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Aug082009

Why Isn't The Pac-10 Doing This?

The Pac-10 should promote a meaningless but interesting competition within the regular season that goes as follows:

Call it the California Cup and the Northwest Cup.  Since the conference now plays round-robin, the team(s) with the best intracup record gets some kind of recognition and conference money donated to a charity of their choice.

The California cup would obviously pit USC, UCLA, Cal and Stanford against each other while the Northwest Cup would see Washington, Washington State, Oregon and Oregon State battle.  Apologies to the Arizona schools but as we already know, they have the prestigious Territorial Cup already established.

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    the California Cup and the Northwest Cup are the most famous competition cup in the country. The winner team in the last year have some weakness in their team work athough they have some match winner players. I appreciate the winner team this year. The success behind the match is their ...

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There might not be a formal Northwest Cup, but don't think that fans of the four schools up here don't notice who wins the unofficial one every year. Proud to say it was Oregon last year.
August 12, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterBob Jones

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