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Block U Pac-12 Picks: Week 7

Only four Pac-12 games this week, and Shane has jumped ahead with his record of 39-9 on the season.

Wazzu going to Stanford kicks off the Pac-12 slate for week seven.
Wazzu going to Stanford kicks off the Pac-12 slate for week seven.
Otto Greule Jr

After a week of pure madness, not just around the country, but in the Pac-12 as well, some teams in the conference look to rebound, but I don't expect the madness to slow down anytime soon. This week around the Pac-12, it is all conference games, with a couple games that could have major division title implications.

The biggest matchup is between Oregon and UCLA in the Rose Bowl. Both coming off losses, this is a major game for both teams to stay in the playoff conversation, as well as the Pac-12 championship race. I'm the only one picking UCLA, but I see Oregon's offensive line being a serious liability, and with Myles Jack and Eric Kendricks I think the Bruins will get to Marcus Marriota often. I also think USC will get Arizona, as does Alex. I believe Arizona has been dodging some bullets so far this season, and it's bound to catch up with them, and the talent of the Trojans is what can stop the Wildcats perfect season. Steven goes out and picks Washington to beat Cal, but I just don't see Washington having the firepower to keep up offensively with Cal.  And the majority picks Stanford to beat WSU, I just think Stanford is too tough defensively for Washington State and will hold down the Cougars.

Here are our picks for this week:

WSU @ Stanford Oregon @ UCLA Washington @ Cal USC @ Arizona

Shane Stanford UCLA Cal USC

Steven WSU Oregon Washington Arizona

Adia Stanford Oregon Cal Arizona

Alex Stanford Oregon Cal USC

Daniel WSU Oregon Cal Arizona


It all kicks off tonight with WSU taking on Stanford in Palo Alto at the Farm, and it's now a race to see which two teams will meet at Levi's Stadium in the Pac-12 Championship Game.

What are your picks? Do you see any upsets this week in the Pac-12? Let us know below!