PULLMAN — After another week of heavy churn in the Pac-12 it’s apparent that the conference has achieved a level of parity that may be unmatched in college football. While this has made it more difficult for teams to rack up double-digit wins, the conference has earned enough national respect that perhaps they don’t need to.
Stanford couldn’t take care of business against the Utes, who were unable to get past Arizona, which was thrashed by the Huskies. In other years, this sort of chaos might be indicative of a dearth of credible teams in the conference. But this season it is due to a surfeit of talent and good coaching.