It all seemed so simple before Week 1 of last year. Six quarterback competitions, six resolutions before the first game of the year. Taylor Kelly had won the gig at ASU. Jordan Webb set foot on campus and was almost instantly Colorado's starter.
We at the Pac-12 blog love pressure situations. And it just so happens that there are some pressure-packed scenarios this week for some of the conference's quarterbacks. But is there one scenario that seems tougher than another?
A few storylines to keep an eye on this week in the Pac-12: Game of the week: Which Stanford team shows up at No. 7 Notre Dame? Is it the explosive offense that racked up more than 600 yards against Arizona?
Taking stock of the sixth week of games in the Pac-12. Team of the week: Just as the hot seat talk for California coach Jeff Tedford was starting to crescendo, the Bears pulled out an impressive 43-17 win over No.
about 1522 days ago | Ted Miller | Washington Huskies
So much offense! So much defense! So hard to choose ... Josh Nunes, QB, Stanford: The goat of last week's Washington-whooping, Nunes was absolutely clutch in leading the Cardinal from a 14-point fourth-quarter deficit to a 54-48 overtime victory at home over Arizona.
about 1523 days ago | Kevin Gemmell | Washington Huskies
SEATTLE -- Thursday night, with a full moon hanging over CenturyLink Field, the Washington Huskies howled. It was primal. It was piercing. Fifty-thousand-plus fans howled along with them, bringing deafening decibel levels to Washington's temporary home field.
about 1532 days ago | Kevin Gemmell | Washington Huskies
Washington pulled off the shocker against a team that had dominated it of late, notching an upset 17-13 win over the nation's No. 8 team. It was over when: On fourth-and-4 from the Washington 34-yard line, Stanford quarterback Josh Nunes attempted a fade route to tight end Levine Toilolo.
about 1532 days ago | Ted Miller | Washington Huskies
SEATTLE -- Washington went into Thursday's game against No. 8 Stanford wanting to disrupt the Cardinal's rhythm on offense. And, with Stanford clinging to a 6-3 lead after two quarters, the Huskies have done just that at CenturyLink Field, slowing down the Cardinal's ground game while generating enough offense to maintain some momentum.
about 1532 days ago | Mason Kelley | Washington Huskies