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Pac-12 Football Predictions (Summer Edition)

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  1. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    It's always fun to look back on these after the season's over.

    You can copy and paste from below for your post to make it easier.

    Pac-12 South
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    Pac-12 North
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    Pac-12 Champion:

    #1 Pass Offense:

    #1 Run Offense:

    #1 Scoring Offense:

    #1 Scoring Defense:

    Offensive MVP:

    Defensive MVP:

    Impact Freshman (Offense):

    Impact Freshman (Defense):

    Coach of the Year:

    Bowl Participants:
     
  2. Quattro

    Quattro Banned BANNED Club Member

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    Pac-12 South
    1. UCLA
    2. Arizona State
    3. Arizona
    4. USC
    5. Colorado
    6. Utah

    Pac-12 North
    1. Stanford
    2. Oregon
    3. Washington
    4. California
    5. Oregon State
    6. Washington State

    Pac-12 Champion:

    #1 Pass Offense:

    #1 Run Offense: Stanford

    #1 Scoring Offense: Oregon

    #1 Scoring Defense: Stanford

    Offensive MVP: Marcus Marriota

    Defensive MVP:

    Impact Freshman (Offense):

    Impact Freshman (Defense):

    Coach of the Year: David Shaw

    Bowl Participants:
     
  3. boydbuff

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    Pac-12 South
    1. UCLA
    2. USC
    3. ASU
    4. Arizona
    5. Colorado
    6. Utah

    Pac-12 North
    1. Oregon
    2. Stanford
    3. Washington
    4. Oregon State
    5. Cal
    6. WSU

    Pac-12 Champion: Oregon

    #1 Pass Offense: Oregon

    #1 Run Offense: Stanford

    #1 Scoring Offense: Oregon

    #1 Scoring Defense: Stanford

    Offensive MVP: M. Lee (USC) Probably top 5 Heisman candidate

    Defensive MVP: Sutton (ASU)

    Impact Freshman (Offense): Tyner (Oregon)

    Impact Freshman (Defense): Bigelow (USC)

    Coach of the Year: Our very own MM (I had to go for us for something and truthfully if he gets us even close to .500 he might deserve it!)

    Bowl Participants: Not CU, but if we do make it than MM absolutely deserves coach of the year, not just in the Pac 12 but in the nation.
     
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  4. sliderNcider

    sliderNcider MacLovin Club Member

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    Pac-12 South
    1. UCLA
    2. USC
    3. Arizona
    4. Arizona State
    5. Utah
    6. Colorado

    Pac-12 North
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    Stanford
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    Oregon
    3. Oregon State
    4. Washington
    5. Cal
    6. Washington St

    Pac-12 Champion: Stanford

    #1 Pass Offense: Oregon

    #1 Run Offense: Stanford

    #1 Scoring Offense: Oregon

    #1 Scoring Defense: Stanford

    Offensive MVP: Ka'Deem Carey

    Defensive MVP: Will Sutton

    Impact Freshman (Offense): Thomas Tyner

    Impact Freshman (Defense): Tahaan Goodman

    Coach of the Year: Rich Rodriguez

    Bowl Participants: Oregon, Stanford, Oregon State, UCLA, Washington, USC, Arizona, Arizona State
     
  5. White_Rabbit

    White_Rabbit Club Member Club Member

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    Pac-12 South
    1. UCLA
    2. Arizona State
    3. USC
    4. Arizona
    5. Colorado
    6. Utah

    Pac-12 North
    1. Stanford
    2. Washington (I've been saying UW will have a break out year for years now, eventually it'll happen!)
    3. Oregon (UO lost a lot on defense last year and I'm not convinced for a second that Helfrich will keep it running smoothly up there in Eugene)
    4. Oregon State
    5. Cal
    6. WSU

