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Pac-12 football: Ranking the schedules

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  1. RSSBot

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    Jon Wilner

    In one admittedly narrow but potentially significant respect, this shapes up as a promising season for Pac-12 football. The best teams — at least, the best teams on paper — we’re talking about USC, Oregon, Stanford and Utah — all have favorable schedules, thereby creating the possibility that a handful will be top-25 regulars and [...]

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  2. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    I agree about Washington. Their schedule may have me re-evaluating where they'll finish in the Pac-12 this year.
     
  3. J.R. Ewing

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    I think our schedule is easier than 5th. If you're a mediocre team trying to stretch and make a bowl, you want to give up Oregon and USC on the road so you get winnable games at home.
     
  4. sackman

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    I'm scratching my head at the mention of Utah in the same sentence with USC, Oregon and Stanford.
     

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