Pac-12 Still Waiting To Announce Tiebreaker

The Conference of Champions has still not announced the tiebreaker formula for its conference championship for this season!

The Pac-12 always moves at its own speed but remember there will not be North and South division champions this season. The top two teams will play in the Pac-12 title game. But what happens if there is a tie?

George Kliavkoff has probably been a little preoccupied with keeping the 10 schools from leaving the conference.

But you would think the tiebreaker formula would be announced by now. As long as it’s announced before the end of the season, I guess.

60 thoughts on “Pac-12 Still Waiting To Announce Tiebreaker

    1. The portal had made NCAA football bad enough. But NIL is really going to make it ugly.

      We will all miss the days of watching a young man grow with our schools. They will hop from school to school the way Dementia Joe flip flops on political issues.

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      1. I think she finally realized how foolished she looked trying to claim Biden was the better choice.

        It really is hilarious the way Dementia Joe is lying to the country about us not being in a recession. He also lied to us about how tough he was on both MBS and Xi Jinping. He’s an old man who likes to talk tough and millions were dumb enough to fall for it.

        His weakness is why Putin and Jinping knew they could do whatever they wanted. Lots of blood is on the hands of Biden voters, as much as they try to deny it.

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      2. EAT SLEEP SHIT BIDEN…..rinse and repeat!

        Every fucking day you have to correlate Biden with something that is indirectly non-relevant. Your fucking stupidity is beyond laughable.

        Perhaps a good ass whipping would help you with your cognitive issues.

        PS….. Your boi Mitch got played like a fiddle(Biden just gave you the middle finger. I’m sure it flew right over your head, idiot!)….. HAHAHA!!!

        #UNPATRIOTIC!

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      3. FUCK YOU OLD MAN…I’LL TWIST YOUR FUCKING ASS INTO A PRETZEL… KEEP HIDING BEHIND YOUR KEYBOARD TALKING SHIT…TRUE ACT OF A FUCKING COWARD… YOU LOOK PATHETIC….. GEORGE LAUGHS AT YOUR SENILE ASS

        DEMS ARE MAKING PROGRESS, CAN’T SAY THE SAME FOR THE GOP OBSTRUCTIONIST…..

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      4. It’s truly embarrassing that your party would refuse to extend benefits to the heroes of our country. you little limp-dick troll

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      5. I did not realize how amusing Grabby can be. “I’LL TWIST YOUR FUCKING ASS INTO A PRETZEL”. What does even mean? But it does display the typical leftwing reaction because they are intellectually and morally bankrupt they have nothing substantive to say.

        As for talking about Biden, well, he is the president (at least he occupies the White House), kind of hard not to take about him. Of course, I can see why you want to minimize any discussion about him. I would run away, avoid, distract, misrepresent too if I was foolish enough to have voted for this guy.

        Have a nice day, Grabby.

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      6. Get your pathetic ass over here and I’ll demonstrate the “Pretzel twisting” on your weak, fragile little frame!

        Speaking of “intellectually and morally bankrupt”…….How about the unpatriotic maneuver of the GOP obstructionists denying aid to our heroes?

        I’m sure your rebuttal will feature some lame-ass excuse tied in with Biden.
        Go service your goats!

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      7. SSS, last line of your second paragraph is spot on! It’s so obvious each & every time she posts.

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      8. Now you’re begging for Slim’s acceptance….Dude, insecurity must suck….. go service the shar-pei (aka mrs. slo cal)-

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      9. Dude, get a new playbook, it’s beyond stale….you sound like a broken record…. we all know your mentality is limited,

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  1. BOTTOM LINE
    ITS NOW OIL MONEY VS SC ALUM MONEY

    OIL MONEY IS DIVIDED
    SARK
    JIMBO
    OAKIES
    OTHER FUCKERS

    MAYBE FOSSIL FUEL GOES
    AWAY IN FIFTY YEARS??

    THE FUTURE IS OURS GUYS
    AND CARRA OF COURSE

    FIGHT ON !!!

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  2. My uncle has a country place
    That no one knows about
    He says it used to be a farm
    Before the Motor Law

    Down in his barn
    My uncle preserved for me an old machine
    For fifty-odd years
    To keep it as new has been his dearest dream

    We fire up the willing engine
    Responding with a roar
    Tires spitting gravel
    I commit my weekly crime

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      1. Give the man a ci-gar!

