Coming into the home stretch, there are some interesting races for the Pac 12 and Big 12 divisions still. Let's take a look: Big 12 North - At first glance this looks to be a one horse race, as @Wyrmreaver is sitting pretty at 7-1 compared to the next guy in line, @SatansAngel1104 who is at 5-3 overall. But as the geriatric on ESPN would say, "not so fast my friend...". Neal's season finishes up with a head to head vs Oklahoma St and then a game with FNG @Ken Welsch. The Cowboys only have one loss, and a miracle finish could still get them a birth in the conference title game. Big 12 South - Here we have TCU with one conference loss and Texas with 2 losses in conference. However, TCU's one loss came TO the Longhorns, and the Horned Frogs have to play conference power Baylor still. Any slip up could cost Ken a shot at a year 1 conference title. To make things more interesting, Texas and Oklahoma St match up still this year, with both teams going into the game with a "must win" mindset. Predicted Big 12 Winner - My prediction is that ultimately we see a matchup of spread option cheese in the title game between Baylor and TCU, with the sharp cheddar of the 3-3-3-5 being the difference maker for the Bears. Pac 12 North - This race is still in flux, with Stanford having a punchers chance to overtake the favored Huskies. @Cheez has a game left with @whygodwhy1111, but will need to make sure he wins on the road vs USC to ensure his bid in the title game. Oregon and @bringbackjimmy is likely out of the race with an early season loss to Washington. Pact 12 South - Now this race is really intriguing, and not just because it's closest to my heart. USC sits undefeated and #4 in the land with 3 games to play. Unfortunately, those 3 games are a user gauntlet that includes Stanford and division rivals @Jayrah and @recchem2000. If USC loses out and either of those two teams wins out, then Cal or UCLA could still win the South. Predicted Pac 12 Winner - I don't like to pick myself to win, as everyone knows, but the odds are definitely favoring the Trojans to at least get into the title game. In the North I think WGW has Josh shaking in his booties, and that we'll see a rematch of the USC-Washington battle that was a barn-burner early in the year. Here's where I DON'T pick me to win though, and I pick the Huskies to take the conference crown. Who do you guys have winning these conferences?