Dan Lanning Shares Harsh Words for Colorado Leaving the Pac-12

The Pac-12 is losing its momentum, or maybe it’s not. Maybe the conference is just losing a few teams and they’ll become the Pac-9. Maybe, they’ll stay the Pac-12 and add a few teams once that deal is done. Earlier this week, the University of Colorado announced that they were jumping ship back to the Big 12. The Pacific conference is still working to find a TV deal. The conference has already seen UCLA and USC leave. Though, none of that matters for Dan Lanning and the Ducks, who aren’t phased by Colorado leaving.

“Not a big reaction. I’m trying to remember what they won to affect this conference and I don’t remember.”

Do you remember them winning anything? I don’t remember them winning anything.”

Dan Lanning has a good point, since rejoining the Pac-12 in 2011, the Colorado Buffaloes have had only one winning season. That was in 2016, when they went 10-4. Though, the only thing that matters to Buffaloes fans is the one win they got last season over Cal. If you count it there was a 4-2 ledger during the COVID-19 pandemic season in 2020. So, maybe two winning seasons. That’s still not a lot in a 12-year span.

There’s a reason why Lanning can be so confident. That’s because while the Pac-12 is still waiting for a new deal on the TV side, Lanning signed an extension deal with the Ducks. Oregon and Colorado are set to play each other this season on September 23rd.

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