        It’s coming. A time when those of us who use combustion engines will be considered criminals.

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  3. WOW !!!!
    GABBY IS BACK !!!!
    I CONSIDER BOTH YOU GUYS MY FRIEND
    BUT
    ONE IS LEFT
    ONE IS RIGHT
    BUT ISNT THAT WHAT MAKES OUR COUNTRY GREAT ???

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    1. Yeah, appears I gave her too much credit for having realized how foolish she looks for supporting this complete failure of an administration. As MG has said, fools such as her refuse to admit it and will go down with the ship, trying to claim they were right. Doesn’t matter how many have died or suffered miserably, they’ll deny it has anything to do with the mistakes Dementia Man and his team have made.

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      1. Hey, slo cal, get educated, dipshit!… Once again, posting alternative facts to promote your false agenda.

        The process for declaring the U.S. economy does not fall simply on GDP reports. Rather, the NBER defines a recession as “a significant decline in economic activity that is spread across the economy and that lasts more than a few months.”

        And as Bank of America’s team notes, this criteria specifically draws from six primary data sources that cover a more diverse set of economic indicators beyond the gross domestic product: real personal income less transfers, nonfarm payrolls, real personal consumption expenditures, real manufacturing, and trade sales, household employment, and the index of industrial production.

        All of which have grown since the start of the year.

        Dude, you’re way too easy to debunk. Low-level skill-set….for sure!

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      2. Yeah, appears I gave slo cal too much credit for having realized how foolish he looks for supporting this complete failure of an administration, trump, and company. As MG has said, fools such as Slo cal, and his refusal to admit it, will go down with the ship trying to claim they were right. Doesn’t matter how many have died(600k) or suffered miserably during trump’s debacle with covid, they’ll deny it has anything to do with the mistakes the worst prez in history, and his team has made.

        PS….your grammar is bad….made a few corrections

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    1. HI TIM
      WHAT IF THERE IS A TIE FOR SECOND

      THEN WHICH ONE PLAYS THE TEAM THAT CAME IN FIRST

      I THINK THATS THE PROBLEM

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      1. head to head would automatically break that tie…anything else is purely subjective,so maybe a coin toss…I DOUBT 2nd place tie will occur.

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  4. Biden administration officials, from National Economic Council Director Brian Deese, to Council of Economic Advisors member Jared Berstein, to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, have attempted to throw wool over the eyes of the American people by explaining that this traditional definition of a recession is faulty. Powell echoed the party line after announcing his latest interest rate hike: “I do not think the U.S. is currently in a recession. It doesn’t make sense that the U.S. would be in a recession.”

    So, basically, because Powell does not personally believe the numbers right before his eyes, the U.S. central bank has continued down the path of dropping napalm on economic production. I am reminded of George Orwell’s 1984, “The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was their final, most essential command.”

    Powell and the Biden administration have pointed to the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) as the final arbiter of whether the economy is in a recession; the NBER defines a recession as “a significant decline in economic activity that is spread across the economy and lasts more than a few months.” The NBER measures this sustained economic decline with four primary indicators: real income, real spending, industrial production, and employment. Each of these indicators ostensibly remains in healthy territory.

    Though the unemployment rate remains robust – which has been indicated by Powell, Yellen, and others to be a reason a recession cannot be possible – the U.S. labor market is far from healthy. The unemployment rate does not include the vast number of individuals who have voluntarily left the labor force since before the pandemic. The labor force participation rate sits at 62.2 percent, compared to 63.4 percent in February 2020, and 11.3 million jobs remain open compared to 6.9 million pre-pandemic.

    75% OF THE COUNTRY KNOWS WE’RE IN A RECESSION. BUT DUMBASS WANTS TO BELIEVE THE LIES & SPIN BY THIS ADMINISTRATION. CUZ HE’S A LOW IQ INDIVIDUAL. HECK, THAT’S NOT NEWS. AFTEALL, HE DID VOTE FOR ALL OF THIS. LOL

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    1. 75%?????….. Another alternative fact you pulled out of your ass….. post the link to support your claim….or STFU….. you fucking dipshit, it says they, “voluntarily left the labor force since before the pandemic” That happened while trump was prez. If people choose not to work that’s their problem, not the current administration’s problem…..Do you actually fucking comprehend the shit you post…doubt it!

