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SEASON IN REVIEW: PART II
December 7, 2005

SCS.comIn a season full of all the usual ups and downs, the west coast yielded some nice surprises and a few sad disappointments. Arizona State had a great chance early on in the season to up-end the might LSU Tigers but let it slip away and finished the season unranked. Oregon, on the other hand, managed to pull a few key wins out of the bucket and make to the Holiday Bowl.

As this season winds down, we look back and see that maybe some of the teams we expected to do well might not have done as well as some that we predicted would finish near the bottom. To me, parody is the greatest part of college football. The fact that anyone can beat anybody on any day makes the game more fun and exciting for the fans. And bowl season is just around the corner providing more football experience around the holidays for all of us to enjoy, so sit back and enjoy the ride.

Biggest Team Success

Oregon – A team that won just five games a year ago, Oregon came back in a big way and made it to the Holiday Bowl. They no doubt benefited from an easier schedule than last year, but they’ll take it.

Biggest Team Flop

California - Coming out to a 5-0 start, Cal finished losing four of their last six. An offense led by QB Joe Ayoob was anemic at times although the team's worst problem was its inability to keep anyone out of their endzone.

Biggest Individual Success

Matt Leinart, Southern Cal – Coming off of a Heisman season, one would have expected Leinhart to go into the proverbial Heisman curse. But the senior showed no signs of depreciation this year, as he was able to lead the Trojans to yet another title game appearance.

Worst Individual Performance

Stanford’s Running Backs - Stanford failed all year to have a tailback register even 300 yards. For Walt Harris’ team to be successful, they will have to exhibit some balance in the future.

Coach of the Year

Mike Bellotti, Oregon - Bellotti took his Ducks from five wins a year ago to a berth in the Holiday Bowl this season.

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