If Utah football beats Colorado on Saturday, the Utes will have gone undefeated in Pac-12 South games. Yet they still won't win the division. How is that possible?

By Andy Staples
November 23, 2016

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How can Utah not win the Pac-12 South when a victory over Colorado on Saturday would mean the Utes went undefeated in divisional games? This would be a better gripe if Utah had drawn a particularly brutal slate of cross-divisional matchups rather than dropping winnable games to mediocre North Division teams.

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Why aren't there more food-based rivalry trophies in college football? Who else should follow the lead of UAB and Memphis's Battle for the Bones and play for a bronze trophy of a regional delicacy?

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