Found November 14, 2012 on Hotdog & Friends:
That game was Oregon-close, which is to say Oregon was comfortable in the 4th quarter, but still one or two weird plays away from a loss. That’s as opposed to twenty absurd plays away from a loss. Elsewhere, don’t look now but the Puppy Dawgs grabbed their third straight by demolishing Utah in Washington’s best performance of the season. UCLA jumped out to a huge lead against WSU in Pullman after Marquess Wilson quit the team, alleging player-abuse on the part of Mike Leach. Was Craig James right after all? Stanford bested the Beavs in a battle of the second-tier to set themselves up for the Alamo or better. Somehow Colorado found 31 points against Arizona. Good for the Buffs! USC took care of the fading Sun Devils. Did Colorado figure something out on offense? Enough to give UW trouble this week? Can Stanford take advantage of a rash of injuries on Oregon’s defensive line to upset the Ducks? Is UCLA going to end their losing streak against Southern Cal? Who starts at qb for Oregon State? Who starts at QB for Arizona? Does Mike Leach get his first Pac-12 win against Arizona State? All this and we pick the games against the spread. Click the link below to enjoy! 11.14.2012 Pac-12 Football Podcast
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