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2016 Pac-12 win projections: S&P+ sees a Washington-UCLA title game

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Full 2016 S&P+ projections and win probabilities for the Pac-12.

NCAA Football: Pac-12 Championship Game-Southern California vs Stanford Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The final 2016 S&P+ projections are complete, but since I teased the idea of win probabilities in the primary SB Nation post, I wanted to use Study Hall as a repository for total win projections. Below you’ll find odds of each possible given record (overall and conference-only) for each team in the Pac-12. Enjoy.

Pac-12 total win projections

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Pac-12 win projections

Pac-12 conference-play win projections

Pac-12 projected conference wins

Your North division favorites: Washington, Oregon, Stanford. They’re all within 0.5 wins of the top in projected conference wins. And nobody else is within 2.4.

Your South division favorites: UCLA and USC. S&P+ likes the Trojans more but likes the Bruins’ schedule much more. And Utah’s the only other team within shouting distance.

Your national title contenders: Washington and UCLA. They’re the only teams with at least a 10% chance of finishing 11-1 or better, though that might be splitting hairs—Oregon’s at 9.1%. (And yes, I would still personally trust Stanford over any of these teams. That schedule’s a bear, though.)