A Pacific Northwest showdown, big home games for Washington State, Utah and UCLA, and an important commitment for USC round out the top Pac-12 recruiting storylines this week.
The California Golden Bears have snagged two of the top safety prospects in the country in the 2016 class in Marquel Dismuke and Shurod Thompson.
Utah sophomore defensive end Hunter Dimick ranked ninth in the nation in sacks per game. But he was almost an afterthought, as sidekicks often are.
Now the Sun Devils will have a little more help coming with the announcement Thursday that JC wide receiver Tim White would be joining the program.
Earlier this week the Cardinal picked up a commitment from another A-list tight end for the 2016 class, Texan Kaden Smith.
With UCLA offensive line coach Adrian Klemm suspended, senior center Jake Brendel has become the Bruins' de-facto offensive line coach.
What is Arizona -- the defending Pac-12 South champ -- going to look like in 2015?
NFL scouts have to know everything they can about a player. Sometimes that involves asking questions that might seem a little, err, well, "dumb."
Here is a look at where things stand for Power 5 programs and quarterbacks in the 2016 class.
Nationally, there are some names of Pac-12 coaches the rest of the college football world doesn't know but probably should.
Pac-12 schools are being quite ambitious with their nonconference schedules, as several of them have the toughest schedules in the Power 5 conferences.
Coach Mike Leach praises his defense following Washington State's practice on Tuesday
The former Beavers coach will always have a special place in his heart for Corvallis, but is looking forward to good times ahead in Lincoln.
There are seven Pac-12 schools that have yet to complete their allotment of spring practices. Here's a quick look at the biggest issue for each.
Todd Graham came out of spring practice saying the Arizona State Sun Devils are 'bigger, stronger and faster' than the 10-win team of 2014.
The Trojans now have depth at wide receiver, and there are playmakers from top to bottom.