    Pac-12 Champion: Stanford

    #1 Pass Offense: Cal

    #1 Run Offense: Stanford

    #1 Scoring Offense: Oregon

    #1 Scoring Defense: Stanford

    Offensive MVP: Brett Hundley

    Defensive MVP: Morgan Breslin

    Impact Freshman (Offense): Max Browne

    Impact Freshman (Defense): Priest Willis

    Coach of the Year: Steve Sarkisian

    Bowl Participants: Stanford, UCLA, Oregon, Washington, Oregon State, USC, ASU, Oregon State
     
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  6. cmgoods

    cmgoods Olympic Sports Mod Club Member

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    Pac-12 South
    1. USC
    2. UCLA
    3. Arizona State
    4. Arizona
    5. Colorado
    6. Utah

    Pac-12 North
    1. Oregon
    2. Stanford
    3. Oregon State
    4. Washington
    5. Cal
    6. Washington State

    Pac-12 Champion: Oregon

    #1 Pass Offense: UCLA

    #1 Run Offense: Oregon

    #1 Scoring Offense: Oregon

    #1 Scoring Defense: Stanford

    Offensive MVP: Mariota

    Defensive MVP: Barr

    Impact Freshman (Offense): Thomas Tyner

    Impact Freshman (Defense): Sua Cravens

    Coach of the Year: Shaw

    Bowl Participants: USC, UCLA, Arizona State, Arizona, Oregon, Stanford, Oregon State, Washington
     
  7. sliderNcider

    sliderNcider MacLovin Club Member

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    I know we're all about koolaid.... but everyone else has us finishing ahead of Utah in the South. Where do you guys see our Pac-12 wins coming from?
     
  8. cmgoods

    cmgoods Olympic Sports Mod Club Member

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    Utah, maybe Cal
     
  9. Quattro

    Quattro Banned BANNED Club Member

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    Utah and Cal
     
  10. Duff Man

    Duff Man Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    Pac-12 South
    1. UCLA
    2. ASU
    3. USC
    4. Arizona
    5. Utah
    6. Colorado

    Pac-12 North
    1. Stanford
    2. Washington
    3. Oregon
    4. Oregon State
    5. Cal
    6. Wazzu

    Pac-12 Champion: Stanford

    #1 Pass Offense: UCLA

    #1 Run Offense: Oregon

    #1 Scoring Offense: UCLA

    #1 Scoring Defense: Washington

    Offensive MVP: Brett Hundley

    Defensive MVP: Will Sutton

    Impact Freshman (Offense): Craig Lee (UCLA)

    Impact Freshman (Defense): Joe Mathis (Washington)

    Coach of the Year: Steve Sarkisian

    Bowl Participants: UCLA, ASU, UCLA, Arizona, Stanford, Washington, Oregon, Oregon State
     
  11. White_Rabbit

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    :lol: That crossed my mind. I figured the least I could do was have us beating out Utah for last place.

    I'm hoping their two headed monster of an OC will be a disaster for their young QB and they'll have fired Willingham by the time we play them.
     
  12. Duff Man

    Duff Man Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    I think the Buffs, Utah, and Zona will be bunched pretty close together in the PAC-12 standings. Zona does exactly have an easy conference schedule.
     
  13. buffaholic

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    USC will flounder and Kiffen is fired.
    UW will struggle on offense and change QBs mid year.
    UCLA will dominate the south.
    Stanford wins the North, Oregon a close second.

    Pac-12 South
    1. UCLA
    2. Arizona State
    3. USC
    4. UofA
    5. Utah
    6. Colorado (1 conf win, but lose to Utah)

    Pac-12 North
    1. Stanford
    2. Oregon
    3. Oregon State
    4. California
    5. Washington
    6. Washington State

    Pac-12 Champion: Stanford

    #1 Pass Offense: UCLA

    #1 Run Offense: Stanford

    #1 Scoring Offense: Oregon

    #1 Scoring Defense: Stanford

    Offensive MVP: Hundley

    Defensive MVP:

    Impact Freshman (Offense): a Duck

    Impact Freshman (Defense): Cravens

    Coach of the Year: David Shaw

    Bowl Participants: UCLA, Arizona, ASU, Oregon, OSU, Stanford, Cal
     
  14. Duff Man

    Duff Man Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    I am bullish on Washington for 2013, but the road schedule is tough: Stanford, ASU, UCLA, and Oregon State. Makes them a darkhorse BCS at-large team though IMO.
     
