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Complete Prediction of the Pac-12's Games

I love college football. I live for that special time of the year when you spend your entire week waiting for Saturday. Nothing really compares to it, and the NFL doesn't even come close. Over the past few years I've gotten myself into this ridiculous habit of buying every preseason magazine I can get my hands on. I can't help it, the off-season is just so long that when fall camp starts I feel like a coke head released in Columbia. Anyways, I was going through my magazines one night and felt compelled to predict the winner of every game in each Pac-12 team's schedule. Some of the final records came out a bit surprising, but hey, everyone loves predictions. So, here is my Pac-12 prediction for the coming season (note that I didn't include the Pac-12 Championship, which the Ducks would obviously win):

North

  • 1. Oregon 12-0 (9-0)

W - Arkansas St

W - Fresno St

W - Tennessee Tech

W - Arizona

W - at WSU

W - Washington

W - at ASU

W - Colorado

W - at USC

W - at Cal

W - Stanford

W - at OSU

  • 2. Stanford 8-4 (6-3)

W - San Jose St

W - Duke

L - USC

W - at Washington

W - Arizona

L - at Notre Dame

L - at Cal

W - WSU

W - at Colorado

W - OSU

L - at Oregon

W - at UCLA

  • 3. Washington State 7-5 (4-5)

W - at BYU

W - Eastern Washington

W -at UNLV

W - Colorado

L - Oregon

W - at OSU

W - Cal

L - at Stanford

L - at Utah

L - UCLA

L - at ASU

W - Washington

  • 4. Oregon State 5-7 (4-5)

W - Nicholls St

L - Wisconsin

W - at UCLA

W - at Arizona

L - WSU

L - at BYU

L - Utah

W - at Washington

L - ASU

L - at Stanford

W - Cal

L - Oregon

  • 5. California 6-6 (4-5)

W - Nevada

W - Southern Utah

L - at Ohio St

L - at USC

L - ASU

W - UCLA

L - at WSU

W - Stanford

W - at Utah

W - Washington

L - Oregon

L - at OSU

  • 6. Washington 3-9 (1-8)

W - San Diego St

L - at LSU

W - Portland St

L - Stanford

L - at Oregon

L - USC

L - at Arizona

L - OSU

L - at Cal

L - Utah

W - at Colorado

L - at WSU

South

  • 1. USC 11-1 (8-1)

W - Hawai'i

W - Syracuse

W - at Stanford

W - Cal

W - at Utah

W - at Washington

W - Colorado

W - at Arizona

L - Oregon

W - ASU

W - at UCLA

W - Notre Dame

  • 2. Utah 10-2 (7-2)

W - North Colorado

W - at Utah St

W - BYU

W - at ASU

L - USC

W - at UCLA

W - at OSU

L - Cal

W - WSU

W - at Washington

W - Arizona

W - at Colorado

  • 3. UCLA 6-6 (4-5)

W - at Rice

L - Nebraska

W - Houston

L - OSU

W - at Colorado

L - at Cal

L - Utah

W - at ASU

W - Arizona

W - at WSU

L - USC

L - Stanford

  • 4. Arizona 6-6 (3-6)

W - Toledo

W - Oklahoma St

W - South Carolina St

L - at Oregon

L - OSU

L - at Stanford

W - Washington

L - USC

L - at UCLA

W - Colorado

L - at Utah

W - ASU

  • 5. Arizona State 6-6 (4-5)

W - Northern Arizona

W - Illinois

L - at Missouri

L - Utah

W - at Cal

W - at Colorado

L - Oregon

L - UCLA

W - at OSU

L - at USC

W - WSU

L - at Arizona

  • 6. Colorado 2-10 (0-9)

W - Colorado St

W - Sacramento St

L - at Fresno St

L - at WSU

L - UCLA

L - ASU

L - at USC

L - at Oregon

L - Stanford

L - at Arizona

L - Washington

L - Utah

Notes:

Call me a homer but I have a lot of confidence in our team this year regardless of who our QB is. I expect Stanford to take a step back without Luck, but not a huge step as they will still have a strong power running game. I see Wazzu being a surprise team this year with a great QB/WR duo and the addition of Mike Leach. OSU will be better if their O-line can stay healthy. Cal may see the end of the Jeff Tedford era after another mediocre season with Zach Maynard. Washington...who cares. USC will be very tough and likely BCS bound with all the star power. Utah could be a darkhorse with Wynn and John White IV in the backfield. UCLA will improve from last year, but the record wont show it. Arizona will have a year or two before becoming an interesting team as Rich Rod's spread settles in. ASU could be dangerous but have a lack of experience with only 8 returning starters. And finally; Colorado is just hurting. They haven't been above .500 since 2005 and have gone 3-30 in road games since then. Jon Embree has his hands full.

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of SB Nation or the Addicted To Quack Moderators. FanPost opinions are valued expressions of opinion by passionate and knowledgeable Oregon fans.

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