The Pac-12 does not own a victory over any teams ranked in this week’s Associated Press Top 25 poll. And is actually 0-2 with both losses to San Diego State, including last weekend’s loss by Stanford (above). It’s 0-5 if you include teams receiving votes. I talked about this in my column today because the Pac-12 needs quality wins.
USC’s first three victories are over teams who are a combined 3-6. Washington’s first three opponents are 4-5. But it’s worse than it sounds because the Huskies played Montana, an FCS team. To its credit USC (and UCLA) has never played an FCS team.