  15. Gold

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    Pac-12 South
    1. USC
    2. UCLA
    3. COLORADO
    4. ASU
    5. UTAH
    6. ARIZONA

    Pac-12 North
    1. STANFORD
    2. OREGON
    3. WASHINGTON
    4. CALIFORNIA
    5. OREGON STATE
    6. WASHINGTON STATE

    Pac-12 Champion: USC

    Yes, 3rd in the south!
     
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    Pac 12 - South
    1. UCLA
    2.USC
    3.ASU
    4. AU
    5. Utah
    6. CU

    Pac-12 North
    1. Oregon
    2. Stanford
    3. Wash (way too much hype)
    4. Oregon St
    5.Cal
    6. Wazzu Pac 12 Champ ... Oregon
     
  17. 77buff

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    Lane Kiffin will be fired after this season.
     
  18. Gold

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    Look at USC's schedule. Toughest game is @ND, rest of their big match ups are at home, no Oregon this year, and hardest non-conference game is Utah State.
     
  19. Duff Man

    Duff Man Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    ASU in Tempe in late September will be tough, as will Oregon State in Corvallis (Trojans have not won there since 2004).
     
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    They'll be favored in both games.
     
  21. Jaximus

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    I PREDICT THAT NOBODY IN THE PAC GOES UNDEFEATED. I THINK ASU AND UCLA BOTH LOSE 2 BUT ASU HAS TIEBREAKER. CU BEATS UOFA, UTAH AND CAL.

    Pac-12 South

    1. ASU
    2. UCLA
    3. USC
    4. COLORADO
    5. ARIZONA
    6. UTAH

    Pac-12 North
    1. OREGON
    2. STANFORD
    3. WASHINGTON
    4. OREGON STATE
    5. WASHINGTON STATE
    6. CAL

    Pac-12 Champion: OREGON

    #1 Pass Offense: OREGON

    #1 Run Offense: OREGON

    #1 Scoring Offense: OREGON

    #1 Scoring Defense: STANFORD

    Offensive MVP: D THOMAS - RB OREGON

    Defensive MVP:

    Impact Freshman (Offense):

    Impact Freshman (Defense):

    Coach of the Year:

    Bowl Participants:
     
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  22. Quattro

    Quattro Banned BANNED Club Member

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    I honestly would not be surprised to see Stanford in the title game
     
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    Pac-12 South
    1. UCLA
    2. USC
    3. Arizona
    4. ASU
    5. Colorado
    6. Utah

    Pac-12 North
    1. Stanford
    2. Oregon
    3. Cal
    4. OSU
    5. UW
    6. WSU

    Pac-12 Champion:

    #1 Pass Offense: Oregon - Helfrich has told the media he will let Mariota sling it so I actually think Oregon may throw the ball as much as they run it.

    #1 Run Offense: Stanford

    #1 Scoring Offense: Oregon

    #1 Scoring Defense: Stanford

    Offensive MVP: Marcus Mariota

    Defensive MVP: Jesus

    Impact Freshman (Offense): Thomas Tyner

    Impact Freshman (Defense): God

    Coach of the Year: Helfrich or Shaw depending on who wins the North.

    Bowl Participants:Oregon, Stanford, UCLA, USC, OSU and Cal.

    I have one question.... Why is there no option for player who will turn out to be most overrated? While this sounds odd I will go with De'anthony Thomas. While he is an elite player and he will make a lot of beautiful plays, I don't think he will get the ball enough to be worthy of a Heisman candidate. I hope I am wrong, but I suspect it will be a lot like last year where he is used more as a decoy more then anything else. I would also nominate the Hogan because sometimes flash in the pans tend to burn out (example: Keith Price).
     
  24. buff4bcs1985

    buff4bcs1985 Hail to the King

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    look who popped back up again
     
  25. J.R. Ewing

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    If you're going to put out something like that, you might as well have us winning it all.
     

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