Tough start to season for Pac-12 football
Is the Pac-12 in danger of getting kicked out of College Football’s Power 5? UCF clobbers Stanford. Oklahoma steamrolls UCLA.
USC loses at BYU. Thank goodness for Utah and, to a lesser extent, Oregon.
And of course, Cal.
Is this the year the Golden Bears end the Pac-12 Conference’s longest Rose Bowl drought?
Dwight Eisenhower was President of the United States the last time Cal played in the Rose Bowl, in 1959.
There were only 48 stars on the flag!
Hawaii and Alaska didn’t join the Union until later in the year.
History and nostalgia may be all we have left for college football in Southern California by Columbus Day, if this keeps up.
UCLA is a bigger disaster area than ever, after an 0-3 start.
There are even rumblings, growing louder by the loss, that Coach Chip Kelly’s seat is starting to smoke.
At least there are signs of hope at USC, where the chaos is limited to the administration.
True fishermen quarterback Kedon Slovis is a gem.
The Trojans visibly respond to him where they do not to injured J.T. Daniels.
The Sons of Troy will learn much about themselves Friday night, when they host Utah.
The Utes have always had the requisite sense to awe about College Football and the Rose Bowl’s part in it since they joined the Pac-10 to help make it the Pac-12.
They qualified for their first conference championship game last December.
Coach Kyle Whittingham’s teams always give the last great measure of valor.
This could be the year Utah’s red uniforms are more a shade of Rose.
If the 45th state’s oldest university indeed qualifies for the Rose Bowl, will all 3.2 million Utahns come down for one of the greatest moments in state history?
See, there’s still some suspense in the 2019 College Football season.