Pac-12 Notes – April


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Pac-12 Notes – April

//posted 4.20.2012

April 30th Utah State and San Jose State take a half step up The Southwest Conference … The Big Eight … The Pac-10 … The Western Athletic Conference? The WAC has been around since 1962, and started with members including Arizona and Arizona State. Now, while enjoying its 50th year in existence, the WAC may be fading away. Present members Utah State and San Jose State are set to bolt the WAC for the Mountain West Conference, starting in 2013. This leaves the Western Athletic Conference with only a handful …

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Texas A&M notifies Big 12 of “Conference Exploration” … Big 12 “poised to move aggressively with options”

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— No. 9 Colorado v. No. 3 Texas – Big 12 Championship – Irving, Texas —  BCS The Bowl Championship Series, with a mixture of polls, computer computations, and a little confusion, had taken a body blow with the CU upset of Nebraska.  The Cornhuskers had been ranked No. 1 in the BCS standings, with undefeated Miami ranked No. 2.  Had Nebraska taken care of business against the Buffs, and handled the (presumed) rematch with Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship game, the computers would have matched the best two …

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  — November 10th – at Iowa State                    No. 21 Colorado 40, Iowa State 27 — Senior tailback Cortlen Johnson became the first player in CU history to have over 100 yards rushing and receiving in the same game, leading the Buffs to a 40-27 win over Iowa State.  Johnson had 27 carries for 172 yards and six catches for 105 yards in leading the Buffs to a showdown with Nebraska for the Big 12 North Division championship. After Colorado opened the …

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2013 Buffs Take Down CSU, 41-27, in Mike MacInytre's debut Connor Wood passes for 400 yards and three touchdowns READ