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.
I would follow you into the mists of Avalon if that's what you mean. A first look at Arizona vs. UNLV. A preview of ASU's running back corps. Some thoughts on how to improve the Cal athletic department.
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While summer is considered the "offseason," we all know there is no offseason. Every Pac-12 team is either gaining -- or losing -- ground right now due to its focus and effort at getting better, both on a team and individual level.
When the Class of 2012 was finalized, it appeared the Pac-12 had secured a solid crop of quarterbacks. Four of the nation's top 12 and six of the top 26 were headed to -- or staying on -- the West Coast.
There hasn't been a shortage of intriguing storylines this spring in the Pac-12. Then again, there usually aren't. From quarterback battles to disciplinary issues, the 2014 spring has given us plenty to talk about.
Here's a quick look at some of the highlights of the four spring games this past weekend. Arizona State Sophomore linebacker Viliami Moeakiola stopped running back Jarek Hilgers on fourth-and-short on the final play as the Maroon team held off the Gold squad 29-23 in front of 8,456 fans at Sun Devil Stadium.