Last week we gave you our thoughts on which Pac-12 team might be the surprise squad to knock off either USC or Oregon.
Kevin Gemmell went with Utah, citing the favorable schedule, the health of quarterback Jordan Wynn and a stout defense that should be tops in the conference.
Ted Miller went with Cal. He's banking on a solid season from quarterback Zach Maynard and a ton of young talent on defense stepping up and breaking through.
Miller also gave you a video on why Oregon State will be a surprise team, though it probably isn't ready to contend for a conference title yet.
Did we overlook someone?
How about Washington in the North? Keith Price headlines what should be an extremely potent offensive attack.
What about Stanford? Good front seven on defense, good running game, top-flight recruits coming in. Can the Cardinal breakthrough in the post Andrew Luck era?
There seems to be a lot of buzz about what Jim Mora is doing at UCLA. Might the Bruins get up to speed and shock some people?
While Oregon and USC are the popular picks, which team do you think could be there instead?