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Pac-12 Media Poll Released, Colorado Buffaloes Picked Last

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  1. RSSBot

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    By Jon Woods

    Just before coverage of this year's Pac-12 media day in Los Angeles started the conference has released the preseason media poll. Oregon was picked to win the conference after defeating Arizona State in the championship game. USC is chosen to have the best record in the South Division, but of course is not eligible for the any postseason play due to NCAA sanctions.
    Here's the full poll:
    NORTH DIVISION
    1. Oregon (29) 239
    2. Stanford (13) 220
    3. Washington 142
    4. Oregon State 120
    5. California 110
    6. Washington State 51
    SOUTH DIVISION
    1. USC (24) 230
    2. Arizona State (13) 207
    3. Utah (4) 170
    4. Arizona (1) 140
    5. UCLA 89
    6. Colorado 46
    PAC-12 TITLE GAME CHAMPION: Oregon (28 votes)
    Others receiving votes: Stanford (11), Arizona State (3)
    The inaugural Pac-12 Championship Football Game will take place Friday, December 2 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT and
    telecast to a national audience on FOX. The Championship game will match the winner of the North Division vs. the
    winner of the South Division. The game will be played on the campus of the division winner with the best overall conference record. The winner of the inaugural Pac-12 Championship will earn the league's automatic BCS berth.


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  2. absinthe

    absinthe Ambitious but rubbish. Club Member Junta Member

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    ouch, worse than wazzu....
     
  3. CarolinaBuff

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    Not much surprise here, the media polls are usually pretty predictable and tend to follow the mainstream thought. :huh:
     

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