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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

October 11, 2007 at 11:18 PM

Pac-10 picks

I’m 31-10 now for the season after the weekend that was (or wasn’t, if you are a college football fan in Los Angeles).
Now for this week’s selections:
ARIZONA AT USC: Okay, so my pegging of Arizona as “surging” last week turned out to be disatrously wrong. The Wildcats had played five straight good quarters, which I figured meant something. Instead, it was the same ol, same ol as Arizona backed up a good game with a horrid one. Suddenly, USC needs a win just as desperately. The Wildcats have actually played USC pretty tough the last few years. But I’m thinking the Trojans are going to rebound, and Mark Sanchez will inspire a QB controversy. USC 38, Arizona 17.
WASHINGTON STATE AT OREGON: Ducks are 12-1 coming off byes under Mike Bellotti (probably felt to you guys like half of those have come against UW) while the Cougars are going to have to rally hard after losing what felt like a make-or-break game last week. Ducks should cruise. Oregon 47, WSU 21.
TCU AT STANFORD: The Cardinal is the darling of the nation, and prime for a letdown after last week — not to mention, it’s not like Stanford suddenly got THAT good. These two teams have never met. And in a bizarre stat, Stanford has won its last three games the week after playing USC (last year, that came against UW). But the visitors will get it done. TCU 27, Stanford 20.
OREGON STATE AT CAL: Beavers have won the last two in Berkeley (Cal has crushed OSU in the last two in Corvallis). Figure the home team will finally get one in this series as the Bears will feast on a few more Sean Canfield interceptions en route to a pretty easy win. Cal 37, OSU 21.

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