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Old 11-04-2012, 10:07 AM    (permalink
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A total of 28 penalties for 258 yards combined between the two teams that game. And wow at the final score...

EDIT: What does UCLA have to do to get ranked? I know they lost to a horrid Cal team, but now they have beaten Nebraska, Stanford and Arizona while barely losing to a seemingly very good Oregon State team.

On another note, the North seems to be head, shoulders and chest above the South right now. Oregon, Oregon State and Stanford all in the same division?
The Bruins haven't played Stanford yet but they should be ranked fairly high i would think, and they control their own destiny in the Pac-12 south.

Jim Mora has done a great job turning things around there.I wish he had got the head coaching gig here in Seattle.
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