There was plenty of news on and off the field in the Pac-12 this past weekend, as several conference teams separated themselves with huge wins, Oregon landed a big verbal commitment, and USC made a head coaching change.
Boise State coach Bryan Harsin has announced the addition of graduate transfer Kelsey Young, a former Stanford running back who will be eligible to play for the Broncos immediately.
Offseason a time for the injured to heal and young players to master the playbook.
Fullback expected to start for Yellow Jackets in the coming season.
Ongoing changes sure to impact depth chart before season arrives.
Earlier this week the Cardinal picked up a commitment from another A-list tight end for the 2016 class, Texan Kaden Smith.
Here is a look at where things stand for Power 5 programs and quarterbacks in the 2016 class.
How will Nos. 11-25 of the preseason AP rankings look later this summer? Jim Mora's Bruins and Hugh Freeze's Rebels could be ranked high.
Pac-12 schools are being quite ambitious with their nonconference schedules, as several of them have the toughest schedules in the Power 5 conferences.
Swapping out Stanford for Indiana in a future series will be beneficial for Virginia.
Former California defensive lineman Brennan Scarlett has transferred to rival Stanford.
The Stanford Cardinal lost eight starters from last season's defense, but the players stepping into bigger roles say not to expect a drop in play.
Roughly half the 127 FBS coaches -- 47.2 percent -- are under the age of 50. Among the Power 5 conferences, 43.1 percent (28 of 65 coaches) are in their 30s and 40s.
Stanford landed a commitment from Kaden Smith, who has an ideal frame and exceptional ball skills for the tight end position.
Five things we learned from Stanford's spring game Saturday, which saw the Cardinal defense dominate despite being inexperienced.
There's an aura of confidence emanating from QB Kevin Hogan, and the Cardinal would like to see him preserve it in the spring game.