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2015 Schedule
7-6, 4th in Pac 12 - North
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5dChris Low and Adam Rittenberg

The heat is on: Ten games with the highest stakes in 2016

Some will have playoff implications. Some feature a team that needs to finally shut up its rival. Others might save a coach's job. Here are the games that have a little extra meaning in 2016.

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Washington names Cohen AD on permanent basis

Washington has named Jennifer Cohen as its new athletic director after she served as the interim athletic director following Scott Woodward's departure for Texas A&M.

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7dKevin Gemmell

Projecting the Pac-12's 1,000-yard rushers

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.

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7dErik McKinney

Sights and sounds: The Opening Oakland

Uncommitted QB Jack Sears took center stage in Northern California and nine earned invitations to The Opening Finals.

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10dDavid Lombardi

Toughest stretch: Washington

The Huskies' hopes of being contenders in the Pac-12 North will be determined by games against Stanford and Oregon in consecutive weeks.

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12dKevin Gemmell

Ranking the Pac-12's Week 1 games

Likely the most intriguing game nationally in Week 1, USC will face defending national champion Alabama in Arlington, Texas, on Sept. 3.

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18dTravis Haney

CFB's 10 biggest spring breakout stars

Rosters generally begin to take shape after spring practice, and several players in high-profile programs helped themselves, and their teams, this time around.

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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