I was wondering who you think has the tougher conference?
Oregon 2/ Awesome
USC 13/ Good offensive skill players, mediocre offensive line, defense looks pretty good
Oregon State 14/ Good offense, average defense
Stanford 18/ Inconsistent offense(Nunes), pretty good defense
Washington 23/ Good offensive skill players, bad offensive line, rising defense
UCLA 25/ Not sure yet
Arizona St. NR/ Never seen them play
Kansas State 7/Good rushing team, very good defense
West Virginia 8/ Dynamic high scoring offense, giving up 63 points to Baylor is Nick Holt bad
Texas 11/ Good overall balance, good offense that can run all over you, good defense
TCU 15/ Hasn't played anyone yet
Oklahoma 17/ Well balanced, good overall, could easily be flip flopped with K State
Baylor NR/ Looks like a very good offense, terrible defense
The Pac-12 is gaining respect my respect. As of last week I thought it was kind of a bad conference but you can't argue having 6 teams in the top 25. UW's stay at #23 will be brief since they play Oregon this week, but UCLA's schedule will keep them top 25 for awhile, and Stanford plays an over rated Notre Dame team in a couple weeks. TCU doesn't play anyone until the 2nd half of the season so they are safe for awhile, and Oklahoma plays Texas in a couple weeks. So all these teams should stay top 25 for atleast 2 weeks except UW. I think I was too critical of the Pac 12 last week and I think they may just have the 2nd best conference. And to show I'm not an SEC homer I thought the SEC played like garbage this weekend. Georgia and Tennessee were awful on defense, South Carolina was sleep walking the whole first half, and LSU struggled against Towson a D1AA school. Texas A&M looked good but Arkansas sucks and Alabama was just okay.
So who is better the Pac 12 or Big 12?
Last edited by SEC FAN
on Sun Sep 30, 2012 3:57 pm, edited 1 time in total.