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Pac 10 Predictions: Final Standings

Posted on: January 11, 2009 3:19 pm
I've (finally) tallied up all the results from this past season's prognostications. Since most posters ended up picking a different amount of games, I'm going to present the standing in 2 ways: by total wins, and by winning percentage, so you can use either one. So here they are:


duckbill 66-19

huskyonspeed 64-21

Fresh LA style 43-15

Roundy 37-9

jcoug 35-5

zbarms 26-3

baseballjunkE 10-7

sigvard 6-4

LAwish 5-1

shermboat 4-2

bluebuckeye 4-5

werepsu 2-7


zbarms 26-3 (89.7%)

jcoug 35-5(87.5%)

LAwish 5-1 (83.3%)

Roundy 37-9 (80.4%)

Duckbill 66-19 (77.6%)

huskyonspeed 64-21 (75.3%)

Fresh LA style 43-15 (74.1%)

shermboat 4-2 (66.7%)

sigvard 6-4 (60%)

baseballjunkE 10-7 (58.8%)

bluebuckeye 4-5 (44.4%)

werepsu 2-7 (22.2%)

Congratulations to the winners, and thanks to all who participated. I hope we can do it again next fall!

Category: NCAAF
Tags: Pac 10

Since: Sep 9, 2008
Posted on: January 22, 2009 12:30 pm

Pac 10 Predictions: Final Standings

In case nobody knew, LAwish = Fresh LA Style!

That was me!

LAwish is no longer allowed to post on these forums...

So count mine as 48-16 and win% of 75!

Thanks again husky!

Since: Mar 20, 2008
Posted on: January 20, 2009 8:21 pm

Pac 10 Predictions: Final Standings

Couldn't agree with you more Z!

Thanks for posting this Husky, I know it got tedious at times...especially given our football teams plights this year - Cougars, Huskies, or Seahawks.

Right now I am just hoping Ruskell drafts Michael Crabtree from TTU.


Since: Jan 1, 2007
Posted on: January 14, 2009 5:41 am

Pac 10 Predictions: Final Standings

Thanks for this, it was fun. It helped to keep my mind off of the reality of Cougar football this season. Looking forward to next season. Hopefully the Washington schools will be much improved.

Since: Dec 20, 2006
Posted on: January 13, 2009 1:20 pm

Pac 10 Predictions: Final Standings

  That was fun, looking forward to next season already!

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