The Pac-12 didn't see the draft results it had anticipated, which should add to what is expected to be a downcast mood at the league's meetings.
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Oregon, USC and UCLA are at the head of the Pac-12 class in spring game attendance.
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Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre says he's confident Davis Webb will keep his commitment to the Buffs as a grad transfer: "I talk to Davis Webb basically every day ... He's told me every time he's definitely coming to Colorado. I don't have any other reason to think he wouldn't. I just don't like the rule. He signed with us. He signed a financial aid agreement. And then everybody else can still recruit him ... and try to manipulate him ... But I believe he'll still be here at Colorado."
Colorado is still expecting Davis Webb to transfer there, coach Mike MacIntyre said, despite the QB reportedly talking to California, Auburn and Mississippi State.
Best guess: Arizona's defense under Marcel Yates is going to end up looking like the base-nickel he ran at Boise State.
Many Pac-12 programs are racing for Tua Tagovailoa while USC, UCLA and Arizona are trying to build for the future.
Position battles should be interesting at Colorado, especially at quarterback, where the competition is just beginning.
Colorado's quarterbacks have impressed and the running game has shown potential this spring.
College coaches haven't been shy about voicing their opinions on the new satellite camp ban. Here's what more than 25 Power 5 coaches had to say about the new rule.
It's important to remember the decision to ban satellite camps wasn't made by anonymous bureaucrats at the NCAA, but by the FBS conferences.
With the spring evaluation period set to begin on April 15, every Pac-12 program holds at least one verbal commitment from a 2017 prospect, though the conference is off to its usual deliberate pace compared to the rest of the country.
Colorado made strides defensively in 2015 but less so offensively, so finding promise on that side of the ball this spring has been a priority.
Stanford and Oregon have received the most bang for their buck in recruiting during the past five years.
It's tough to bet against Oregon as the Pac-12's best offense since the Ducks have led the conference in scoring every season since 2007.
The Pac-12 saw sack numbers tumble in 2015 and loses a number of its leading sackers. But with less experience at QB in 2016, might numbers rebound?
Colorado OLB Derek McCartney got a pass from spring practice for a good cause, as he donated peripheral blood stem cells to help a cancer patient.
Nine Pac-12 teams welcome back at least three starters in their defensive secondaries, but two groups stand out among the rest.
It helps that this spring Colorado defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt has more than a night to prepare himself going into the spring.
As Colorado prepares for its spring game, the most pressing issue facing the Buffaloes is the offense's regression last season.
With starting QB Sefo Liufau questionable for the season with a foot injury and his backup off the team, the Buffaloes will have to get creative.
There's evidence to support that Mike MacIntyre's teams at Colorado are becoming more competitive, but they need to get "over the hump."
Arizona State and UCLA return quite a bit of production at linebacker from last season, but several Pac-12 South teams have LB questions to answer.
With many of its starters returning, Utah not only has the best defensive line in the Pac-12 South, it may have the best unit in the league.
On-field workouts begin at the NFL combine, and here is a look at the Pac-12 running backs, offensive linemen and special teams players participating.
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