The team jumped to #9 by beating USC two weeks ago and had a bye this week, so I think they'll be ready to play Washington this Thursday. Here's hoping the Cardinal can keep winning.
I figured after Luck left Stanford would lose 4 games this year....maybe not.
It will be very interesting to see if Oregon can go undefeated in the PAC-12. They have some tough games including at USC. The PAC-12 is incredibly competitive this season. It looks like you have 6 teams who could beat anybody on a real good day.
Stanford is playing really good football right now. I didnt think they would do that good this year but i'm very glad to see them up there in the ranking.
Hey, they beat USC. If Oregon is still undefeated (they have to play Washington and USC first), when Standford comes to town that should be a war.
Not much happening in the PAC-12 today I don't think. Baylor @ WVU is a real good game so far. 14-14 with 10 minutes to go in the first half.
I'm looking forward to Ohio State @ Michigan State.
Yea should be some good games. My college team has been terrible for years in football, but now that they have came off the penalty for basketball Indiana will be elite yet again
Talking about basketball, West Virginia beat Baylor 70-63. Nice defense!
Ohio State is up 7-3 over Michigan state at the half. Boring game.
by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
Do you guys think either of these teams will run the table? Or maybe both.
by PlanksandNails 2 years ago
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