Pac-12 week 1 recap, week 2 preview

The Pac-12 suffered another huge blow when the Oregon Ducks blew an 18-point lead against the Auburn Tigers in Dallas. In this week’s episode Ryan Abraham and David Woods recap all of the week 1 Pac-12 games, preview week 2 and of course answer your questions about the conference.

This week in the Pac-12 there are two early conference match-ups that should get the Pac-12 division races off to quick starts, with three Pac-12 North teams in action and one Pac-12 South team. First up is USC from the South hosting Stanford from the North. We know USC quarterback JT Daniels is out for the game while we are waiting for word on Stanford QB KJ Costello. According to SBD’s score predictor Stanford will score 26.9 points and USC will score 22.8, giving the edge to the Cardinal.

The other Pac-12 match-up is California up in Seattle to take on Washington. The Huskies are a two-touchdown favorite and will be looking to avenge last year’s ugly 12-10 loss in which the Golden Bears didn’t even score an offensive touchdown.

Here are the Pac-12 Power Rankings as voted on by the Pac-12 publishers on the 247Sports Network:

  1. Utah
  2. Washington
  3. Oregon
  4. Washington State
  5. Stanford
  6. USC
  7. Arizona State
  8. California
  9. Colorado
  10. UCLA
  11. Arizona
  12. Oregon State

For our season long Pac-12 Suicide Pool both Ryan and Dave picked Arizona. If you are still alive make sure you make your picks here!

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