Chip the Buffalo took to social media to weigh in on Davis Webb breaking his non-binding agreement to come to Boulder.
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The Week 1 slate is a veritable smorgasbord, with bluebloods in Texas and football in Sydney. Here's the most pressing storyline for each Pac-12 team.
Which Pac-12 schools are likely to feature a 1,000-yard rusher in 2016? Oregon, Stanford, USC and Washington are among the strong bets.
It's a West Coast conundrum: If a player turns in the most outstanding season in the nation, but his games are played while much of the country is sleeping, can he win the Heisman Trophy?
The Texas Tech transfer's decision is an instant boost to a team needing to replace Jared Goff. Colorado, meanwhile, is left feeling scorned.
Former Texas Tech QB Davis Webb, after a change of heart, has decided to transfer to Cal instead of Colorado.
Likely the most intriguing game nationally in Week 1, USC will face defending national champion Alabama in Arlington, Texas, on Sept. 3.
USC is an early 10-point underdog to Alabama and the Apple Cup is a pick'em in some early Pac-12 odds.
Unsuprisingly, Oregon's stable of receivers is among the deepest in the nation, but the Ducks have considerable competition in Washington State.
There are several new coordinators in the Pac-12. Brady Hoke might be the one to make the most immediate impact. He also faces the most pressure.
Three Pac-12 teams have backfields that should be among the nation's best in 2016.
Stanford and Oregon have dominated the Pac-12 North since the conference expanded, but that trend could begin changing this season.
Washington and Washington State won't be lacking leadership and talent at QB, with Jake Browning and Luke Falk returning to their respective schools.
Is a Pac-16 possible?
In the spirit of conference expansion chatter, our Ryan McGee has an idea. He shook up the Pac-12, added four teams and juggled divisions to help create a more balanced CFB map. Which teams are in the new North and the new South? Flipping the field
This week's Pac-12 mailbag considers possible expansion, the state of the California Golden Bears and how the conference fared in the NFL draft.
Matt Schick, Adam Rittenberg and Heather Dinich talk to Cal's Sonny Dykes about the excitement over Jared Goff, replacing the QB, the difficulty of the Pac-12 schedule & more.
Stanford and Washington are in the best shape of any conference teams, but most of the others are off to slow starts.
Can Cal compete well with tough slate?
The Golden Bears have a tough trip in non-conference play when they travel all the way to Australia to face Hawaii. But the real meat of the schedule isn't reached until the calendar flips to November. Toughest schedules (Insider)
A look at the top five breakout players this spring in the Pac-12, a list that includes two early enrollee's, a Stanford wideout and two defenders.
The Pac-12 didn't see the draft results it had anticipated, which should add to what is expected to be a downcast mood at the league's meetings.
Goff will be first once again
Not only was Jared Goff the first player taken in the NFL draft, but the Rams' No. 1 pick will also be the only Class of 2016 quarterback to start in Week 1. Ten draft takeaways
Highlights: Kenny Lawler
The Seahawks added another weapon in Round 7, taking the former Cal wide receiver. Check out some of Lawler's best highlights.
Highlights: Daniel Lasco
The Saints added a diminutive, shifty weapon in Round 7, taking the Cal running back. Check out some of Lasco's best highlights.
Highlights: Trevor Davis
The Packers added another offensive weapon in Round 5, taking the former Cal wide receiver. Check out some of Davis' best highlights.