Once again, we give you the view of how the conference did in Week 2. Oregon State had a bye week and UCLA met Stanford in the PAC-10’s first conference game of the season, so there are only 8 games to report. We would also like to add that we went 8-0 in predictions this week, although we overestimated UCLA’s offense. We thought that they were capable of scoring, but apparently they are not.
In other news, USC and Washington State both suck. The Trojans barely took care of Virginia, even though the home opener in the Coliseum should have provided the NCAA-sanctioned team with ample adrenaline to crush their ACC opponent. We all knew that Washington State was bad, but they had trouble beating Montana State. Come on, now. This is a new low, even for the always-horrific Cougars from up north.
Overall, the conference went 8-1 this week, and the only loss came when UCLA lost to Stanford in a game where one PAC-10 team had to lose. The conference is looking good, and Oregon, Arizona, and Stanford all stand to move up in the polls. USC should move down from their slot in the mid-teens, considering that they haven’t even looked like a top 25 team the past two weeks.
|Winner||Loser||What We Predicted|
|Arizona State||41||Northern Arizona||20||Arizona State|
|Washington State||23||Montana State||22||Washington State|