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Pac-12 power ratings: Oregon holds down top spot

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  1. RSSBot

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    Jon Wilner

    The power ratings make their ’13 debut this week and will be posted, barring unforeseen schedule issues on my end, each Wednesday morning. (This edition was delayed because of numerous technical problems.) As has been the case in previous years: The ratings won’t necessarily track my AP top-25 ballot. There could be slight differences due [...]

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  2. J.R. Ewing

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    Just lost a decent amount of respect for Wilner. Oregon St at #5 in the PAC-12 power poll? A team that lost to an FCS and should have lost to San Diego St.
     
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    I know Wilner is a bay area honk, but I am not sure how anyone can put Cal anywhere but last on any of these lists. Their D is just laughable.
     
  4. BuffClass90

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    I'd have it like this:
    1. Oregon
    2. Stanford
    3. UCLA
    4. Washington
    5. USC
    6. Utah
    7. Arizona
    8. ASU
    9. Washington State
    10. Colorado
    11. Oregon State
    12. Cal
     
  5. sackman

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    Until we show we're better than somebody else in the conference, we're not any better than anybody else in the conference.

    Oregon at the top is appropriate. I'd put Stanford ahead of UCLA, though.
     
  6. unionbuff

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    I think anything after #4 is just splitting hairs. You could make the argument for any one of the rest of the teams (including us) to be ranked at #5. I guess Cal's 2 losses were to ranked teams but I have been extremely unimpressed with all 3 of their games - and having their only victory as a 4 pt. W over Portland State is enough to have them at the bottom, IMO.

    Listening to ESPN radio last Saturday, they had a segment on the best coaches at their new schools. The top "best fits" were Gus Malzahn & Kliff Kingsbery but they had Sonny Dykes at #3.
     

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