McLaughlin: Pac-12 Football Title Contenders in 2022


Posted on August 2, 2022





  By Spencer McLaughlin of Locked on Pac-12 for SuperWest Sports

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Oregon Football’s 10-win season in 2022 did not yield the postseason results that Duck fans were hoping for, but the good news is they should be Conference contenders once again.

At Pac-12 media days over the weekend, the media members picked Oregon second to Utah in the Pac-12 in 2022. Who else could contend for a conference crown along with the Ducks?

On today’s episode of Locked On Ducks, I’m joined by Max Torres (@mtorressports) to talk about the weekend’s Pac-12 media days and his biggest takeaways after covering the Ducks down in Los Angeles.

George Kliavkoff took a decisive and aggressive tone when answering questions and talking about the prospect of further conference realignment.

Though it’s encouraging to see the commissioner willing to fight for the Pac-12 and take attacks on it personally, he is not in a position to stop Oregon from leaving IF an offer came from a superior league.

Oregon Ducks Logo Pac-12Dan Lanning continues to check boxes in a good way as Oregon’s head coach, showing himself to be poised while speaking with excited energy when talking about the program.

Oregon’s roster is one of the best in the Pac-12, and that coupled with the expectations of competing for conference championships mean a high bar should be set for his first year by Oregon fans.

Can they get over the hump against Utah and/or have another 10-win season?

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