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Pac-12 Championship Odds

Last season, despite losing quarterback Andrew Luck to the NFL, the Stanford Cardinal ended Oregon's three year reign as conference champion. This year the Ducks have a new head coach in Mark Helfrich, but they are expected to return to the top of the Pac-12 heap. The latest Pac-12 Championship Odds from 5Dimes have Oregon, which returns 15 starters from last season's 12-1 team, listed as a +190 favorite to win the league. The aforementioned Cardinal are drawing +480 odds as a second choice while Lane Kiffin's USC Trojans are a third pick at +600 odds ($100 wins $600).

As far as the Pac-12 Divisions are concerned, obviously the Ducks are the favorite to win the North given their top dog status to take the conference. Oregon is getting a -105 line to capture its second division title in three years. Stanford is, again, a second pick to Oregon at +260 odds.

The Trojans are the top choice to win the South at +230 odds, but the race in that division is expected to be a tighter one with UCLA and Arizona sitting at +255 and +305 odds, resepctively.

Pac-12 Championship Odds -

Oregon Ducks +190
Stanford Cardinal +480
USC Trojans +600
UCLA Bruins +700
Arizona Wildcats +850
Oregon State Beavers +1050
Arizona State Sun Devils +1100
Washington Huskies +1500
Utah Utes +2600
California Golden Bears +6000
Washington State Cougars +6000
Colorado Buffaleos +20000

Pac-12 North Odds -

Oregon Ducks -105
Stanford Cardinal +260
Oregon State Beavers +500
Washington Huskies +700
California Golden Bears +2500
Washington State Cougars +2500

Pac-12 South Odds -

USC Trojans +230
UCLA Bruins +255
Arizona Wildcats +305
Arizona State Sun Devils +410
Utah Utes +950
Colorado Buffaloes +7000

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