Polls Archive


Report: Pac-12 to play an eight-game, conference-only schedule beginning October 31st. Thoughts?
  • I'm all in! Glad to see that the Pac-12 will not be left behind, and will have a chance at getting a team into the College Football Playoff (and remain nationally relevant) (55%, 112 Votes)
  • I'm excited to see CU's schedule (assuming original eight - Oregon at home; no OSU). Can't wait to actually have games at Folsom to look forward to! (29%, 58 Votes)
  • This is a pipe dream. This is why the Pac-12 shouldn't have canceled so early. If the Pac-12 was starting the end of September, there would be enough flexibility to actually get in a eight games (16%, 32 Votes)

Start Date: September 17, 2020 @ 4:44 pm
End Date: No Expiry

Steps being taken for Pac-12 to follow Big Ten's lead and play football as early as October 24th. Thoughts?
  • I'm just pissed that the Pac-12 waited for the Big Ten to announce before even considering moving forward. Way to look like a little brother (again!), Pac-12! (42%, 103 Votes)
  • Great news! I just hope that the conference can work out the details with the CA and OR health officials fast enough to make this a reality (36%, 88 Votes)
  • I'll believe it when I see it. The Big Ten has a plan for a nine-game schedule in place, including a title game. What does the Pac-12 have? Nothing yet ... we'll see if they can pull it off (22%, 53 Votes)

Start Date: September 16, 2020 @ 5:09 pm
End Date: No Expiry

Big Ten votes to return to the field, effective October 24th. Thoughts?
  • Good for the Big Ten. Larry Scott & Pac-12 Presidents - the ball is in your court. Do you want to figure this out? Or are you content being the laughing stock of the sports world? (54%, 88 Votes)
  • We'll see. October 24th is still a ways off. I'm still not convinced (see: games already postponed) that there will be a full season for anyone this fall (26%, 43 Votes)
  • It's been tough to be a CU fan the past 15 years, but never more so than now. I feel for CU's athletes, who have no voice in their future (20%, 32 Votes)

Start Date: September 16, 2020 @ 7:27 am
End Date: No Expiry

If the Big Ten implements an Oct. 17th-Dec. 19th schedule to get in on the playoff. And the Pac-12?
  • I'm not sold that the Big Ten will adopt the schedule. Having it mapped out is one thing, convincing 11 Big Ten Presidents to change their minds is another. Stay tuned ... (43%, 47 Votes)
  • The Pac-12 will understand that having a "Power Four" is suicidal for national relevance, and will find its way to a fall schedule (28%, 31 Votes)
  • The Pac-12 can't/won't be able to get up and running on that schedule, and will miss out on the College Football Playoff (29%, 31 Votes)

Start Date: September 15, 2020 @ 5:57 pm
End Date: No Expiry

Reports: Pac-12 to have testing which is "better than the NFL", and is talking about a mid-November return. Thoughts?
  • We'll see. I think it actually depends on the Big Ten. If the Big Ten reverses course, then the Pac-12 will have no choice but to follow suit. The negative optics of not playing would be too great (53%, 108 Votes)
  • Good news. I hope that with the improved testing, California and Oregon will allow their teams to practice, and we can get a schedule formulated (35%, 70 Votes)
  • Not news. I can't see the west coast allowing their teams to play (even though the professional teams were given waivers). The Pac-12 will have to wait until January ... and may not get a 2020 season (12%, 24 Votes)

Start Date: September 14, 2020 @ 5:13 pm
End Date: No Expiry

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  1. Wouldn’t mind the Cheez-It Bowl at all, as I have connections at Kellogg’s (owns Cheez-it) who could get me tickets!! Is that Cheezy??? 🙂

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