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  1. Mailbag: Humbug to Pac-12 pride

    Ted Miller

    Happy Friday. Follow me on Twitter. It's the first step toward making your life into an epic poem. To the notes? Luke from Tucson, Ariz., writes: Thank you to Kevin Gemmell for writing the following: "This league's coaches rarely talk about...

    Blog | November 21, 2014
  2. Mailbag: SEC gripes, USC success

    Ted Miller

    Happy Friday. Welcome to the mailbag. Follow me on Twitter here. To the notes! Bryce from San Francisco writes: Ted, we saw that the committee is willing to put a one-loss team ahead of an undefeated team. Assuming there are no upsets, what ...

    Blog | November 14, 2014
  3. Oregon, Arizona State make their moves

    Ted Miller

    And just like that, we have Pac-12 clarity. Or potential clarity, which some fussbudgets might insist is nothing like clarity. After impressively exorcising its Stanford demons a day after All Hallows' Eve, Oregon owns a decisive lead in the Pac-1...

    Blog | November 03, 2014
  4. Mailbag: Howls over SEC conspiracy

    Ted Miller

    Happy Halloween. I will be Superman this Halloween. Why? I won't have time after work to change into a costume! My wife loves that joke, even after 1,317 tellings! To the notes! But not until one last sentence ends with an exclamation point!...

    Blog | October 31, 2014
  5. Mailbag: SEC scheduling, Heisman controversy

    Ted Miller

    Greetings. Welcome to the Mailbag. If you are pursuing enlightenment, then go here. To the notes. Bryce from San Francisco writes: It's already been established that many SEC teams are a bunch of cowards, afraid to visit another conference ...

    Blog | October 24, 2014
  6. Mailbag: Arizona State-UCLA reaction and East Coast bias

    Ted Miller

    Happy Friday -- even you, Arizona State. World didn't end Thursday. You can follow me on Twitter here. To the notes. Jockston from SEC country writes: UCLA is good on offense, but it can't play defense, so it can't win a championship because...

    Blog | September 26, 2014
  7. Pac-12's perfect passing storm

    Ted Miller

    Athletes often refuse to play along with media storylines, or they simply are oblivious to them. That's not the case with the Pac-12's stellar 2014 crop of quarterbacks. They get it. They know they are good and you are interested. They are perfectly ...

    Blog | August 22, 2014
  8. Pac-12 problem: Losing expansion?

    Ted Miller

    Over the past five or so years, the Power Five conferences started playing expansion roulette. Although the ultimate wisdom of these moves can be measured only over the long term, the short-term results can be judged. That judgment? Things worked ...

    Blog | August 22, 2014
  9. Mailbag: Alabama scheduling

    Ted Miller

    Happy Friday. Welcome to the mailbag. You can follow me on Twitter here. To the notes. Michael from Anniston, Alabama, writes: You credit the CF playoff for the Bama-USC match-up? Hogwash. Bama has been scheduling such opening games ever sin...

    Blog | July 18, 2014
  10. Start celebrating USC-Bama history, hype

    Ted Miller

    You want controversy? You want regional bias? You BCS-raised, college football young'uns don't know squat. Consider Exhibit A: USC and Alabama in 1978. USC went to Legion Field in Birmingham, Alabama, on Sept. 23, 1978, and whipped the top...

    Blog | July 16, 2014
  11. Mailbag: Worries about Oregon, Cal

    Ted Miller

    Happy July 4th Eve. The mailbag arrives early this week. You can follow me on Twitter here. To the notes! Landon from Atlanta writes: I have heard rumblings of late, as to the upcoming demise of Oregon's dominance ? probably not this year, b...

    Blog | July 03, 2014
  12. Pac-12 schedule analysis: North Division

    Ted Miller

    College football is not only about being good. It's about scheduling. Who you don't play is often as important as who you do. Just look at the SEC, where retaining an eight-game conference schedule in a 14-team league is Machiavellian genius. It's...

    Blog | May 28, 2014
  13. Plenty to hash out at Pac-12 meetings

    Ted Miller

    PHOENIX -- As has been typical in recent years, there's a lot going on in college football, even in May. So there will be plenty to talk about when Pac-12 coaches and athletic directors get together with commissioner Larry Scott over the next two day...

    Blog | May 06, 2014
  14. Mailbag: SEC scheduling, rivalry gripes

    Ted Miller

    Happy Friday. With Pac-12 spring practices ending this weekend, the offseason is officially upon us. Of course, there is no offseason if you follow the Pac-12 blog on Twitter. To the notes! James from Washington, D.C., writes: Is there anyth...

    Blog | May 02, 2014
  15. Pac-12 notebook from conference call

    Ted Miller

    The Pac-12 coaches chatted about spring practices with reporters Thursday afternoon. The biggest news was Stanford coach David Shaw laying into the SEC for continuing to play eight conference games instead of nine, but there were some other worthy no...

    Blog | May 01, 2014
  16. Pac-12 leads leagues in QB starts

    Ted Miller

    Keeping with our theme of Pac-12 quarterbacks -- and numbers donated to the Pac-12 blog by the Arizona State sports information department -- Jeremy Hawkes and Jordan Parry compiled a list of returning starts behind center by conference. Not surprisi...

    Blog | April 23, 2014