Washington was the final Pac-12 school to host its pro day Wednesday, essentially putting an end to 40-yard-dash season. Here is a look at some of the conference's top prospects and a few others who helped their cause over the past month.
You remember the three-headed monster, right? It's about returning production that will scare -- terrify! --opponents. Or not. On offense, it's elite combinations at quarterback, running back and receiver.
We continue our team-by-team review of the Pac-12 with Oregon. Offense: Things were going pretty well there, for a while. The Ducks stormed out of the gates and scored at least 50 points in their first five games and in six of their first seven.
SAN ANTONIO -- No. 10 Oregon beats Texas 30-7 in the Valero Alamo Bowl. A few thoughts on the game: It was over when: Oregon safety Derrick Malone picked off a Case McCoy pass over the middle midway through the fourth quarter, then went 39 yards for the score.
Oregon's game against UCLA was supposed to be about the grand return of running back De'Anthony Thomas. And while he showed up for a half, it was Byron Marshall who stole the show with a game high 133 rushing yards and three touchdowns.
So who deserves a helmet sticker for a job well done? USC defense: The Trojans held Utah to 201 total yards in a 19-3 victory. They recorded six sacks, nine tackles for a loss and three interceptions and kept the Utes scoreless after a field goal on their first possession.
Editor's note: This is the latest entry in Dave Telep's July Road Trip blog. Throughout the month, Dave will check in each day he's on the road while covering some of the biggest basketball recruiting events in the country.
One of Oregon's big needs in the Class of 2014 is defensive back. While the Ducks have plenty of talent in the defensive backfield, the departure of a handful of players in the two-deep after 2013 will make the position a priority.
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