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Will the Pac-12 have the last laugh in the TV money battle after all?

Also, let’s check in on the likely site of the ACC Championship and Ed Orgeron’s chances of landing the full-time LSU job. USC and Oregon are flailing, so Friday night’s Stanford-Washington game will almost certainly determine the Pac-12’s strongest Playoff candidate. The Cardinal’s 2015 Pac-12 title came with two losses, bumping the league out of the Playoff. Unlike other conferences (like the one centered around Texas) who engaged in large public self-examinations following Playoff snubs, the Pac-12 looked at ‘15, decided it was confident in its approach of aggressive non-conference scheduling and a nine game conference slate, and sat tight.
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