There are plenty of issues Pac-12 teams will be addressing this spring. Here are some that are front and center for your Pac-12 insiders. Ted Miller: Spring practice is the official transition from taking stock of the 2013 season, including recruiting, to looking ahead to next fall.
On Thursday, we looked at the Pac-12 North Division. Today, we turn to the South: ARIZONA Spring start: March 3 Spring game: April 20 What to watch: QB competition: Coach Rich Rodriguez has used first-year starters in his first two seasons at Arizona and will make it three-for-three in 2014.
If that's true, if you don't know who I am, then maybe your best course ... would be to tread lightly. Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez gives the low-down on his team as it gets ready for spring practices.
Two years ago, the Pac-12 had an Oregon problem. The Ducks had won three consecutive conference titles and were among the favored to make it four. They didn't. Now the Ducks, and the rest of the Pac-12, have a Stanford problem, as the Cardinal have won two titles in a row.
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.