The Pac-12’s top team’s failed to completely separate themselves from the muddled middle.
With USC’s embarrassing loss to the Fighting Irish, the Pac-12 can pretty much forget making the playoffs.
If you like chaos, this week’s power rankings are full of it.
For the first time since Utah joined the Pac-12, Stanford left Salt Lake City with the “W”.
Sam Darnold had a rough night on the Palouse, and our Pac-12 power rankings.
Arizona State came from behind to bring an end to the Ducks 10 game winning streak over the Sun Devils.
Texas at No. 4 USC was the rematch we all needed after the 2006 Rose Bowl, and our Pac-12 power rankings.
Utes’ quarterback Tyler Huntley was impressive in his team’s seventh straight Holy War win.
Cal “upset” North Carolina to pick up the first win of the Justin Wilcox era; and our Pac-12 power rankings.
If you had any doubts that No. 4 Washington (8-0, 5-0) was the best team in the conference, the Huskies performance in Salt Lake City should put those doubts to … Continue Reading Pac-12 power rankings: Washington survives a trip to SLC
Oregon State won its first conference game since 2014 in a shootout. While the Beavers in-state rivals got annihilated by the conference’s lone playoff contender.
The Pac-12 is doing what it does best, eat its young.
Bryce Bobo’s one-handed catch with over eight minutes left in the fourth quarter gave the Buffaloes a 39-38 lead; Bobo also caught the two point conversion to push Colorado’s lead … Continue Reading Pac-12 power rankings: Colorado is good at this football thing
Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich went for the two point conversion five times in the Ducks’ 35-32 loss at Nebrasaka on Saturday. The Ducks only converted one of those two … Continue Reading Pac-12 power rankings: Maybe you shouldn’t always go for 2, Helfrich
The Golden Bears made too many mistakes, and were unable to complete the come back in San Diego.
Colorado looked impressive against Colorado State, USC got destroyed by No. 1 Alabama, and the rest of our Pac-12 power rankings are back.