      And you call my IQ low….tooooo funnnny!!

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    2. PS….. wait wait wait!!!! YOU posted this statement that contradicts your recession claims….what a fucking low-IQ troll…embarrassing!

      Slo cal wrote; “The NBER measures this sustained economic decline with four primary indicators: real income, real spending, industrial production, and employment. Each of these indicators The NBER measures this sustained economic decline with four primary indicators: real income, real spending, industrial production, and employment. Each of these indicators ostensibly remains in healthy territory.

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  5. I HAVE EIGHT REMAINING COUSINS LEFT ALIVE
    FOUR ARE PRO TRUMP
    FOUR CANT STAND TRUMP
    GUESS WHAT
    THEY DONT SPEAK TO EACH OTHER ANYMORE
    I SHIT YOU NOT !!!!

    I REALLY WONDER IF THEY EVER WILL AGAIN
    PROBABLY NOT IN MY LIFETIME
    LOL

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    1. GT….. It’s truly sad how trump was able to get your relatives to drink his kool-aid, and shut down their brains. I’m sure they feel privileged and proud because trump said, he loves the uneducated!…. just look how screwed up slo cal is….the senile cult member will never recover!

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      1. ITS FUNNY
        MY COUSIN MIKE IN SAN DIEGO THINKS TRUMP IS LIKE THE SECOND COMING OF JESUS

        MY COUSIN TOM IN THE HOLLYWOOD HILLS THINKS TRUMP BELONGS IN JAIL FOR LIFE

        AND NOTHING YOU CANSAY ALTERS THEIR THINKING

        ONE LIVES ON FOX NEWS
        ONE LIVES ON CNN

        AND THEY BELIEVE EVERYTHING THEY HEAR

        THEREIN LIES PART OF THE TROUBLE

        BUT A LOT IS JUST RE INFORCEMENT OF PREVIOUSLY HELD VIEWS
        BUT NOW MAGNIFIED

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      2. I’m in a similar situation to yours. I have an aunt and uncle who live north of Santa Barbara. They constantly bitched about Obama, and then bent and knee and kissed trump’s ring, pathetic.

        Now, Biden lives in their head, much like slo cal, to the point, that my parents refuse to talk to them because everything is somehow a problemed caused directly or indirectly by Biden.

        It’s pretty sad when politics outweigh family relationships

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  6. ARE WE IN A RECESSION ??

    BY TRADITIONAL GDP MEASURES YES

    BY MOST OTHER MEASURES NO

    HOWEVER
    THE FED MUST CONTINUE TO FIGHT INFLATION AND VERY SOON I THINK THERE WONT BE ANY DOUBT THAT WE ARE IN A RECESSION
    HOWEVER THIS IS THE PRICE THAT HAS TO BE PAID TO FIGHT INFLATION

    INFLATION IF LEFT UNCHECKED IS A REAL PISSER

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    1. You’re exactly right! But this low-IQ troll, aka slo cal, bitches about inflation every fucking day, and then in the same breathe, bitches about the T00L(s) available to ease inflation. It’s impossible to educate stupidity.

      The senile troll seems to forget trump begged the Feds to lower the rate to historic lows. The cheap money triggered a buying frenzy which started to put pressure on inflation. Trump used socialism to save capitalism which back-fired(more corporate stock buy-backs)… which only led to more continued pressure on inflation…

      Trump had this country so fucked up during the dark days of covid, Biden had no other choice but to infuse cash into the economy to relieve financial burdens on millions of Americans, due in part to trump’s incompetence….trump really did leave this country in a fucking mess…. but the senile troll has selective memory, and wants to blame Biden for trump’s failures….PATHETIC!

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      1. Please ignore the 5 trillion dollars given out during COVID. It has no bearing on inflation. It’s the low interest money that is the issue, not the free money that’s the problem, right?

        Here’s your trial run at full blown socialism. How’s it working out?

