After another failed comeback, Arizona is close, but not quite decent.
Wildcat football has been awful through two weeks, but they were awful last year for the first two weeks, too. Maybe, just maybe, week three and beyond can be a repeat of last year's ascension.
Arizona OC Noel Mazzone's play-calling may have cost Arizona offense for several reasons.
After predicting the exact Pac-12 Championship game last season, Campbell is back with his 2018 forecast of west coast college football. Washington may be the class of the conference, but don't sleep on Stanford or Arizona. Bryce Love and Khalil Tate are both capable of anchoring their teams on a run to the conference title and in a race for the Heisman trophy. Pac-12 North [01:05] California Golden Bears [04:00] Oregon Ducks [06:15] Oregon State Beavers [08:48] Stanford Cardinal [11:45] Washington Huskies [14:43] Washington State Cougars Pac-12 South [17:43] Arizona Wildcats [21:03] Arizona State Sun Devils [23:52] Colorado Buffaloes [25:56] UCLA Bruins [29:45] USC Trojans [32:53] Utah Utes Follow us on Twitter @TheDollarParlay for daily betting insights and game-by-game previews. This episode is brought to you by The Armchair All-Americans. #TakeASeat www.ArmchairAllAmericans.com
Alongside Arizona football's hype this year and the subsequent wild expectations, here's some realistic standards to look for that lead them to the South title.
Dennis Dodd and CBS really stepped in it by insinuating Bryce Love skipping Pac 12 Media Days for class was a problem. Is that the Pac 12's biggest problem? Is the conference's biggest problem anything Bryce Love can actually solve? That's the debate this morning.