USC and Stanford clashed for a Pac-12 matchup in week two, as other non conference contests gave insight on exactly how good or bad the conference really is.
Here’s how we drew it up:
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Each of us placed Washington at the top of the North, while Stanford is third in Matthew’s rankings after a 42-24 loss to USC in the LA Coliseum. Oregon didn’t score a single point in the second half its 42-35 win over Nebraska, and slipped to fourth in Josiah’s rankings, but sits third for Max and second for Matthew. California and Oregon State each place at the bottom of the Pac in each of our rankings.
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Our first two spots are clear: for now, Los Angeles owns the South. But we saw shifting in the third and fourth spots, as Utah beat BYU 19-13 in Provo to gain a third spot in Max’s and Josiah’s rankings. Matthew, however, put Colorado ahead of the Utes after its 37-3 win over Texas State. Arizona fell to Houston 19-16, but placed fifth in Max and Matthew’s rankings, while Josiah put Arizona State in front of the Wildcats, despite a 30-20 home loss to San Diego State.