The Crimson Seer's<BR>Pac-10 Picks: week 12
WASHINGTON (8-2, 6-2) at MIAMI (9-0, 6-0-Big East)
A glimmer of light in this post-applecuptic world: if the Dogs beat the Big Least champs, I may wind up beaching it in San Diego as opposed to throwing darts with the border patrol in El Pasodena. Think I'll fly down with the Dogs and chant "Whose plane? Canes plane!" the entire way.
CALIFORNIA (0-10, 0-8) at RUTGERS (2-8, 0-7-Big East)
Ice that champagne and load that bong, Berkeley fans! "Long Gone" Holmoe may be heading down that lonely highway of deposed Golden Pear coaches, but not before he stomps all over some Scarlet Knight ass!
PICK: Golden Bears
NOTRE DAME (4-5-Big Catholic) at STANFORD (7-2,6-2)
Only down on the Farm could a team worry about looking past Notre Dame in anticipation of playing the San Jose State Spartans.
I used to be a huge Fighting Irish fan. I used to watch Baywatch, wear a mullet, and drink beer for breakfast, too. Some things you just grow out of (sorry if I offended any Oregon State fans.)
ARIZONA (4-6, 1-6) at ARIZONA STATE (4-5,1-5)
Remember on the original Gilligan's Island theme song they mentioned Gilligan, the Skipper, the Movie Star, the Millionaire, and his Wife, but referred to the Professor and Mary Ann as "the rest?" Now you know how the Zona schools feel.
PICK: Sun Devils
Last week: 2-2
Year to date: 42-15
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