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- As we inch closer to the season, ESPN remembers that the Pac-12 exists and gives us their season rundown.
- Our very own Chris “Cal is too high” Landon appeared on the Upon Further Review Podcast to talk some Dawg football! You’ve read his words, now, hear his voice.
- Have you ever wanted to know where every D1 player in the state of Washington has gone the last few years? Look no further.
- The Pac-12 is considering some schedule changes to look more like the SEC. Specifically, adding a non-conference game in November.
- Trey Adams is slowly making his way back to full health. While I would still count him out of the Auburn game, he is getting more and more first team reps every day.
- For those subscribers to the Athletic, submit a question for Christian Caple’s mailbag here.
- Also from Christian, 7 players who stood yesterday in camp. ($)
- Turning our attention to Auburn, here is Guz Malzahn after Auburn’s scrimmage.
- Auburn has to replace both of their starting safeties from last year and unheralded recruit Daniel Thomas is ready to prove everyone wrong.
- Who can forget those great Coug teams of the 30s?
Only eight Pac-12 football teams have gone undefeated in Conference play: Here’s the most recent year for each.— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) August 15, 2018
2010 Oregon, 9-0
2005 USC, 8-0
1998 UCLA, 8-0
1996 ASU, 8-0
1991 Washington, 8-0
1950 Cal, 5-0
1940 Stanford, 7-0
1930 WSU, 6-0
- I am guessing this excludes bowl games. Can the Huskies make it 15-1?
Pac-12 Football - Nonconference Record over Last Five Years— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) August 14, 2018
1. Utah, 15-0
2. Washington, 14-1
3. Arizona, 13-2
6. Colorado, 12-3
8. ASU, 11-4
11. OSU, 9-6
- With all of our attention focused on Auburn, it is easy to forget Washington has a tough road game in SLC against Utah in week 3:
Athlon’s Pac-12 Football Upsets for 2018— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) August 14, 2018
1. Utah over Washington
“Possible (if not likely) preview of the 2018 Pac-12 Championship Game could go Utah's way.”
2. ASU over Michigan State
3. UCLA over Arizona
4. Stanford over USC
5. Colorado over Nebraska
6. Colorado over UCLA https://t.co/Mcqadh4pAH
- All for today. Go Dawgs. BEAT AUBURN!