Wow, what a year! So much to play for. Will a PAC-12 team play in the National
Championship game? Where will each team end in the standings? With 8-9 bowl
affiliations who will play in which bowl? More specifically, where will the
Utes end in the standings? Six games left - must win 2 or more to be bowl
eligible! Any chance against Oregon? Probably not as much as we had against
Stanford! All future opponents appear better than last year - so no
"gimmies"! However, with the exception of Oregon, none would appear as
difficult as Stanford. So stay tuned and follow each team/game for a clearer
picture as the season winds down! Love the ride! And Go Utes!
Who am I sir, also the outstanding players in the conference! Even with the lack
of media attention players in the West are getting lately compared to SEC, B1G
and ACC, the PAC-12 has the clear Heisman frontrunner in Marcus Mariota, the
nation's leading passer passer and receiver (on the same team!) in Sean
Mannion and Brandin Cooks, a Doak Walker Award hopeful in Bishop Sankey, and
possibly the nation's top kick returner for the second year in a row will
come from the PAC, this time in Ty Montgomery. And this isn't due to a lack
of defensive standouts, either. Some serious talent all across the board in the
Let's keep this ball rolling Utes!8-4 season, like I said from
the beginning is very likely. I also called the STanford/Oregon split.Go Utes!Proud of you guys
On to Arizona! Keep it up boys!!Go Utes! Onward and Upward!
Can't wait for Arizona- every game's big in the Pac 12!GO
You guys are playing your guts out! Absolutely inspiring. Thanks for all your
hard work.Go Utes!
Stanford just beat UCLA. Not only does that make Utah look even better, puts us
right back in the Pac 12 south race!