Week 10 - Pac 12 North Outlook & League Impact Freshmen

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  1. MurkYa21

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    #1 - Washington - Washington has moved ahead to number due to the success they've had this season and taking their remaining schedule into account. I expect them to beat Arizona this week, and then they will face Cal for who takes the North, most likely. They do have to play Colorado and Washington State after that, but they should be able to get those wins due to the talent on their roster alone.

    #2 - Cal - Cal is still undefeated against users this season, only losing to Oregon 30-24. They face off against #2 UCLA this week which could make or break their season. If they win, and continue to win when they play Washington State, #4 Washington, and #6 Utah you have to think this team is National Championship worthy despite their one loss.

    #3 - Oregon State - Oregon State sits at 4-2 in the conference and only have #11 Colorado and #6 Utah left to play after destroying Washington State 52-10. They are more than capable of winning those two games, they just can't make the same mistakes they made against UCLA. With a Washington win over Cal, and another Cal loss somewhere down the road they could jump into the conference championship and represent the North.

    #4 - Washington State - WSU has potential to knock off some conference championship hopefuls and they will have to do so in order to make it into a bowl game. Most of this team will be back next year, and a bowl game would be key for them to start moving this program in the right direction.
     
  2. MurkYa21

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    Top 3 PAC 12 Freshmen

    #1 - Utah HB Benjamin DeLoach

    DeLoach is rated 75 overall and is second in the PAC 12 in rushing yards behind Oregon State Sophomore Robert Murphy. He has totaled 915 yards on 135 carries with 9 TDs.

    #2 - Colorado WR Mike Gutierrez

    Gutierrez leads the PAC 12 in receiving yards averaging 20.1 yard per catch on 35 receptions, that's 705 yards for all you math majors, and 3 TDs.

    #3 - Oregon State K Dwayne Wilson

    21 of 21 FGs made and 35 of 36 on extra points leads the PAC 12.



    This is all I've got, doesn't look like many Freshmen are getting PT in the PAC 12. Post your guys that you want to share if you've got any..
     

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