Oregon favored to win Pac-12 title in preseason media poll

Wednesday July 23rd, 2014

The University of Oregon was selected as the favorite to win the Pac-12 football title in the preseason media poll.

Oregon received 24 out of 39 votes to win the Pac-12 Championship game. It is the fourth time in five years Oregon has been tabbed the preseason favorite in the Pac-12. UCLA came second in the poll with 13 votes, while Stanford and USC each received one vote.

The Ducks enter the season as nearly unanimous favorites to win the North Division as they garnered 37 out of 39 first place votes, with Stanford accounting for the other two.

More: Florida State, Alabama betting favorites to win national title

Oregon finished last season 11-2 with quarterback Marcus Mariota passing for 3,412 yards and 30 touchdowns.

Stanford won the conference in 2013. 

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