Even though it's a really good school and its a 0-6 and not a 2-4 program, I would not be willing to get out of school with a big fat 125k in loans to pay off. A rule of thumb is that your loans should not be more than your first expected salary out of pharmacy school.
I have the same goal as you, to become a pharmacist. My plan is to go to a local university, where I will be paying close to nothing because of the aid they offer, for my first 2 years of pre pharmacy. Then, I will apply to a 4-yr Pharm D program. Even though they are competitive, there are about 6 of them in my state so I am bound to get into at least one of them.
Congrats on getting in by the way! Whatever decision you make, it'll be a good one. It doesn't matter how you get there, what matters is that you will eventually get there.