Andrew Luck might be the headliner, but Stanford's run of success this century goes much, much deeper than the Cardinal's star quarterback.
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Where do all the teams in the Pac-12 fall in Phil Steele's national ranking of the most "experienced" two-deeps?
Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey headlines Pro Football Focus' list of the 101 best college football players.
You know Christian McCaffrey, Josh Rosen and the Pac-12's biggest names heading into 2016. But who are the fringe players that will need to take a huge step forward this year for each team?
From LeBron James to Will Ferrell, from Katy Perry to President George H.W. Bush, here are the top celebrity fans for each of our top 25 teams.
Which are the best three-player offensive units in the nation? The answers encompass three of last season's playoff teams, several Heisman favorites and some others that might surprise you.
Which Pac-12 alumni could we envision strolling the sideline as a coach someday in the future?
There seemingly is no end to the talents of Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey, who has added harmonica soloist to his repertoire.
There are the familiar faces like Stanford's Christian McCaffrey, and then there are newcomers like Oregon quarterback Dakota Prukop. Who are the Pac-12's other most important people?
The Conference of Quarterbacks has seen much of its talent depart. There's plenty of questions and potential left over.
Stanford hopes to start off its 2016 season better than it started off 2015. So what should the Cardinal expect from opening opponent Kansas State?
Yes, Stanford has to find a new starting quarterback this season, but the biggest challenge might be finding replacements on the defensive side.
Pac-12 contenders Stanford and USC both face the Fighting Irish this upcoming season.
It's that part of the year when everybody is dreaming of the CFP. So what better time to offer up the single reason why each top 25 team could, should and will make a January title run?
Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer
Stanford announced it will play at Boston College in 2028 and host the Eagles the following year. The teams have not played since 2002 and have split their four all-time meetings.
It may be Pac-12's year for Playoff spot
Stanford has Christian McCaffrey back but lost its QB and most of the O-line. USC has just one new starter on offense -- but it's the QB. Oregon may again rely on an FCS transfer under center. But none of these teams are who Brad Edwards picked. Predicting the four CFP semifinalists
Most people aren't concerned about who a team's backup quarterback is -- that is, until te starter gets hurt. So what's the backup plan in the Pac-12?
Can McCaffrey stiff-arm competition?
Christian McCaffrey placed second in last year's Heisman Trophy balloting to Derrick Henry, who left for the NFL. Mark Schlabach still has the Stanford running back second in his early listing for the 2016 hardware. Heisman hopefuls
Spoiler alert: What you're about to read is a 100 percent, completely-accurate-even-though-the-season-hasn't-started look at how the 2016 All-American team will look. (You're welcome.)
Which players are dark horses for first- or second-team All-Pac-12 honors this season?
Defending national champion Alabama faces a treacherous path back to the College Football Playoff. One three-game stretch, in particular, is the most difficult of any team in the nation.
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