Pac-12 Gets Little Respect In CFP Rankings

Oregon was No. 15 and USC No. 18 in the first College Football Playoffs of the season.

Both schools are behind two-loss Oklahoma and two-loss Iowa State.

“With three games, they’ve not yet beaten or played a ranked team,” CFP chairperson Gary Barta said of Oregon.

35 thoughts on “Pac-12 Gets Little Respect In CFP Rankings

  1. This is what happens when you start your season 2 weeks after the Big 10. There was no reason to start it so late. BTW, I thought Wolf was a little harsh on the grades from the Utah game. I thought for the most part the team played better than in the first 2 games. Hoping that the trend continues

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      1. Wolf has had a specific ‘let’s be controversial’ agenda for years now, and it has worked as he has attracted posters willing to take him on akin to moths mesmerized by light.

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  2. Get used to it, Pac-12. Notre Dame is having a terrific recruiting year, and Clemson and Alabama are Clemson and Alabama. Oh yeah, and Oregon is plucking our best Southern California players. SC has had amazing runs, the last being 2002-2009, but it will be years in the future before we see that kind of football royalty again.

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      1. I love that you were outed!

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        Trojandude207
        1d ago
        Well this IS interesting. I am not sure if this site is for me anymore. Each email address used generates a unique symbol that represents the email address. One person on this page has 10 such symbols generated for his username. That is some next level trolling. And none of messages upon this thread has anything to do with the the purpose of the thread. It has developed into a prepubescent name calling.

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  3. No team should be crowned anything this year , just play the games as good sportsmen . Any crowning this year is phony. Kids do this when playing house and pretending to be doctors. We should grow up. And, think about others during thanksgiving, keep your distance and think about others. Your mother taught you that, and she was right.

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    1. professur1 — I kinda skimmed the rest …but could you tell us more about the rules to the “pretending to be doctors” game?
      #..OrShouldIJustReferToHeadlinesOuttaOurMedicalSchool?

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    2. You are the worst of Charlie Bucket’s 10 sock puppets.

      Trojandude207
      1d ago
      Well this IS interesting. I am not sure if this site is for me anymore. Each email address used generates a unique symbol that represents the email address. One person on this page has 10 such symbols generated for his username. That is some next level trolling. And none of messages upon this thread has anything to do with the the purpose of the thread. It has developed into a prepubescent name calling.

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  4. Rankings reverting back 20+ yrs when east media bias controlled rankings,
    Rky Mtns and west ignored

    Have always said Rkys n west need to boycott CFP. Have their own playoff.
    Screw everything east of Rky Mtns

    Exactly comparable to Bias Media and Conservatives. Total repeated condemnation and dismissiveness of College sports west of Rky Mtns, especially football. Good ridens Mid West/East Coast colleges

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  5. This is the way Karma works. USC will make it to a bowl game and play a real opponent. As long as we don’t drop a game due to Covid, we should be on top of the South and possibly the PAC 12.
    This is where Karma comes in USC will play LSU in a bowl game. Everyone here will agree that even in a down year, LSU will make our under coached team look like a high school powder puff squad. But it won’t just be that.
    The coach at LSU was treated like the bottom of an outhouse in a pandemic of Hershey squirts by the University of Southern California. Scion players from California are playing for LSU because Helton didn’t bother to recruit in the area.
    Karma is going to make USC a prison bride for LSU. And the good news is Helton will once again be shown to be a slug in a bag of nickels. It may begin to cost recruits and players when they are embarrassed. Hopefully Bohn will smell the Traveler Apple’s in the locker room. It will be worth it rooting for LSU.

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      1. Don’t know if anyone watched this game but georgia sucks big time. They couldn’t get 30 yds rushing.

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  6. Michael Isikoff
    Michael Isikoff·Chief Investigative Correspondent

    Hey 22, your information gurus, Fox F**K News take a big one in the shorts:

    Tue, November 24, 2020, 4:32 PM PST
    News Corporation headquarters
    Fox News headquarters in New York City. (Richard Drew/AP)
    WASHINGTON — “Just as star anchor Sean Hannity and other high-profile Fox News figures were due to be deposed about their promotion of a bogus conspiracy theory about the death of former Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich, the cable network last month threw in the towel and moved to settle a lawsuit brought by Rich’s parents that threatened to expose a wealth of new details about one of its most embarrassing screw-ups in recent years.”

    “The settlement between Fox News and Rich’s parents, Joel and Mary Rich, was publicly disclosed Tuesday, but with no details about the terms. But legal sources tell Yahoo News that the settlement includes a lucrative seven figure payment to the Rich family consistent with the size of payouts Fox News and related corporate entities have made in other cases that have brought them negative publicity.”

