Problem with the P12 is that there’s a ton of mediocre to good with a lack of great/elite.I keep reading about how bad the PAC-12 is and CU has nine PAC-12 games plus two instate patsys.
Uhhhhh no. Favored against CSU, Air Force, and Arizona (who IMO will be garbage) at least. USC's season could go totally off the rails by the time they come here......and I wouldn't be shocked if we were favored against UCLA either.
I would add that I fully expect Oregon - barring some complete meltdown - to be heavily favored. But this is a schedule with a lot of unknown and a lot of possibility. Can't wait for this season to get started.
LiterallyThere’s no way to definitively say they will be underdogs or favorites in more than the first three games. CSU, AFA will for sure be favorites and NU will for sure be dogs. They are likely to be dogs vs UW and Utah, but the rest of the Pac 12 games will completely depend on how things go for each team.
How are media biases incorporated into pre-season FPI? The components are listed on the website. Media plays no role. Maybe you are being sarcastic and I am missing it.The FPI is fake news. Too many media biases in it. According to it, UCLA is the preseason pick to win our division, and USC is a top 25 team.
http://www.espn.com/college-football/statistics/teamratingsHow are media biases incorporated into pre-season FPI? The components are listed on the website. Media plays no role. Maybe you are being sarcastic and I am missing it.
Utah is the highest P12S team in the FPI, no?