Utes picked 3rd in Pac-12 South

LOS ANGELES - FILE: Reggie Bush #5 of the USC Trojans prays in the middle of the field before the game against the California Golden Bears on October 9, 2004 at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California. It was reported that the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) announced that it has stripped the University of Southern California of its football national championship in 2004, a repercussion tied to the ineligibility of former Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush June 6, 2011. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)

Utah football was picked to finish 3rd in its inaugural season in the Pac-12 South.

SC, who can't technically win the South, was picked first, with Arizona State tabbed at second. The Utes received four first-place votes. 

Oregon was selected to win the Pac-12 title, with Stanford and the Sun Devils the other two picks. 

The Utes will open Pac-12 play against SC the second week of the season and host Arizona State on Oct. 28th.

The entire results after the jump...

Preseason Media Poll
North Division South Division
1. Oregon (29) 239 1. USC (24) 230
2. Stanford (13) 220 2. Arizona State (13) 207
3. Washington 142 3. Utah (4) 170
4. Oregon State 120 4. Arizona (1) 140
5. California 110 5. UCLA 89
6. Washington State 51 6. Colorado 46

PAC-12 TITLE GAME CHAMPION:
Oregon (28 votes)
Others receiving votes: Stanford (11), Arizona State (3)

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