USC opens the season in a familiar spot in ESPN The Magazine's preseason Power 16.
The top teams in 2006 got to the top thanks in part to the play of big-name stars. Are their replacements ready for prime time? Mark Schlabach looks at the teams with the biggest holes to fill.
Take a look at what Pac-10 questions were answered this spring and what problems linger heading into the fall.
With spring practices winding down, our Pac-10 notebook addresses the big questions facing each team.
An abundance of mediocrity left the Pac-10 a disappointment in '06, but '07 should be better, writes Ted Miller.
Will Arizona enjoy a breakout season in 2007? Can UCLA compete for a national title? Our Pac-10 notebook addresses those questions and much more.
From the five uneasy pieces in the BCS puzzle to handing out some conference awards, the Dash runs through it all.
USC transitioned from Ugly Betty to a Song Girl in less than five minutes against Cal to stay in the BCS beauty pageant, writes Mark Schlabach.
No. 4 Southern California is headed back to Pasadena at the very least. The Trojans kept a loftier goal alive as well.
Ohio State's Troy Smith is one the rare players who play better in big games and he'll be the difference against Michigan, writes Bruce Feldman.
USC is back in the hunt for the Rose Bowl ... and maybe for that 'other game' it's not talking about just yet, writes Ted Miller.
An angry USC facing Stanford, Cal standing atop the standings and Oregon's laundry list of injuries highlights this week's Pac-10 notebook.
From breaking out the Adriana rating system to rank the best November games to a sophomore coaching update, the Dash runs through it all.
Oregon State star RB Yvenson Bernard possibly missing the USC game highlights this week's Pac-10 notebook.
Two of the Pac-10's most exciting offensive players are expected to suit up for their teams on Saturday.
The Tigers' defense should expose Florida's offensive line, and JaMarcus Russell is ready to respond in a tough road spot, writes Bruce Feldman.