At least three Pac-12 quarterbacks appear as shoo-ins to reach the 3,000-yard plateau. Who will join them? A team-by-team look.
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Mike Leach's seat is very comfortable
After a 9-4 season in 2015, Leach has the most stable job in the Pac-12. Travis Haney notes the difficulty of winning at Washington State. How safe are coaches' jobs? (Insider)
You'd think 33 wins over three seasons would make a coach untouchable. Not so at Oregon, where Mark Helfrich is on less stable ground than his peers.
Wide receivers are viewed by some as easily replaced in Washington State coach Mike Leach's scheme, but Gabe Marks bucks that trend.
The Pac-12 had six receivers reach 1,000 yards last season. How many can we expect to hit quadruple figures this year?
Former QBs under Mike Leach described perhaps the most unique relationship in college football.
The Week 1 slate is a veritable smorgasbord, with bluebloods in Texas and football in Sydney. Here's the most pressing storyline for each Pac-12 team.
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.
It's a West Coast conundrum: If a player turns in the most outstanding season in the nation, but his games are played while much of the country is sleeping, can he win the Heisman Trophy?
Likely the most intriguing game nationally in Week 1, USC will face defending national champion Alabama in Arlington, Texas, on Sept. 3.
USC is an early 10-point underdog to Alabama and the Apple Cup is a pick'em in some early Pac-12 odds.
Excitement about Washington's Pac-12 prospects this season is as high as it's been in many years. Should this worry Huskies believers?
Unsuprisingly, Oregon's stable of receivers is among the deepest in the nation, but the Ducks have considerable competition in Washington State.
Three Pac-12 teams have backfields that should be among the nation's best in 2016.
Stanford, USC, Washington, Oregon and UCLA made Mark Schlabach's 2016 Way-Too-Early Top 25. See where they rank.
Stanford and Oregon have dominated the Pac-12 North since the conference expanded, but that trend could begin changing this season.
Washington and Washington State won't be lacking leadership and talent at QB, with Jake Browning and Luke Falk returning to their respective schools.
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
This week's Pac-12 mailbag considers possible expansion, the state of the California Golden Bears and how the conference fared in the NFL draft.
Former Washington State linebacker Ivan McClennan has a quick first step and is a player to watch as the Falcons begin rookie minicamp.
May the Falk be with you
Washington State will certainly need Luke Falk at his best this season. Much of the Pacific Northwest reminds us of Endor, and that's where the Cougars will make their stand against the Pac-12 empire. May the No. 4s be with you
Stanford and Washington are in the best shape of any conference teams, but most of the others are off to slow starts.
The Pac-12 didn't see the draft results it had anticipated, which should add to what is expected to be a downcast mood at the league's meetings.
Highlights: Joe Dahl
The Lions continue to reinforce the offensive line, grabbing the Washington State product in Round 5. Check out some of Dahl's best highlights.
Which Pac-12 player drafted in the first round will be most successful? Should Myles Jack have stayed in school? We have the answers.
Washington State vs Eastern Washington Eagles
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