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 MacIntyre is on the hot seat
Colorado has won just two Pac-12 games in MacIntyre's three seasons in Boulder. Needless to say, he's not in a stable situation entering his fourth season. 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.
Chip the Buffalo took to social media to weigh in on Davis Webb breaking his non-binding agreement to come to Boulder.
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?
The Texas Tech transfer's decision is an instant boost to a team needing to replace Jared Goff. Colorado, meanwhile, is left feeling scorned.
Former Texas Tech QB Davis Webb, after a change of heart, has decided to transfer to Cal instead of Colorado.
Likely the most intriguing game nationally in Week 1, USC will face defending national champion Alabama in Arlington, Texas, on Sept. 3.
In its quest to return to bowl eligibility, Colorado must do some damage during a midseason string against USC, Arizona State, Stanford and UCLA.
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?
Arizona State and USC appear especially well-stocked at running back among Pac-12 South teams.
Utah's defensive line is the toast of the Pac-12 South, with the other five teams having some intriguing pieces but a host of question marks.
There doesn't appear to be a "great" O-line in the division heading into 2016, but Arizona and USC are expected to benefit from solid play up front.
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
Checking out how UCLA, USC, Utah, Colorado, Arizona and Arizona State rank with their defensive backs.
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.
Arizona State and UCLA have talent and experience, while some other teams are in a moment of transition.
USC is ahead of the pack when it comes to pass-catchers, but there is depth across the division.
If healthy, Sefo Liufau should be the starter at quarterback for Colorado. If Liufau isn't ready to go, though, transfer Davis Webb could be the guy.
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.
Which Pac-12 player drafted in the first round will be most successful? Should Myles Jack have stayed in school? We have the answers.
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