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Five summers ago, CU was a potential candidate for a new Pac-16 … or to be an orphan in a purged Big 12 …

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Buffs No. 29 in preseason Associated Press poll … Spencer Dinwiddie and coach Tad Boyle star at Pac-12 media days …

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Pac-12 Notes – May

//posted 5.31.2013

Vegas doesn’t see CU within three TD’s of most Pac-12 teams … Alamo Bowl moves up – No. 2 Pac-12 to play No. 2 Big 12

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Colorado Daily – February

//posted 2.27.2013

DC Kent Baer to take it slow with CU defense … Scott: CU “can see some daylight” in facilities upgrades

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Pac-12 Notes – November

//posted 11.15.2012

November 30th Larry Scott: Pac-12 staying at 12 Larry Scott, on hand in Palo Alto for the Pac-12 championship game between UCLA and Stanford, gave his “State of the Conference” report Friday. While there will be other quotes of note later tonight, the first one which caught my eye, in terms of quoting, had to do with conference expansion. Other conferences are expanding and contracting so quickly that I, quite honestly, have a hard time keeping track (if you can name the members of the Big East for the 2013 […]

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Pac-12 Notes – October

//posted 10.30.2012

Pac-12 Notes – October October 30th Colorado/Arizona game time set When you are no longer a draw, you are not ready for primetime … The time for the Colorado/Arizona game next weekend has been set. The Buffs’ final road game of the season will kickoff at 11:30 a.m., and will be nationally televised on FX. The remaining games on the Pac-12 schedule next weekend – Arizona State at USC; UCLA at Washington State; Oregon at Cal; Oregon State at Stanford; and Utah at Washington – will have to wait until […]

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Pac-12 Notes – August

//posted 8.10.2012

August 31st UCLA, Utah win big in their openers; Washington State, Sacramento State lose big in theirs Washington State … The most interesting game of the night, at least as far as the Pac-12 was concerned, was the matchup between BYU and Washington State. Sure, the game was in Provo, and the BYU Cougars were coming off of a 10-3 season; the Washington State Cougars coming off of a 4-8 campaign. Still, Washington State had its new head coach, Mike Leach. The offensive genius inherited a team which was already […]

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Pac-12 Notes – June/July, 2012 July 31st Penn State running back transferring to USC The highest profile Nittany Lion to date has defected, choosing USC. From ESPN … Penn State running back Silas Redd reportedly met with Penn State head coach Bill O’Brien this afternoon, letting his head coach know he was heading to Los Angeles. Redd is eligible to transfer immediately without sitting out a season after Penn State was hit with unprecedented sanctions two weeks ago, including a four-year bowl ban. Several Penn State players, including linebacker Michael […]

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