What five things matter the most about the 2019 Pac-12 college football schedule? What do you need to know?
2019 Pac-12 Football Schedules
Pac-12 Composite, Ranking Top Games
North Cal | Oregon | Oregon State
Stanford | Washington | Washington State
South Arizona | Arizona State | Colorado
UCLA | USC | Utah
Here’s what matters and what you need to care about with the 2019 Pac-12 football schedule, starting with …
5. The interdivisional play doesn’t matter, but …
If you’re one of the teams that misses the big guy from the other division, you catch a massive break.
It’s not like the Big Ten West teams dealing with who has to face Ohio State, Penn State or Michigan, or the SEC East teams that have to try dodging Alabama or LSU. With a nine-game conference schedule in a 12-team league, Pac-12 teams only miss two teams from the other division.
For example, Oregon not only plays USC, but it has to go to LA to do it. However, it gets Colorado – the relative easy team from the division – and and Arizona at home. Who do the Ducks miss? UCLA and Utah.
Who from the South gets the horrible, horrible break of missing Oregon State? Who has the brutal road tests against the top teams? Here you go with the two teams that each team misses …
California: Arizona, Colorado
Oregon: UCLA, Utah
Oregon State: Colorado, USC
Stanford: Arizona State, Utah
Washington: Arizona State, UCLA
Washington State: Arizona, USC
Arizona: California, Washington State
Arizona State: Stanford, Washington
Colorado: California, Oregon State
UCLA: Oregon, Washington
USC: Oregon State, Washington State
Utah: Oregon, Stanford