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Thu., Sept. 6, 2012, 8 a.m.

Pac-12 pick ‘em, Week 2

As we enter the second week of our Pac-12 picks contest, we'll recap the first week's standings and list the second week's games below.

As usual, all picks -- both straight up and against the spread -- must be submitted before any games are played.

WEEK 1 RESULTS (Straight up / Against the spread)

Transman (9-2 / 4-4)

ThaiCoug (9-2 / 4-4)

RobE (8-3 / 3-5)

Northern_Kid2 (9-2 / 6-2)

sayulitacoug12 (9-2 / 3-5)

Zabelator (8-3 / 5-3)

Spokanecoug (8-3 / 5-3)

cougs4ever (8-3 / 4-4)

Samsinite (8-2 / 3-4 -- you forgot to pick the Arizona/Toledo game)

ECoug01 (8-3 / 3-5)

JFULLING (9-2 / 6-2)

SpectreCoug (9-2 / 5-3)

JCoug (8-3 / 4-4)

DPort (8-3 / 2-6)


And I went 10-1 straight-up and 4-4 against the spread. That puts me atop the leaderboard in the straight-up category, leading a group of six who are tied for second with a 9-2 record.

But against the spread, Northern_Kid2 and JFULLING are in the lead after a 6-2 showing.

Be sure to make your picks each week in order to be included in the standings. You must have a minimum of 10 weeks worth of picks to be counted when all is said and done.

Now, on to this week's games. All lines are from as of Wednesday afternoon.


Utah at Utah State (Utah by 7.5)


Southern Utah at California (no line)

Sacramento State at Colorado (no line)

Eastern Washington at Washington State (no line)

USC at Syracuse (USC by 26)

Wisconsin at Oregon State (Wisconsin by 7)

Fresno State at Oregon (Oregon by 35)

Washington at LSU (LSU by 23.5)

Nebraska at UCLA (Nebraska by 5.5)

Illinois at Arizona State (ASU by 3.5)

Oklahoma State at Arizona (OSU by 10.5)

Duke at Stanford (Stanford by 15)

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