Written by Dave Dulberg, USC blog contributor
In case yesterday's post didn't hammer home the message, Pac-12 blogger Ted Miller of ESPN.com (for the second straight day), has afforded USC supporters an opportunity to once again bask in the Era of Good Feeling more commonly referred to as the Pac-10's 33-year history.
Miller decided to rank the All-Time Greatest Teams during the the conference's three-decade-plus run, and it's no surprise the Trojans are once again more than well represented.
The USC football (photo via AP) teams to make this parting Top 12 list include: the 2004 AP National Champions (No.2), the 2003 Co-National Champions (No.3), the 2005 National Championship Runner-up (No.4), the 1978 Coaches' Poll National Champions (No.5), the 1979 National Championship Runner-up (No.6).
While the Cardinal and Gold ran away from the field in terms of the All-Time Great Teams, the 1991 National Champion Washington Huskies were rated the No.1 team in Pac-10 history. The 2000 Huskies also came at No.11.
ASU (1996), Oregon (2001 and 2010) and Oregon State (2000) also made the list.