@Two For FlinchingThere are 2 major flaws in that way of
thinking:1) I am referring to the Pac-12's success in football
and men's basketball, the only college sports that attract a big audience.
Congrats to the Pac-12 for winning the women's swimming/diving national
title or whatever sport it may have been, but I don't really care about
that, and most other people would agree with me. So listing total national
titles in all sports is irrelevant.2) I don't care about any of
the titles that happened in the 1910's, 1920's, etc. Guess what? Army
and Princeton were two of the best football teams in the nation a long time ago.
It means nothing now. Kind of like how utah fans brag about winning the overall
series against BYU, failing to realize that they racked up a huge lead a long
time ago. Looking at the modern era, BYU has the advantage. Sure, utah has the
advantage in the very recent years. It all depends on what time period you look
at. And the Pac-12 has been bad at winning football/basketball titles in recent
@ JSwaggDaddyThe PAC-12 has 469 total national titles as a
conference. It's over 200 more than the next closest, which is the BIG-10
with 266. Also 2014 marked the 13th time in the last 14 years the conference
has led or tied all leagues in NCAA championships won, with 10 total.UCLA - 111Stanford - 105USC - 100California - 33Oregon
- 26ASU - 23Colorado - 22Utah - 20Arizona - 18Washington - 6Oregon St. - 3Washington St. 2The PAC-12
is the Conference of Champions. The numbers don't lie.
"The last three seasons, at least one Big Sky team has knocked off a Pac-12
team:"So much for the Pac-12 being the conference of
champions.In addition, the Pac-12 hasn't won a national title
since 2004. The Big 12, ACC and SEC have won a title more recently.Well, at least a Pac-12 team manages to win the Pac-12 title every year. Maybe
that's where this whole "Conference of Champions" comes from. I
can't think of anywhere else that they win titles.