle3005 are in the driver's seat to stamp their ticket in the CCG. Oshiomogho 's Utah squad is the sole South team alive in the division race, but for them to win it CU would have to lose their last three games and Utah would have to win their last three as well. A CU conference win or Utah conference loss will lock the Buffaloes in as South Division Champs.

    The North division is much more competitive and exciting with 4 teams still in the hunt. I predict it HIGHLY unlikely for a 3 conference loss team to claim the North. Washington is a live, but fuzzyl0gic will have to win out to have any shot to get in the big dance. Both Cal and WSU have 1 conference loss to the #1 team in the nation. They meet this week and the winner will most likely have the lone shot to overtake Oregon State in the North Division Race. Oregon State faces a Utah team they lost to 3-34 last season, and then faces two top 10 team teams consecutively on the road. Oregon has a ton of talent, but Coach MNoffke doesn't lose to CPU teams.

    IMO it's Colorado vs OSU/CAL/WSU. You can make that a Colorado OSU/(Winner of Cal/WSU game) in reality. The key game on the schedule will be for OSU to win against Utah at home. If they lose and are forced to win two straight conference games on the road against top 10 teams their chances are grim especially with a young team.

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  2. -Cougars-

    -Cougars- Walk On

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    Good lord this season I may miss out on my sixth star, 3 losses!
     

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