    “The hastily arranged settlement also had the benefit of sparing Hannity and other Fox News figures — including network president Jay Wallace and contributor Newt Gingrich — the ordeal of being grilled under oath about claims in a series of broadcasts in May 2017 that blamed the leak of DNC emails to WikiLeaks on Rich. At the time, Hannity called a Fox News story attributing the DNC leak to Rich an “explosive” development that “might expose the single biggest fraud, lies, perpetrated on
    the American people by the media and the Democrats in our
    history.”

    Instead, Fox F**K News and Sean Hannity are exposed as media liars, BS artists and blatant perpetrators of untenable political propaganda.

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      1. Charlie Bucket the corrupt Board Moderator loves to use other poster’s handles as well as flood the site with his 10 sock puppets. What a disgrace

        !I love that you were outed!

        BWWWWWWWWAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        Trojandude207
        1d ago
        Well this IS interesting. I am not sure if this site is for me anymore. Each email address used generates a unique symbol that represents the email address. One person on this page has 10 such symbols generated for his username. That is some next level trolling. And none of messages upon this thread has anything to do with the the purpose of the thread. It has developed into a prepubescent name calling.

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    1. LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      You need to keep up you brainless Socialist car washer. Fox New is now run by Paul Ryan and is on your team! It’s no wonder they would settle with their pals.

      But the real comedy is OWNS name dropping the disgraced hack Isikoff!

      “It’s a rare thing when a liberal newsman makes history by not reporting a story, but Michael Isikoff – who is now departing NBC News — did just that when he wrote an article regarding the affair between then-president Bill Clinton and a young intern named Monica Lewinsky in January of 1998, only to have it scuttled by his editors at Newsweek.

      That turn of events gave Matt Drudge the opportunity to post a scoop on his little-known Drudge Report website that not only unveiled the scandal that almost ended Clinton’s career, but also helped catapult online reporting into legitimate journalism since it broke what was later called “The Story of the Decade.”

      When online news pioneer Matt Drudge learned of Isikoff’s story and the magazine’s reluctance to print it, he took advantage of the fact that he had no one to approve or deny his decision to post the information.

      According to the Drudge Report Archives, his headline read: “NEWSWEEK KILLS STORY ON WHITE HOUSE INTERN … BLOCKBUSTER REPORT: 23-YEAR-OLD FORMER WHITE HOUSE INTERN, SEX RELATIONSHIP WITH PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON .”

      The article stated that the magazine “killed a story that was destined to shake official Washington to its foundation.” Drudge revealed that Lewinsky was “sexually involved with the love of her life, Bill Clinton, the president of the United States, since she was a 21-year-old intern at the White House.”

      He added:

      She was a frequent visitor to a small study just off the Oval Office, where she claims to have indulged the president’s sexual preference.

      The young intern wrote long love letters to President Clinton, which she delivered through a delivery service. She was a frequent visitor at the White House after midnight.

      “The relationship between the president and the young woman became strained,” Drudge noted, “when the president believed that the young woman was bragging about the affair to others.”

      “The story’s impending release caused blind chaos in media circles,” he added. TIME magazine “spent Saturday scrambling for its own version of the story.”

      Drudge also pointed out a bizarre twist in the situation:

      Ironically, several years ago, it was Isikoff that found himself in a shouting match with editors who were refusing to publish even a portion of his meticulously researched investigative report that was to break Paula Jones.

      Isikoff worked for the Washington Post at the time, and left shortly after the incident to [work] for the paper’s sister magazine, Newsweek.

      Isikoff promoted a liberal agenda at NBC News. Many remember the spring of 2005, when Isikoff and colleagues claimed soldiers had flushed a Koran in front of Muslim prisoners at Guantanamo Bay. NBC later retracted the story.

      In November of 2009, he led a charge by Newsweek to claim that the National Rifle Association was on the side of terrorists during a legislative battle to allow passengers aboard Amtrak to transport unloaded firearms in their checked luggage.

      One year later, Isikoff claimed that a “secret fortune” was being poured into a network of outside political groups, with the primary organization being run by Republican strategist Karl Rove.

      In his book Uncovering Clinton, Isikoff wrote of his discomfort at being at the center of the Lewinsky story, but “The best we can ever do is what I have tried to do here — figure out, as best we can, what really happened and report it thoroughly, fairly, and accurately.”

      And Owns thinks Isikoff is worth quoting!

      OH MY SIDE HURTS FROM LAUGHING SO MUCH!

      AHA HA HA HA HA!

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