Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by spike718, Dec 6, 2019.
Well, the OR over 21.5 appears to be looking good.
ANY chance Oregon overtakes us?
If it stays an Oregon blowout, I bet they do.
Utah managed 3 points in last year’s Pac-12 title game & is shutout in 1st half this year. They would’ve been curb stomped had they made the CFP this year.
My take- But the drops in stadium attendance are more than made up for in viewers both live and delayed on multiple platforms and TV and streaming revenue. College football is very healthy dollar wise for the schools and conferences.
Wow, it’s the Ducks turn to lay an egg in the second half.
I get the feeling these guys would be lucky to have enough players to field a team after 8 SEC games.
Hebert was supposed to be the second coming....,,,but,,,,
He looks like......
These are like the sixth and seventh best teams in our league
Pac12 will have its revenge in a few years when they expand and take Texas and Oklahoma
If they want to play on a Friday at 5pm, then make it a home game for one of the teams, that would at least sell out.
Don’t know why the dislikes.
LSU, UGA, Bama, UF, and Auburn are all better than these two
Maybe they think these teams are worse than sixth or seventh in the SEC
Gonna be real interesting if Utah pulls this off. CFP committee's gonna have some work to do if Oklahoma looks good tomorrow.
You're correct. Whoever 'zoltanuf' is seems to be a PAC12 fan as he is downvoting people who speak badly of this game.
It will be an Oregon win but not a blowout.
Can Oregon jump 7 spots to #6 and overtake us assuming we jump ahead of Utah and the Big12 loser?
PAC 12 - why not play this in So Cal or Arizona where the weather is nice?
I hate the people who say football needs to be played in the cold and rain. I think football should be played in the SWAMP in September weather .
Utah just ran out of chances.
Ok now it’s a blowout.
O scores again 37-15