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2016 Schedule
0-0, 1st in Pac 12 - South
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Will Stanford pull all Pac-12 awards?

Our Mark Schlabach thinks Christian McCaffrey will pace the Cardinal to another conference championships. He also makes his picks for the rest of the Pac-12 awards.

  • Offensive player of the year: Christian McCaffrey, RB, Stanford
  • Defensive player of the year: Budda Baker, S, Washington
  • Coach of the year: Chris Petersen, Washington
  • Freshman of the year: Theo Howard, WR, UCLA
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8dKevin Gemmell

The Pac-12 coordinators to keep an eye on

Pac-12 coordinators were in demand for head coaching vacancies this offseason, but the cupboard is far from bare. Here are six of the league's best.

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14dKevin Gemmell

Player with the most to prove: Arizona State

The player with the most to prove for Arizona State is redshirt freshman DT George Lea, who didn't play last year due to an off-field incident.

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15dChantel Jennings

Pac-12 position unit rankings: Defensive backs

The latest look at Pac-12 position group concerns the conference's secondaries, which are deep and talented at the Los Angeles schools, among others.

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15dPhil Steele

CFB's 15 most improved teams for 2016

Last year, Michigan and North Carolina went from losing records to double-digit wins. Who will be this year's biggest movers? A hint: Longhorn Nation should be optimistic.

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Graham wants more from JoJo Wicker

The Arizona State defensive end recorded 7.5 tackles for loss, including four sacks, as a freshman. Todd Graham said he's expecting him to have the impact of a senior in his sophomore season. Breakout players (Insider)

Team Stats

Passing Yards289.122nd
Rushing Yards184.851st
Points For33.837th
Points Against32.7Tied-97th