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  • doogiedoogie Posts: 11,243
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    Husky’s won the North, return everyone so we’ll rank them 23rd below 4 other conference teams.

    Make sense? YES! Dawgsense, LOL
    DerekJohnsonbiak1
  • rodmansragerodmansrage Posts: 3,199
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    3. Alabama Crimson Tide

    Alabama is losing a lot, but they always seemingly reload. Bryce Young was a great quarterback recruit, who likely learned a lot playing behind Mac Jones this season. He can keep the offense humming, while the defense has new stars emerge.


    no mention of sark's departure?


    11. Miami Hurricanes

    Getting D’Eriq King back is huge for Miami’s offense, even if he is coming off of a torn ACL. With him back at quarterback, the Hurricanes will have a chance to compete in the ACC next season.



    no and no. and yes i know the ACC blows.


    14. USC Trojans

    The Trojans had some exciting games this year, but still finished with a 5-1 record. Quarterback Kedon Slovis and a lot of young players will lead USC next year.



    yeah, they looked really really really fucking sharp in those five wins and somehow worse in the one loss.


    16. Texas Longhorns

    Texas is under a new head coach in Steve Sarkisian. They will possibly lose quarterback Sam Ehlinger and offensive tackle Samuel Cosmi, but they have a lot of experience coming back, as they only had a few senior starters this season.


    boosters already pissed about how low they are.
  • 3. Alabama Crimson Tide

    Alabama is losing a lot, but they always seemingly reload. Bryce Young was a great quarterback recruit, who likely learned a lot playing behind Mac Jones this season. He can keep the offense humming, while the defense has new stars emerge.


    no mention of sark's departure?


    11. Miami Hurricanes

    Getting D’Eriq King back is huge for Miami’s offense, even if he is coming off of a torn ACL. With him back at quarterback, the Hurricanes will have a chance to compete in the ACC next season.



    no and no. and yes i know the ACC blows.


    14. USC Trojans

    The Trojans had some exciting games this year, but still finished with a 5-1 record. Quarterback Kedon Slovis and a lot of young players will lead USC next year.



    yeah, they looked really really really fucking sharp in those five wins and somehow worse in the one loss.


    16. Texas Longhorns

    Texas is under a new head coach in Steve Sarkisian. They will possibly lose quarterback Sam Ehlinger and offensive tackle Samuel Cosmi, but they have a lot of experience coming back, as they only had a few senior starters this season.


    boosters already pissed about how low they are.

    Im sure Kim will be there to reassure them that Sark will bring the sizzle.
    GrundleStiltzkinDerekJohnsonAlohaDoog
  • Makes sense this is a janky site because having USC that high is pretty mental. They lose all but about 2-3 players who made a real impact this year and Slovis had a super disappointing year.
  • greenbloodgreenblood Posts: 10,882
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    Makes sense this is a janky site because having USC that high is pretty mental. They lose all but about 2-3 players who made a real impact this year and Slovis had a super disappointing year.

    I don’t think any Pac 12 team should be in the top 25 next year.

    ASU barely played

    UW didn’t play a single road game

    USC has Helton

    Oregon lost to both OSU and Cal.
    GrundleStiltzkinDerekJohnson
  • LebamDawgLebamDawg Posts: 4,487
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    Makes sense this is a janky site because having USC that high is pretty mental. They lose all but about 2-3 players who made a real impact this year and Slovis had a super disappointing year.

    I don’t think any Pac 12 team should be in the top 25 next year.

    ASU barely played

    UW didn’t play a single road game

    USC has Helton

    Oregon lost to both OSU and Cal.
    those are all in the top ten descriptions of why the PAC12 sucks - we? don't even know if the left coast will be open for football.
  • Makes sense this is a janky site because having USC that high is pretty mental. They lose all but about 2-3 players who made a real impact this year and Slovis had a super disappointing year.

    I don’t think any Pac 12 team should be in the top 25 next year.

    ASU barely played

    UW didn’t play a single road game

    USC has Helton

    Oregon lost to both OSU and Cal.
    P12 will play a winter 2022 season. Out of an abundance of caution.
    greenblood
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