It was a rather empty slate for the Pac-12 conference this past weekend. There was a grand total of four games — eight teams — that happened this past weekend. There were no real upsets, but there were some surprising results that left a fan base up in arms about something that doesn’t really mean anything. Anyway’s, this weekend was rather lame and the power rankings should reflect that.
- Oregon Ducks: The Ducks and Cardinal got the entire week to prepare for their match-up on Thursday Nov. 7th.
- Stanford Cardinal: See above team.
- Arizona State Sun Devils: The Sun Devils thrashed the Cougs on Halloween night. It wasn’t even close as Todd Graham’s squad was better than Mike Leach’s squad in every facet of the game.
- UCLA Bruins: The Bruins thumped Colorado, just like every other Pac-12 team but 2011 Utah and 2012 WSU.
- Washington Huskies: Steve Sarkisian’s squad had the week off, some Husky fans wanted Sarkisian to get fired for not beating the bye.
- USC Trojans: The Trojans slammed the Beavs, and are now bowl eligible. I am now waiting for Ed Orgeron to be announced as USC’s head coach for foreverd.
- Oregon State Beavers: The Beavers have lost two straight games and they are like not as good as their 6-1 start…who am I kidding…CAN MY COUGS PLEASE BE BOWL ELIGIBLE ALREADY?
- Utah Utes: I hate this week, like seriously…Larry Scott was handing out byes like liquor stores sell out of liquor on (or around) Halloween.
- Arizona Wildcats: The Wildcats allowed Cal to hang around, and only beat them by five. That being said, they are now bowl eligible.
- Washington State Cougars: WSU laid an egg on Halloween night, and it made me sadz. The Cougs need to pick up two wins with three games remaining on the schedule.
- California Golden Bears: The Bears gave the Wildcats a run for their money, but couldn’t pull out the win. If they had these power rankings would have been very interesting…..
- Colorado Buffaloes: The Buffs got curbed stomped by UCLA, that’s not surprising. In fact, if Cal hadn’t played Arizona tough the Buffs would still be sitting at 11.
Categories: Pac-12 Power Rankings