September 5, 2010

Around the PAC-10

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By The Daily Axe Staff
TCU won a big game against Oregon State in Texas on Saturday. (Image by joeduty via Flickr)

Here’s the update on how PAC-10 football teams did in this opening week’s slate of games. We also provide you with our initial prediction, partially for nationwide electronic introspection and partially so that you’ll be able to decide whether or not to trust our predictions for next week. For this week, our predictions came from our initial scouting report on the PAC-10 teams. As the season goes on, we will make weekly predictions for the upcoming games. That format will allow us to incorporate what we see in this year’s games into our weekly forecasts.

Winner Loser What We Predicted
Stanford 52 Sacramento State 17 Stanford, 52-10 (we nailed this one)
USC 49 Hawaii 36 USC
Arizona 41 Toledo 2 Arizona
TCU 30 Oregon State 21 TCU
BYU 23 Washington 17 BYU
Oklahoma State 65 Washington State 17 Oklahoma State
Cal 52 UC Davis 3 Cal
Oregon 72 New Mexico 0 Oregon
Kansas State 31 UCLA 22 UCLA
Arizona State 54 Portland State 9 Arizona State

Our Record This Week: 9-1

Our Record This Season: 9-1 (The year is young, friends.)

Keep an eye out for our breakdown of Stanford’s performance in yesterday’s game. That post will come your way later today.

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