Creating Ideal All-Pac-12 Team to Beat an All-SEC Team

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Creating Ideal All-Pac-12 Team to Beat an All-SEC Team
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QB Marcus Mariota

It's time to put on our dream hats and imagine a scenario where you could put together a game that featured the Pac-12's very best against an all-star SEC team.

It's not a scenario that's going to happen anytime soon, but think of the ratings, not to mention the countless storylines. Would the big bad SEC still stand tall like it has at the end of so many seasons in recent memory? Or would the Pac-12 rise up, answer the challenge and make a statement to the rest of the sport?

For the purposes of this exercise, we're going with both a semi-traditional lineup on offense and defense. That means one running back, three receivers, a tight end tasked with scoring points and a defense in a 4-3 formation.

You could probably take a gander back at the All-Pac-12 teams from 2013 and find a number of players on this list but remember that in some cases, all-around best isn't the same as best for facing the SEC.

Take a look through our ideal All-Pac-12 team for facing an All-SEC squad.


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