Pac-12 Notes – November


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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 – October

//posted 10.25.2011

October 31st If you can’t leave ’em, sue ’em! Colorado and Nebraska were required to give 24 months’ to the Big 12 if they wanted to leave the conference. Colorado gave two year’s notice, but Nebraska was willing to pay a penalty to leave a year early. In the end, both teams left after a year, sacrificing television revenue to get out of the conference a year early. The Big East, in an attempt to keep teams from leaving, instituted a 27-month waiting period. West Virginia, though, wants to become …

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— October 4th – Boulder           No. 12 Oklahoma 82, Colorado 42 — The score says it all. 82-42. If you have never seen these numbers before, consider yourself fortunate.  The headline in the October 5, 1980, Rocky Mountain News was:  “Buffs humiliated by Sooners 82-42”.  The statistics border on the unbelievable.  The total number of points scored by two teams, 124, set a modern day NCAA record, as did the total number of touchdowns by both teams (18).  In all, at least 51 NCAA, Big Eight Conference, Colorado/Oklahoma team, or Folsom …

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