Discussion in 'OTHER SPORTS Forum' started by uscvball, Apr 28, 2019.
Think it was the condoms. Same difference tho
it's funny, I've always hated ucla and especially usc, then they split our conference,.. they're in the south division, we're in the north,.. it's a different feel now, I only hate em if we play them.
That's because you don't have permanent cross-divisional opponents. In the SEC because Alabama insists on playing Tennessee every year all teams have to play one of the teams in the other division annually. We got stuck with Florida as our permanent east opponent even though there is no big historical rivalry.
Oh my, are you in trub.
I was being nice.
I figured she'd done been in for the ninja slap. Perhaps I miscalculated
this is how it works for us;
.....every team wants to play in L.A. as often as possible for recruiting reasons
.....when the Pac expanded, the four Oregon and Washington schools would not agree to adding Utah and Colorado to the north, thinking that'd make us the weak sister division
..... Cal and Stanford would agree to join the north only if, they played both ucla/usc every year
..... every year all teams play every team in their division, and rotate playing the teams in the other division
..... the four Oregon and Washington schools play a two year home/away with either usc or ucla
for example,.. the Ducks played ucla last year, they will play usc in socal this year and again in Eugene in '20, Oregon won't play ucla again until '21,.. we play a 9 conference game schedule,.. 5 in our division, one against a socal school,.. and 3 against the pac-south. This means every year we don't play one of the other south teams,.. again home/away format,.. last two years we skipped colorado, next two years we skip utah, etc.
it's good and simple as pi