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Vote! Who has the best uniforms in the Pac-12?

In the Pac-12, Oregon gets all the fashion coverage. But there are classic looks and bold colors. Now you get to choose the league's best.

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23hKevin 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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8dKevin 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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9dChantel 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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9dPhil 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)

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9dKyle Bonagura

Pac-12 position unit rankings: Quarterbacks

Washington State's Luke Falk has the potential to put together one of the most statistically prolific passing seasons in college football history.

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16dPhil Steele

What are the 15 best LB units in college football?

Reader advisory: If you struggle with Alabama Is Great fatigue, please do not read this breakdown of the 15 best linebacker units in the country. Because the Tide, again, appear dominant.

Still behind the Pac

The Pac-12 was the odd one out of the playoff last season, and our Mark Schlabach thinks history will repeat itself. Someone has to win the league, but Schlabach doesn't see that team being dominant enough to enter the playoff four. 2016 season predictions

Team Stats

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