Answering questions about the hype around two young quarterbacks, whether Stanford will sooner or later fall back into mediocrity and more.
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Going against a backup quarterback, the Huskies spanked the Cougars 45-10 in last season's Apple Cup.
Quarterback will be a major focus as the Pac-12 turns its focus to 2016, with new starters popping up all over a league that has turnover throughout.
While Washington returns a strong core on offense and a talented secondary, questions surround who will step up among the Huskies' pass-catchers.
Huskies have to take next step
There's a good chance that they will this season, too. As long as young talent takes the next step, including QB Jake Browning, Washington will be a force out west. Updated too-early Top 25
With signing day behind us, here's an early look at how teams stack up in the Pac-12 heading into next season.
What will be the College Football Playoff implications of Art Briles' crew having the easiest nonconference schedule in college football for 2016?
Readers want to know about all "downer" material, Iowa cutting ties with Stanford and an inherent southern bias in recruiting rankings.
It should come as no surprise that 113 of the 267 players to sign Wednesday with Pac-12 schools hail from prospect-rich California.
It has to be increasingly concerning for the Pac-12 to see the ways in which SEC and ACC powers are stockpiling elite talent.
Grading the 2016 recruiting classes in the Pac-12, which include banner classes from the Los Angeles schools and another quality effort by Stanford.
Huskies running backs coach Keith Bhonapha is likely especially happy with his 2016 recruiting haul.
Watch: Asiasi, Tagaloa make decisions
Devin Asiasi (No. 3 TE-Y, No. 44 overall) and Boss Tagaloa (No. 13 DT, No. 95 overall) both announce at 3:20 p.m. ET. Alabama, Michigan, UCLA, USC, Cal and Washington are in the running for one or both of the De La Salle (Calif.) teammates. Watch on ESPN2/WatchESPN
Taking a look back at the Pac-12 North's recruiting classes in 2012, which helped Stanford's O-line, California's passing game and Oregon's 2014 run.
ESPN 300 players on Panthers, Broncos
College football's signing day is Wednesday. Six former ESPN 300 players are on the active rosters of the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos for Super Bowl 50. Keep in mind, the rankings began in 2006.
The Sept. 24 Washington-Arizona game will feature two programs itching to return to Pac-12 prominence, hoping to make an early 2016 statement.
The Pac-12 was shut out of this past season's College Football Playoff, and it could happen again with the league having so many competitive teams.
Possible package deal highlights NSD
De La Salle (Calif.) teammates Devin Asiasi and Boss Tagaloa will hold a joint announcement at 3:20 p.m. ET on ESPNU on Wednesday. Both share four of the same schools on their lists.
With national signing day approaching, let's break down the schedules that Pac-12 programs will be traversing in 2016.
Chris Petersen's definition of a committed recruit may be different from other coaches.
The 2016 All-Pac-12 team figures to have its fair share of Huskies, Bruins, Trojans and Cardinal, and it will be strongest at RB and in the secondary.
Rod Gilmore and Tom Luginbill join CFB Live to discuss Brian Kelly's extension, Braxton Miller's NFL potential and Michigan's signing ceremony of stars.
Several Pac-12 programs will have new faces patrolling the sideline (or coaches' boxes) at coordinator positions this spring and next fall.
With Oregon and Stanford facing questions at quarterback and better parity amongst Pac-12 teams, could the conference see a new champion in 2016?