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July 22, 2009 under College Football

The conference that’s been USC and the other nine for the last seven years may actually have a new resident at the top of pac10-the standings this season. USC football coach Pete Carroll will be faced with replacing what seemed like half of the first round of the NFL draft while many of his PAC TEN rivals head into the season with uncertain situations at Quarterback. Can Washington crack the win column after an 0-12 season? Will Rick Neuheisel and Norm Chow be able to reverse UCLA’s offensive doldrums? If USC doesn’t win, who will? Check out our PAC TEN Football Preview.

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