It's time to start our preseason position reviews. Please, hold your applause until we are finished. Here's how we do this: We provide three evaluative categories: "Great shape," "Good shape" and "We'll see.
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.
Spring has sprung in the Pac-12, with Stanford starting spring practices this week and several schools following suit next week. Ergo, we break down where teams stand with each position group, starting with quarterbacks.
There were many remarkable performances in the Pac-12 this year. And some remarkably bad ones. Of course, one team rolling is another team getting rolled. Here are some high & low lights of the 2013 season (conference games only).
It's never too early to start looking ahead to what's in store for next year's college football season. Per usual, we've got you covered. Three major pieces are out today -- including one from our very own Ted Miller -- who looks at some of the questions that will sear on our brains until kickoff 2014.
Some storylines to keep an eye on this week in the Pac-12. North race: Stanford is in the driver's seat. If it wins this week against USC and next week against Cal, the Cardinal will lock up the North Division and advance to the Pac-12 championship game for the second straight year.
Five things we learned in the Pac-12 this week: 1. Oregon has a Stanford problem: Used to be the other way around. Last year it felt more like Oregon had a Stanford inconvenience, not so much a problem.
Taking stock of Week 10 in the Pac-12. Team of the week: USC, injury-riddled, coach-less and written off just more than a month ago, has won three of four games since Ed Orgeron took over for Lane Kiffin as interim coach, including a 31-14 win at Oregon State on Friday.
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