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Oregon State Picked Last In Pac-12 Media Poll

The Beavers were chosen to finish 6th in the Pac-12 North Division by all 33 media members for the second straight season.

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In a vote by the thirty-three member media panel on the first day of the Pac-12 Media Days, Oregon State has been selected to finish last (6th) in the North Division, garnering a last-place vote from every member of the media group. The Beavers received the lowest number of votes in the whole conference, finishing 30 points behind Colorado, who was picked to finish last in the South Division.

The media chose Stanford as the favorite to win the Pac-12 title for the first time in the history of the conference, receiving 24 first-place votes. UCLA was selected to finish second in the whole Pac-12 with 19 first-place votes, followed by USC (12), Washington (8) and Utah (2). The Bruins were also picked to win the Pac-12 South Division. The full projected conference standings are below:

North Division

Team (1st Place Votes - Total Voting Points)

1. Stanford (24-186)

2. Washington (8-163)

3. Oregon (1-132)

4. Washington State (112)

5. California (67)

6. Oregon State (33)

South Division

Team (1st Place Votes - Total Voting Points)

1. UCLA (19-180)

2. USC (12-173)

3. Utah (2-127)

4. Arizona (87)

5. Arizona State (85)

6. Colorado (63)

The media committee has only selected the eventual winner of the Pac-12 Champions correctly twice in the last nine polls and in 29 of the 55 overall previous polls. They also vote on the projected winner of the Pac-12 Title Game, in which they also picked Stanford, trailed by USC, Washington, UCLA and Utah.