Pac-12 Season Predictions: Oregon, USC the Favorites, Colorado At the Bottom?

The USC Trojans and Oregon Ducks are the favorites but where do the Colorado Buffaloes land in the Pac-12 season predictions under Deion Sanders?

The Pac-12 season predictions aren’t too kind to a few teams — most noticeably Colorado — but which teams are to be looked out for in 2023? Will USC be lead to the Pac-12 Championship Game by Heisman Trophy winner Caleb Williams?

Pac-12 Season Predictions

As summer approaches and spring practices come to an end across the nation, regular season wins predictions have started to surface. While rosters are still being constructed and fall camps are months away, the predictions for each conference are alive and well.

Sports bettors can get in on the action from around the country. Below are the current odds for projected regular-season wins from each of the SEC football teams.

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Pac-12 Season Prediction – Regular Season Win Totals

  • Arizona – 5.5
  • Arizona State – 4
  • Cal – 4.5
  • Colorado – 3
  • Oregon – 9.5
  • Oregon State – 8
  • Stanford – 3
  • UCLA – 8.5
  • USC – 9.5
  • Utah – 8.5
  • Washington – 9
  • Washington State – 6.5

The first season with Deion Sanders at the helm of the Colorado Buffaloes has already drawn more attention to the Pac-12 brand than ever imagined. As polarizing as Coach Prime is, sports bettors aren’t buying the hype as the Buffs are projected to tie with Stanford for the bottom of the barrel in 2023.

The two-time defensive champion Utah Utes are teetering right on the edge with some familiar foes for the crown — but according to these odds, the Pac-12 Championship Game will feature USC and Oregon.

The Pac-12 returns the top quarterbacks as a whole. Bo Nix returning to Oregon, Michael Penix Jr. returning to Washington, Cam Ward returning to Washington State, Cam Rising returning to Utah all pale in comparison to USC returning the reigning Heisman Trophy winner in Caleb Williams.

This conference should be as close as ever and with Coach Prime leading the media circus, that is to be expected. The Pac-12 After Dark window should be as fun as ever.

College Football Network will have more on season predictions, including a game-by-game look from every single team this summer.