Take a look at what Pac-10 questions were answered this spring and what problems linger heading into the fall.
Take a quick look at the position battles, coaching changes and other key factors to pay attention to during spring practices around the Pac-10.
USC enters spring practice atop the Pac-10 power rankings, but Arizona State and Oregon could challenge the Trojans in 2008.
As signing day approaches, Mark Schlabach takes a look at the recruiting needs of each Pac-10 team.
Oregon and Cal started off on fire, rocketing up the rankings. But injuries and inconsistency sent them spiraling while USC finished strong for another Pac-10 title. Here is a look at the Pac-10's regular season, team-by-team.
Michael Crabtree's performance against Oklahoma showed he's for real, while Alabama's loss to Louisiana-Monroe was inexcusable. Todd McShay has more in Week 12's Stock report.
Second-ranked Oregon lost Heisman Trophy candidate Dennis Dixon to a knee injury and never recovered in a 34-24 upset by Arizona on Thursday night.
As four previous No. 2 teams did before them this season, Oregon fell, but no No. 2 team suffered as big a loss as the Ducks did against Arizona.
Arizona 48, Washington 41
Highly touted freshman Joe McKnight gave the Trojans the big plays they desperately needed, Mark Sanchez threw his first career touchdown pass, and No. 10 USC rallied to beat Arizona 20-13 Saturday.
Arizona's disappointing start, Cal's BCS chances and USC's recent slide are some of the topics covered in the midseason edition of the Pac-10 notebook.
Oregon St. 31, Arizona 16
Oregon State's accumulating woes, Arizona State's surprise defense and USC's injuries are some of the topics covered in the Pac-10 notebook.
Add another member to the Jake Locker Fan Club: Ohio State coach Jim Tressel, writes Ted Miller in the Pac-10 notebook.
Arizona 45, N. Arizona 24
In evaluating college defensive backs, there are six categories in which scouts base their opinions, writes Todd McShay.