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Strong nonconference season for Pac-12

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  1. RSSBot

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    By Kevin Gemmell

    [​IMG]While the Pac-12 vs. Notre Dame trilogy is yet to be written, and we still need to see if Colorado-Fresno State gets rescheduled (it's looking unlikely), it’s safe to say that the Pac-12 as a whole came out of its nonconference slate in impressive fashion.Through the first four weeks, the league flexed its muscles against weaker competition, gutted out wins against comparable foes and showed considerable top-to-bottom depth. Oregon and Stanford announced national title intentions without incident and teams like Washington and UCLA have steadily climbed the top 25 ladder.

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    10 and 0 against the MWC is nice. I remember in years past (even before CU was in the PAC) the Mountain West tended to have the Pac's number.
     
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    MWC also seems to be down a bit. No Utah and BSU knocking on the BCS door with perfect or near perfect seasons. FSU may be their only hope at this point.
     
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    If you can't beat them, let them join you.
     

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