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Pac-10 Football: Connor Predicts What Will Happen In Week One

Andy posted your Pac-10 viewing schedule for this week's games, now here's Connor with his predictions. 


USC 30, Hawaii 7: I'm one of the believers that USC will play some uninspired Football this year based on the fact that they won't be going to a Bowl Game. However, opening the season in Hawaii on ESPN is basically impossible not to get pumped up about, and Lane Kiffin will have his team ready.


Arizona 31, Toledo 13: Nick Foles and company should cruise in this one. Who knows though if Toledo gets some confidence early.


UCLA 24, Kansas State 20:
Honestly have no idea about this one, but UCLA looks better than KSU on paper.

Oregon 41, New Mexico 7: Oregon leads 24-0 at Halftime. The Lobos score late on a Nate Costsa Pic-6, and it is clear that Thomas was the right choice.

California 28, UC Davis 3: Cal takes a 28-0 lead into the Locker Rooms, but their 2nd Strings don't put together any scoring drives.

Stanford 38, Sacramento State 7: Andrew Luck throws for four touchdown passes in the 1st Half, and the Cardinal cruise to a 31 Point win.

Oklahoma State 20, Washington State 17: After the Cowboys hit what seems to be the Game-Winning Field Goal with 35 Seconds left, Wazzu completes two quick 30 Yard passes to set up the 37 Yarder to tie it. Of course, Washington State cougs it by fumbling the snap.

Washington 17, BYU 10: The Huskies get an ugly win over BYU with a last second touchdown pass from Jake Locker. Still though, it's UW's first road win since 2007.

Oregon State 30, TCU 28: The Beavers are flying high after taking a 27-14 lead into the fourth. But the Beaver D gives up two touchdowns, meaning Oregon State trails by one with just over a minute remaining. Never to fear though as ice cold Justin Kahut splits the uprights from 35 yards to give the Beavers the victory.

Arizona State 31, Portland State 10: ASU only leads 17-10 at Halftime, but two quick touchdowns to start the 3rd Quarter silence the Vikings.

Record on the season: 0-0, Goal: 65-11