Boom, MFers.



That was fast, Pac-12.  Not that it’s gonna matter.


Filed under Pac-12 Football, The NCAA

11 responses to “Boom, MFers.

  1. MGW

    Sounds like the rubber meets the road in the PAC-12 tie breakers, which will be necessary most years. Any word on that? Or is it just understood that it’s playoff committee ranking?


  2. “That was fast, Pac-12. Not that it’s gonna matter.”

    Ouch, Bluto….emotional damage!

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  3. Hogbody Spradlin

    Maayyybe. They could get lucky. Southern Cal gets a nearly Notre Dame benefit of the doubt poll boost; Stanford, UCLA, and Oregon/Washington not too far behind.


  4. bucketheridge

    Casting aside what we all know is the real reason for this: could someone please explain the purpose of a “championship game” without divisions? Or what the purpose of divisions are without a trip to the title game for the winner?


    • rigger92

      It’s comical but let’s face it. They are the league that would have a 8-4 USC team upset a 9-3 Oregon for the championship and both would be out of the picture for CFP. It makes sense in that way.

      Also, “without divisions” suggests that it would be a round robin and they aren’t doing that, they’re still “divisional” in their scheduling. This just opens the door for a USC-UCLA rematch if both of them have 11-1 records and they only lost to each other.

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  5. Doggoned

    Today’s next match will be three falls with a TV time limit. Take it away, Gordon Solie.

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    • RangerRuss

      And here is fans, standing 7 feet four inches and weighing 450 pounds, stepping over the top rope, the eighth wonder of the woooooorld!
      Greg Sankey.

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    • Down Island Way

      In the event of a tie, the opponents that are from parts unknown will participate in a catch as, catch can style death match with tv time remaining for the undisputed championship of the left coast…#CANYASMELLWHATTHEPAC12ISCOOKING!

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  6. jim1886

    Who gives a shit

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  7. practicaldawg

    Better yet, let’s just say every team in the PAC 12 is the conference champion. Everyone gets a participation trophy. That way there are never any losers.