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2015 Schedule
7-6, 4th in Pac 12 - North
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3dTed Miller

Mailbag: Questioning Oregon's 'decline'

There's been some buzz that Oregon is starting to slip, but perception doesn't always equal reality when it comes to Power 5 football.

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7dChantel Jennings

Pac-12 playoff sleeper... Washington?

The hype at Washington is real thanks to an offense led by Jake Browning, Myles Gaskin and Trey Adams.

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7dKC Joyner

Why Washington should be the favorite in Pac-12 North

With a potential Heisman Trophy candidate at running back and one of the few experienced quarterbacks in the Pac-12, Washington is set up to make waves in the College Football Playoff race.

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11dStaff

The Pac-12's 12 most important players in 2016

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?

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14dChris Fallica, Bryan Ives, Sharon Katz and Paul Kinney

Stat burns: Each top 25 team's best number to brag about

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?

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14dChantel Jennings

The replacements: Washington

The Huskies have done well replacing huge names on the defensive side of the ball. Who will step up this season?

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Nine FBS assistants will participate this week in the NCAA Champion Forum, a professional development opportunity for minorities with head-coaching aspirations. They are: Iowa State's Louis Ayeni, Arizona's Tony Dews, Navy's Ivin Jasper, Washington's Jimmy Lake, Indiana's Deland McCullough, South Carolina's Bryan McClendon, Virginia Tech's Galen Scott, Tennessee's Larry Scott and North Carolina's Charlton Warren.

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19dTed Miller

What's the status of Pac-12 backup QBs?

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?

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19dBrad Edwards

The CFP will include ... Washington?

One conference is always left out of the College Football Playoff. Which will it be in 2017? Presenting predictions for the four semifinalists, and a winner, in the 2017 College Football Playoff.

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21dBryan Ives, Sharon Katz and Jason Starrett

Scary, scary stats: Each top 25 team's most daunting metric

June is the time for college football optimism, especially if you're a likely top 25 team. But even the best rosters in the country have a skeleton or two in their statistical closet.

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21dKyle Bonagura

Projecting the Pac-12 standings

How will the Pac-12 football standings look come December? We look at the predictions.

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21dESPN

Pac-12 confidential: Coaches dish on league

How do Pac-12 coaches think the 2016 season will play out? With anonymity assured, they dish on why Christian McCaffrey is even better than you think, Week 1 could be a disaster for USC and more.

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21dMark Schlabach

Bama (still) rules Way-Too-Early Top 25

Does June still count as "Way Too Early" for college football? Our vote: yes. So in Mark Schlabach's updated Way-Too-Early Top 25, Baylor drops out and Tennessee jumps into the top 10.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

There are nearly 400 campers registered for the PrimeTime Polynesian Kumite camp today in Norco, Calif. During the camp's opening remarks, they were told over 60 college coaches were on hand from all parts of the country and it was stressed this is an opportunity for them to get on the recruiting radar or improve their stock. Here are some of the most notable schools that were expected to have coaches and/or staff members in attendance: Arizona, Arizona State, BYU, Colorado, Fresno State, Hawaii, Michigan, Nebraska, Nevada, Notre Dame, Oregon State, San Diego State, UCLA, USC, UNLV, Utah, Vanderbilt, Washington, Washington State

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

The kickoff times and broadcast networks for most of the Pac-12's September games have now been determined.