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2016 Schedule
1st in Pac 12 - North
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2dTed Miller

Mailbag: Unhappiness from the under-hyped

Pac-12 reporter Ted Miller says Washington State and Utah are the league's sleeper teams and explains his fourth-place ranking of the Cougars.

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5dPhil Steele

The 13 biggest CFB surprise teams for 2016

The top of the 2016 college football heap is projected to look a lot like the end of 2015 -- starting with Alabama and Clemson. But what are the sneaky-good teams that could crash the CFP party?

Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer 

Winner of the coveted "Best Tattoo at Pac-12 Media Day Award" is Washington safety Kevin King. He said it's his own design -- his spirit warrior -- and he did the original drawing for his tattoo guy.

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9dKyle Bonagura

Ex-Cal coach Tedford hired at Washington

Jeff Tedford, a former Cal head coach, has agreed to join the staff at Washington as a consultant, Huskies coach Chris Petersen said.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

It's not quite to the level of Lou Holtz's legendary poor-mouthing, but Washington's Chris Petersen wants no part of the preseason prognostications that his Huskies are ready to challenge nationally. "Since December, I feel great about how good we've gotten without playing any football," Petersen said facetiously. "We're into rankings ... postseason rankings." Washington has a talented nucleus of young talent on offense, led by sophomore quarterback Jake Browning and sophomore running back Myles Gaskin, and returns most of a defense that was the Pac-12's best unit a year ago. "We were right there in every game last year," Petersen said. "So we've got to finish games and make plays. I don't think people understand how difficult it is to get over that hump."

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Chantel Jennings ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington coach Chris Petersen discusses how Marcel Yates -- who coached with Petersen at Boise State -- will impact Arizona, where he was hired as DC in January.

Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington coach Chris Petersen has one major talking point at Pac-12 media days -- making sure reporters know the preseason hype surrounding his team is not coming from him and, in fact, it bothers him. "We have as much hype as the new Pokemon game," he said.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington coach Chris Petersen: "We have as much hype as the new Pokemon game that no one knows anything about but thinks is really cool."

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9dChris Low

College football's 10 unbreakable records

It's true that records are made to be broken, but these 10 might as well be written in ink. But ... if any players or team can come close to breaking them, it's these guys.

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10dSarah Scrivens

Pac-12 places nine on Doak Walker watch list

Stanford's Christian McCaffrey and Oregon's Royce Freeman are among nine running backs from the Pac-12 to make the Doak Walker Award watch list.

Kevin Gemmell ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington defensive back Kevin King had some strong praise for Stanford's Christian McCaffrey at Pac-12 Media Days: "He gives you those plays where 30 years from now you look back and say 'Do you remember when McCaffrey did THAT' and people are going to remember.

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Can Huskies live up to expectations?

Washington will arrive at Pac-12 media days on Friday in an unfamiliar position. ESPN's Football Power Index heavily favors the Huskies to win the Pac-12 North.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Tennessee and Washington are both getting a ton of preseason love, to the point that some have suggested the Vols and Huskies could be dark-horse College Football Playoff contenders. Both teams, though, are dragging around long losing streaks to rivals that they will need to snap to make a realistic run. Tennessee has lost 11 straight to Florida and Washington 12 straight to Oregon. Which of those droughts has the best chance of ending this season?

Ted Miller ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington coach Chris Petersen mic'ed up. We are ready to roll at Pac-12 media day... At least inside the Lowes Hollywood. Commissioner Larry Scott officially starts at 9 am PT.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford was tabbed by the media as the preseason favorite to win the Pac-12 for the first time in 56 years. Here are the vote totals: North 1. Stanford (24) 186 2. UW (8) 163 3. Oregon (1) 132 4. WSU 112 5. Cal 67 6. Oregon St 33 South 1. UCLA (19) 180 2. USC (12) 173 3. Utah (2) 127 4. Arizona 87 5. Arizona St 85 6. Colorado 63

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11dKevin Gemmell

Media day questions for the Pac-12 North

Heading into Pac-12 media days, some questions facing teams in the North Division are obvious and others really need to be asked.

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11dPhil Steele

Report card: CFP teams lead list of most dominant wins

Not all blowouts and big wins are created equally. Phil Steele's game grades takes into account a variety of factors and names the truly dominating performances over the past three years.

Team Stats

Passing Yards235.554th
Rushing Yards152.892nd
Points For29.5Tied-63rd
Points Against17.812th