        Trump is a mouth breathing moron, he too gave out free money. But Biden doubled down. If neither did anything at all, nothing, zero, other than funding the research testing and direct Covid related expenses we would be a lot better off. But instead they went the route of politicians and fed free money to a problem that didn’t require it. Anyone with half a brain knew we were headed for huge inflation.

        If there is a problem, government is never the answer.

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      2. I agree with your comments!. The point I was making, the rise in inflation actually had its roots pre-pandemic, and this tidal wave, covid, fueled it like a wildfire. And yes, Biden’s momentary policies helped fuel the rise. But was no action the true cure?

        This senile troll, slo cal. seems to think inflation just started to take off the first day Biden took office. He refuses to lay any blame on trump for his actions or lack of.

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      3. I will always favor smart people and free markets to figure out problems over government. So, in my opinion, yes, I would rather the government did nothing. Neither side is pragmatic or objective, they huddle up and make things worse.

        We need a huge culture change in politics, but I do not think that’s coming in my lifetime. People, my hand raised, are stubborn and like to win. Politics shouldn’t be played out like sports. Winning is not more important that getting things done. A two party system only breeds a “my side” type of thought. It needs to be dismantled. More parties might make for more gridlock, but gridlock is good.

        Rant over, fight on!!!!

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      4. I spy a “man-crush”….. FYI, this fart-rifle is an outie!

        Slo cal is lonely, easy mark….run, don’t walk!

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    2. There is no doubt we are in a recession right now.

      And the inflation we’re experiencing is primarily the result of the horrible economic policies of our current administration. That’s why she cries so loud. She hates being reminded of how dumb she was to vote for all of it.

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  7. Both Trump and Biden dumped a lot of $$ into the economy, and that is the proximate cause of the inflation we are seeing now. Federal debt to GDP ratio now over 100%, we haven’t seen that since WW2; this will get much worse with more people retiring and taking social security and Medicare. These programs will have to be modified, or taxes will have to go up, or both.

    GDP is declining while employment has been rising substantially. This is a one-off, as the only way this can happen is with worker productivity plummeting. This is a huge problem because all of the increase in our living standards over the long-run is due to higher worker productivity – but productivity is falling today at an unprecedented rate – nearly 8 percent per year.

    George, hang in there, I am hopeful politics in this country will get better.

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    1. They’ve known how to fix the social security situation fo years but won’t do it: Remove the cap on earnings subject to the social security payroll tax, currently $147,000.

      Both of GT’s cousins are in the opposite endzones. Those of us in between the 40 yard lines know there’s plenty of blame to go around. But Joe is an absolute disaster. Anyone with any sense wouldn’t try to deny it.

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      1. Yes, that would bring in additional revenue, but not enough to balance it. The demographic shift between those receiving and those paying is huge. Back in the day there were 3.5 workers per retiree. Down the road, there will be only about 2 workers per retiree.

        Sadly, very few decent people IMHO are willing to go into politics now. The definition of a politician has changed. Back in the day, a politician made things happen. Reagan and Tip O’Neil did deals. Clinton and Gingrich did deals. A politician was evaluated on what they accomplished, historically. Now it seems to be a badge of honor that they don’t work with the other side to advance the ball.

        Dems went off the rails after the 2000 election and Florida. Since then, there has been constant, awful conflict on both sides. We need a person from between the 40 yard lines, and I hope that will happen.

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      2. Dude, you’re in the far-right endzone….wake up fool!… The GOP’s solution to SS reform is to eliminate it…..get educated!

        PS…. where is the link to the 75% you claim?….. exactly, it was a fucking lie.

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      3. Privatize it. Let people be in charge of their own accounts. Those who work for 30 or 40 years would retire wealthy.

        Done!

        Currently it’s just an unending Ponzi scheme

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    2. 67, I truly appreciate your fair and objective opinion. Partial blame for the current situation started to form pre-pandemic. Slo cal seems to have amnesia pre- January 21st, 2021.

      There was absolutely no reason for trump to beg the Feds for constant rate reductions, and the next sentence was bragging about having the greatest economy in history. The orange Cheeto was building a ticking time-bomb

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      1. Gabby, sadly, I still enjoy Cheetos. The ones from frito-lay…extra crunchy.

        #DamnTheyAreGood

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