Which Pac-12 player drafted in the first round will be most successful? Should Myles Jack have stayed in school? We have the answers.
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Four Pac-12 players were taken in the first round of the NFL draft Thursday. Here are 10 more who could come off the board Friday on Day 2.
Look for defensive tackle Lowell Lotulelei and safety Marcus Williams to play key roles again for the Utes.
Utah needs to settle on a quarterback relatively soon, but at this point the fight is too close to call.
Too early to consider the 2017 NFL draft? Never. Here are 10 Pac-12 players to watch this season with an eye toward the next level.
Oregon, USC and UCLA are at the head of the Pac-12 class in spring game attendance.
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Utah coach Kyle Whittingham said that his administration definitely knew he was in favor of satellite camps. "When you take satellite camps away... There are a lot of kids who won't be able to be evaluated like they would otherwise." Closed it up with saying he's not one to be out politicking but that "the only thing that matters is the best interest of the players." Strong statement.
The quarterback competition should be interesting in Utah this summer, after Tyler Huntley played well in the Utes' spring game.
The Utes lost many key contributors from last year's 10-win team and Saturday's scrimmage can go a long way in determining who fills their shoes.
Best guess: Arizona's defense under Marcel Yates is going to end up looking like the base-nickel he ran at Boise State.
Brandon Cox is having a strong spring, showing juco transfer Troy Williams that he will have a battle to be the Utah starter.
Many Pac-12 programs are racing for Tua Tagovailoa while USC, UCLA and Arizona are trying to build for the future.
College coaches haven't been shy about voicing their opinions on the new satellite camp ban. Here's what more than 25 Power 5 coaches had to say about the new rule.
It's important to remember the decision to ban satellite camps wasn't made by anonymous bureaucrats at the NCAA, but by the FBS conferences.
With the spring evaluation period set to begin on April 15, every Pac-12 program holds at least one verbal commitment from a 2017 prospect, though the conference is off to its usual deliberate pace compared to the rest of the country.
Stanford and Oregon have received the most bang for their buck in recruiting during the past five years.
Joe Williams' audition to replace the Utes' star RB began early. HIs work at the end of the season replacing an injured Booker has set high hopes.
Nothing definitive is happening in QB battles, but there are some details filtering out at Arizona State, Cal, USC, Oregon State, Stanford and Utah.
It's tough to bet against Oregon as the Pac-12's best offense since the Ducks have led the conference in scoring every season since 2007.
A reminder that there's still a lot of adorableness happening in the Pac-12's backyard.
Before he's even played a game in a Utah uniform, punter Mitch Wishnowsky is already getting the comparisons to his trail-blazing predecessor.
UCLA, Utah, Stanford and Washington each have an argument to be the top defensive backfield in the Pac-12.
The Pac-12 saw sack numbers tumble in 2015 and loses a number of its leading sackers. But with less experience at QB in 2016, might numbers rebound?
At Utah's spring workouts, early enrollee Tyler Huntley is making sure there will be a three-man competition to replace Travis Wilson.
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