A couple Pac-12 football teams look like they’re going to be road kill this week. The Arizona Wildcats hope they aren’t one of them.
Archive for September, 2011
There weren’t any shocking results in the Pac-12 last weekend but a 50/50 game was surprisingly lopsided establishing a clear favorite in the Pac-12 South.
And it’s not good news for fans of the Arizona Wildcats.
The top-10 gauntlet is over.
Now Arizona Wildcats fans should hope the entire season goes like the Oregon game.
Get ready for the heaviest weekend of Pac-12 football action to date!
Of course, the Pac-12 is only three weeks old but TWIT-Pac is very pleased that we’ll be able to continue saying “Pac-12” for at least another year.
Three teams are on a bye week and one team is playing out of conference but everyone else is facing a Pac-12 foe. By the time Saturday comes to an end everybody but Colorado and Washington State will have played at least one conference game.
The good news is there are five matchups involving Pac-12 teams on Saturday. The bad news is you’re going to have to be really nimble with your remote control thumb if you want to watch more than two of them.
Oh, and the Arizona Wildcats are playing a top-10 team. Again.
Long live the Pac-12!
A very, very long time.
Larry Scott’s announcement that his conference will not be expanding was music to the ears of fans in Arizona, Utah and Colorado. Now those in the proposed Mountain Pod can go back to enjoying the beauty of the Pac-12 South and, you know, real life football games.