A change at the top in Troy, the Ducks making a recruiting push and a hot new look in the desert are just a few of the top storylines in the Pac-12 this week.
The Pac-12 brought in $374 million in total revenue during the last fiscal year, the most of any Power 5 conference.
The UCLA Bruins' offensive line showed improvement last season and returns all five starters.
Mark Helfrich must somehow replace last year’s Heisman winner, QB Marcus Mariota, who accounted for 64 percent of the Ducks’ total offense.
Both the Ducks and Beavers must venture outside of their state for talent, but must pay attention to home prospects as well, of course.
Ranking each team's wide receiver unit in the Pac-12 after spring ball suggests that the Los Angeles schools seemingly hold court.
QB prospect Woody Barrett is scheduled to announcement June 3 at 1:30 p.m. ET.
Ranking each Pac-12 team's running back unit after the conclusion of spring ball, a ranking that has the defending conference champs in front.
Here's a quick rundown of the official Twitter handles and instagram accounts for the Pac-12 football programs.
Oakland Opening regional shows off depth at defensive back, wide receiver and defensive line; early commits on OL make uncommitted OL hot commodity.
USC gets the nod at No. 1, narrowly edging Cal, thanks to the immense improvement made by Cody Kessler in 2014.
The Oakland Opening represented one of the final opportunities for prospects across the country to compete for an invitation to The Opening Finals.
Defensive backs head coach Eugene Jackson called it the best group of defensive backs they've seen at any of this year's Opening Regional events.
The West region's elite talent will have an opportunity to assert itself this Sunday, as the Nike Opening Regionals returns to California.
Departure of Bob De Carolis at Oregon State will impact university.
The No. 107 player in the ESPN 300 and No. 11 in California expects to receive offers from Oregon and Texas A&M this week.