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.
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.
First off, a great, big thank you to everyone who sent Merry Christmas notes to the mailbag. They were received ... and appreciated. To the notes! Alex in Las Vegas writes: Hi Kevin: What is it that causes Pac 12 teams to lay eggs repeatedly at the Holiday Bowl?
T'was the night before Christmas and the Pac-12 blog crew; Was still smarting and miffed at the fall of Wazzu. Dressed in an opulent red and green sweater; Ted furiously hoped that the Beavs would do better.
We've been talking a lot about running backs this week. There was the feature on Washington running back Bishop Sankey. Some chatter about Arizona and looking ahead to Ka'Deem Carey in 2013 and the ESPN conference-call video segment featuring a dapper Pac-12 blogger talking about the running back race at UCLA.
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Here are some keys and storylines to watch this spring in the South Division. Yesterday Ted looked at the North Division. ARIZONA WILDCATS Start date: March 3 Spring game: April 13 What to watch: New battery: The Wildcats are looking to replace a top-notch quarterback-center combo in Matt Scott and Kyle Quinn.
The 10 semifinalists for the Biletnikoff Award, which goes to the nation's top wide receiver, have been announced. The Pac-12 is represented by three players. Here are the semifinalists in alphabetical order: Tavon Austin, West Virginia Stedman Bailey, West Virginia Brandin Cooks, Oregon State Austin Franklin, New Mexico State Cobi Hamilton, Arkansas Austin Hill, Arizona DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson Marqise Lee, Southern California Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech Terrance Williams, Baylor A little surprised to not see Oregon State's Markus Wheaton not on the list.
TUCSON, Ariz. -- Arizona notched a huge upset over No. 9 USC, winning 39-36. Here are some initial thoughts. It was over when: USC quarterback Matt Barkley's Hail Mary pass was knocked down in the end zone and the clock struck zero.