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 Post subject: Pac-12 Championship
 Post Posted: Sat Nov 10, 2012 11:34 pm 
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Oregon can clinch the North with a win against Stanford next week.

UCLA can clinch the South with a win against USC next week.

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 Post subject: Re: Pac-12 Championship
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I expect the Oregon/Stanford game to be a blowout. We always blew them out with Andrew Luck, and it will be the same without him. Stanford's D is really good, but its the wrong kind of D to hang with the Ducks, just not nearly athletic enough. We always run circles around them.

That UCLA/USC game should be great. I'm picking UCLA to win, but wouldnt be at all surprised to see Barkley and Marqise Lee pull some more magic and win that game.

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 Post subject: Re: Pac-12 Championship
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JSeahawks wrote:
I expect the Oregon/Stanford game to be a blowout. We always blew them out with Andrew Luck, and it will be the same without him. Stanford's D is really good, but its the wrong kind of D to hang with the Ducks, just not nearly athletic enough. We always run circles around them.

That UCLA/USC game should be great. I'm picking UCLA to win, but wouldnt be at all surprised to see Barkley and Marqise Lee pull some more magic and win that game.



Always? I seem to remember Luck playing out of his mind and beating us once.


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 Post subject: Re: Pac-12 Championship
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I expect the Oregon/Stanford game to be a blowout. We always blew them out with Andrew Luck, and it will be the same without him. Stanford's D is really good, but its the wrong kind of D to hang with the Ducks, just not nearly athletic enough. We always run circles around them.

That UCLA/USC game should be great. I'm picking UCLA to win, but wouldnt be at all surprised to see Barkley and Marqise Lee pull some more magic and win that game.



Always? I seem to remember Luck playing out of his mind and beating us once.


Selective memory. :) Honestly I dont remember it and even now that you mention it I can't remember losing to him.

I remember losing to Boise State vividly though.

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 Post subject: Re: Pac-12 Championship
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We lost to Luck before it was cool. When he bacame more prolific, we stopper losing to him. If I recall correctly it was the Luck/Gearhart combination that beat the Ducks last.


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 Post subject: Re: Pac-12 Championship
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My guess is we will take the north and USC the south. Im really hoping UCLA wins the south though


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 Post subject: Re: Pac-12 Championship
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Far better Stanford teams than this current incarnation have been run over by Oregon. Their scheme and talent doesn't match up well against Oregon.

Stanford last beat Oregon in 2009, 51-42.

UCLA isn't beating USC.


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 Post subject: Re: Pac-12 Championship
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Ducks open as 24 point favorites against Stanford.

I'll give ya the points and still take the Ducks.

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 Post subject: Re: Pac-12 Championship
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