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11-12-2012, 07:04 PM #1
2012 NCAA Guess the Score - Week 12Game Date / Time:
November 17, 2012
[#18] USC Trojans (7-3) @ [#17] UCLA Bruins (8-2)
Game to be played @ The Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA
50 cc for Each Game
1000 cc to the Season Long Winner
Read the GTS rules here. Deadline to enter: November 17, 2012 @ 11:05am EST.
A couple of quick notes:
You must have your guesses posted and any edits made to your post ONE HOUR BEFORE KICKOFF.
Kickoff times will be posted above, each week.
All games will be Saturday games.
The standings will be organized by CC won total. Each week will have just one winner, and one 50 CC prize awarded.
CC will be awarded at the end of the contest, not each week.
Please PM me (jrlebert) with any questions or issues.
Good luck everyone!
Standings (to be sorted by CC won):
#1 (tie) - silvernblack (100cc) [Week 6 and Week 10(a) WINNER]
#1 (tie) - pwaldo (100cc) [Week 4 and Week 11 WINNER]
#2 (tie) - rtsjr (50cc) [Week 1 WINNER]
#2 (tie) - Chargersfan46 (50cc) [Week 2 WINNER]
#2 (tie) - bouncer (50cc) [Week 3 WINNER]
#2 (tie) - bigballer23 (50cc) [Week 5 WINNER]
#2 (tie) - NU_fan (50cc) [Week 7 WINNER]
#2 (tie) - Devlin (50cc) [Week 8 WINNER]
#2 (tie) - NC30715 (50cc) [Week 9 WINNER]
#2 (tie) - tk10775 (50cc) [Week 10(b) WINNER]
11-12-2012, 07:13 PM #2
This week's game brings us back to the West Coast, for the battle for Los Angeles, USC vs. UCLA. The season has gone in decidedly opposite directions for these two teams, but the proverbial adage is true: Throw out the records when these two teams meet.
Last year, USC absolutely crushed UCLA, 50-0. But what a difference a year makes. Brett Hundley has emerged as a bona fide star under the lights at UCLA, and Jonathan Franklin has been near the top of the nation's rushing leaders since the opening week. UCLA already has wins over two ranked teams, and are actually favored this year, at home, despite the 50-point loss last year.
The struggles for USC have been well documented, but so has the proficiency of their offensive weapons. Marqise Lee has emerged as one of the best, if not THE BEST receiver in the nation. Robert Woods, Silas Redd (if healthy), Curtis McNeal, and Matt Barkley are all next level talents on the offensive side, and it appears USC has shored up their defensive woes from a few weeks earlier vs. Oregon.
This game is much bigger than it seems. The winner effectively wins the Pac-12 South, earning a spot in the Pac-12 Championship game. If the BCS title game features Oregon, the winner of this game should be picked for the Rose Bowl. Will USC continue their dominance over the Bruins, or will UCLA turn the tables on the Trojans?
11-12-2012, 07:21 PM #3
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11-13-2012, 12:43 PM #6
trojans 35 - 21Hidden Content - udeckcoll
11-13-2012, 03:15 PM #7
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11-13-2012, 06:22 PM #8
Usc 48 Ucla 21Always Looking for Doug Martin, Robert Turbin, Russell Wilson, Andrew Luck, Bo Jackson or Tim Brown
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11-13-2012, 06:26 PM #9
Ucla 31-27Click banner for tradelist
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11-14-2012, 01:36 AM #10