College Football Insider: CFP implications from wild weekend in Pac-12
SPONSORED – Not much has gone according to plan in this abbreviated Pac-12 football season, but you have to give a lot of credit to the players and coaches for their determination to tackle the challenges week after week in order to play. The cancellations of the Apple Cup, Utah-Arizona State, and Colorado-USC last weekend brought the season tally in the conference up to nine.
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A pair of new head coaches – the UW Huskies’ Jimmy Lake and Colorado’s Karl Dorrell – both remain undefeated despite the challenges of the last-minute schedule changes. However, a game that proceeded as regularly scheduled ended in shocking fashion as Oregon State defeated 15th-ranked Oregon.
In this week’s College Football Insider brought to you by Mac & Jack’s Brewing Company, 710 ESPN Seattle’s Maura Dooley breaks down those games and the College Football Playoff implications for the Pac-12.
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