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Pac-12 2012 team highs and lows

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  1. RSSBot

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    By Ted Miller

    [​IMG]Every team and every player has highs and lows. So we're going to take note of the Pac-12 highs and lows in 2012.First up are the team highs and lows (first team listed should be credited with number).TEAM HIGHSPoints: 77, Oregon State vs. Nicholls State; 70, Oregon vs. ColoradoTotal offensive yards: 730, Oregon vs. USCYards per play: 11.0, Arizona vs. Colorado (52 plays, 574 yards)Rushing yards: 438, Arizona vs. ColoradoPassing yards: 493, USC vs.

    Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-12 Blog
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  2. Creebuzz

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    Please stop kicking us, Ted. We know.
     
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    Can someone forward this to Embree, big Al and others?
     
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    Gee Ted, thanks for writing an article pointing out all of the records teams set against us.
     
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    "That's some good foundation digging."

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  6. BuffNut99

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    Sad thing is, there are plenty of other really bad numbers that didn't make it on there. LOTS of dubious records set last season, in The Worst Season of Buffs Football Ever.
     

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