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    Because it's never too early....

    Pac-12 schedule for next year.

    Home: ORE, UCLA, UTAH, WSU.

    Away: ASU, CAL, COLO, USC, WASH

    Miss: Oregon State, Stanford

    My initial take: I see several winnable road games next year.
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    The schedule definitely favors a first-year starting QB. Washington may actually be our toughest road game. Thx Palpa

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    I agree, the road slate looks very doable. Very nice to miss some decent teams in the Pac12 as well. Wonder how this season would have ended had we had the pleasure of missing Stanford and Oregon St, and swap them out for Wazzu and Cal?

    3-1 at home: Loss to Oregon. With Mariotta and DAT returning, they'll be better next season as long as Chip stays. UCLA will be better next season as well, but they have never fared well in Tucson. That will be a good one.

    3-2 on the road: Losses to USC & Wash/Cal/ASU?) All of them are winnable, Cats need to figure out the road games though. I think we'll be better on the road, just not good enough to pull any major upsets, and maybe drop a game to a team we should beat. ASU will be improved on offense, but may take a step back on defense with Magee leaving and Sutton possibly leaving. Washington is always tough at home, and Cal is a wild card depending on who they bring in as head coach.

    Cats will be breaking in a new starting QB... but I don't see that as being a huge issue. An 8 or 9 win season is very possible, with a chance to do something special if we can get the defense playing halfway decent. No where to go but up on the defensive side of the ball.

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    Non conference games are (probably):
    vs NAU (not announced yet, but it is very likely given the past schedules alternating every other season)
    @ UNLV
    vs UTSA

    3 more wins right there...but nothing that will help us as far as strength of schedule goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BearDown29 View Post
    Non conference games are (probably):
    vs NAU (not announced yet, but it is very likely given the past schedules alternating every other season)
    @ UNLV
    vs UTSA

    3 more wins right there...but nothing that will help us as far as strength of schedule goes.
    what an awful ooc lineup. I like the road game line up with SC being the toughest game. We lose to UO and UCLA at home as I think UCLA will be the class of the south next year.

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    The good thing to think is that in a few years we will be the class of the south

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palpalife View Post
    Pac-12 schedule for next year.

    Home: ORE, UCLA, UTAH, WSU.

    Away: ASU, CAL, COLO, USC, WASH

    Miss: Oregon State, Stanford

    My initial take: I see several winnable road games next year.
    Yes. Finally.
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    9-3. Bear Down.

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    I'm thankful for catching UCLA at home. I have a feeling they will be pretty dangerous again next year.

    Washington is always tough at home (ala Stanford and Oregon State this year).

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    nice schedule is WVU still a possible opener?
    Last edited by misterx; 11-29-2012 at 08:43 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misterx View Post
    nice schedule is WVU still a possible opener?
    NAU is our opener.

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    i'm really thinking we can improve on what we did this year even with the loss of scott. I really believe our qb next year will do just fine or even do very well. I think isham or solo will be at the helm and we will have a very nice recieving core. Some really needed additions to the D.

    i think we can 2 losses.

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    If the last four games are anything to go by, you can mark the ASU game down as a win.

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