Pac-12 vs. Big 12 Bowl Games: Claiming Conference Dominance

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Pac-12 vs. Big 12 Bowl Games: Claiming Conference Dominance
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The ESPN conference bloggers published their debates today on each conference's main opponent in the bowl games. Because they have three bowl games against each other, the Pac-12 and the Big 12 were paired off.

After some quibbling, Ted Miller (defending the Pac-12) predicted only one Pac-12 team would win in their match-up with the Big 12, while David Ubben (for the Big 12) claimed the Big 12 would sweep every bowl game against the Pac-12.

The games they were referring to are the Oklahoma State-Stanford Fiesta Bowl showdown, the Baylor-Washington Alamo Bowl and the California-Texas Holiday Bowl.

In the debate, however, several facts were glossed over (I assume for brevity's sake) that demonstrate how each Pac-12 team is very evenly matched with its Big-12 foe. Each team has at least one facet of their play that can change the tide of the game. 

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