It's hard not to look up and down the Pac-12 rosters and marvel at some of the offensive talent at just about every school. With 10 starting quarterbacks coming back, the fall promises to bring many sleepless nights for defensive coordinators in the conference.
Wisdom cannot be imparted. Wisdom that a wise man attempts to impart always sounds like foolishness to someone else. This new CB commitment is an Arizona legacy. The Arizona State sports report features former great Randall McDaniel.
It will come as no surprise that Mel Kiper Jr. sees two of the five best senior QBs and three of the six best underclass QBs coming from the Pac-12 . But who would have thought that three of the 11 best defensive tackles would come from the Pac-12, while none came from the D-line rich SEC?
Welcome to the Friday mailbag. Follow the Pac-12 blog on Twitter here. And you can follow my personal Twitter feed here... if you dare. To the notes! Clarence from Cincinnati writes: Ted, The blog is very well run, but I feel you all are very conservative on your predictions and forecasts.
Our look at position groups in the Pac-12 continues. Arizona: With Ka'Deem Carey off to the NFL, figuring out Arizona's running back situation requires a bit of guesswork. Backups Daniel Jenkins and Kylan Butler are out of eligibility and rising junior Jared Baker tore his ACL in the regular-season finale.
Pac-12 reporter Kevin Gemmell and Texas reporter Max Olson break down the biggest storylines in Monday's Valero Alamo Bowl matchup featuring Texas and No. 10 Oregon: How do you think Mack Brown's resignation affects this game?
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A few storylines to keep an eye on this week in the Pac-12: North race: Oregon's road is clear. If they win out, they will be the North Division champs. If they lose either of their final two games, both against conference opponents, Stanford will win the North by virtue of its tiebreaker.