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  1. Petersen greets Pac-12 with QB imbroglio

    Ted Miller

    HOLLYWOOD, Calif. -- It isn't surprising that quarterback news led Day 2 of Pac-12 media days. This is, after all, the Conference of Quarterbacks, and this bumper crop of 10 returning starters might be the Pac-12's best-ever collection gathered behin...

    Blog | July 24, 2014
  2. Special teams review: Punter

    Ted Miller

    We conclude our position reviews with punter, where nine starters return. Here's how they stack up. GREAT SHAPE Tom Hackett, Utah: Utah led the Pac-12 in net punting and Hackett led the conference with an average of 43.4 yards per punt, bury...

    Blog | July 15, 2014
  3. Special teams review: Kicker

    Ted Miller

    We've reviewed and rated the returning position players in the Pac-12. Up next are the specialists, starting with kickers. The conference is strong at kicker, with eight returning starters, including a couple in line for All-American consideration...

    Blog | July 14, 2014
  4. UCLA leads Pac-12 in experience

    Ted Miller

    Returning starters, returning lettermen, key returning players, etc., -- these are all ways we evaluate teams in the preseason. While experience doesn't necessarily equate to "good," it does suggest a team should, at least, improve on what it did the...

    Blog | June 25, 2014
  5. Is the Pac-12 inexperienced?

    Ted Miller

    As previously noted, there is no simple measure that consistently predicts college football success. We lean on returning starters most often -- it matters, of course, just who those returning players are -- because we typically value experience. ...

    Blog | June 11, 2014
  6. Returning O-line starts: South Division

    Ted Miller

    There is no simple measure that consistently predicts college football success. The best is pedigree, but even that often fails. Just ask Notre Dame and Texas. While returning starters -- most particularly a quarterback -- are the easiest way to m...

    Blog | June 10, 2014
  7. Returning O-line starts: North Division

    Ted Miller

    There is no simple measure that consistently predicts college football success. The best is pedigree, but even that often fails. Just ask Notre Dame and Texas. While returning starters -- most particularly a quarterback -- are the easiest way to m...

    Blog | June 09, 2014
  8. Colorado spring wrap

    Ted Miller

    Three things we learned this spring about the Colorado Buffaloes: 1. Backup plan: Attrition at quarterback left the Buffaloes with just two scholarship players behind center entering spring practices, but returning starter Sefo Liufau took a step ...

    Blog | May 02, 2014
  9. Still some intrigue with ASU offense

    Ted Miller

    TEMPE, Ariz. -- What you already know about the 2014 Arizona State offense is impressive. Seven returning starters are led by third-year starting QB Taylor Kelly, owner of 57 career touchdown passes. There's imposing receiver Jaelen Strong, an All-Am...

    Blog | April 08, 2014
  10. Biggest shoes to fill: Washington

    Ted Miller

    Starters in, starters out. That's college football. Players' eligibility expires, and they leave for the rest of their lives, which might include the NFL. And they leave behind shoes of various sizes that need to be filled. In alphabetical order, ...

    Blog | March 31, 2014
  11. Biggest shoes to fill: USC

    Ted Miller

    Starters in, starters out. That's college football. Players' eligibility expires and they leave for the rest of their lives, which might include the NFL or not. And they leave behind shoes of various sizes that need to be filled. In alphabetical o...

    Blog | March 27, 2014
  12. Biggest shoes to fill: Stanford

    Ted Miller

    Starters in, starters out. That's college football. Players' eligibility expires and they leave for the rest of their lives, which might include the NFL or not. And they leave behind shoes of various sizes that need to be filled. In alphabetical o...

    Blog | March 25, 2014
  13. Biggest shoes to fill: Oregon

    Ted Miller

    Starters in, starters out. That's college football. Players' eligibility expires and they leave for the rest of their lives, which might include the NFL or not. And they leave behind shoes of various sizes that need to be filled. In alphabetical o...

    Blog | March 21, 2014
  14. Biggest shoes to fill: California

    Ted Miller

    Starters in, starters out. That's college football. Players' eligibility expires and they leave for the rest of their lives, whether that includes the NFL or not. And they leave behind shoes of various sizes that need to be filled. In alphabeti...

    Blog | March 19, 2014
  15. Biggest shoes to fill: Arizona

    Ted Miller

    Starters in, starters out. That's college football. Players' eligibility expires and they leave for the rest of their lives, whether that includes the NFL or not. And they leave behind shoes of various sizes that need to be filled. In alphabeti...

    Blog | March 17, 2014
  16. Poll: Biggest spring rebuilding jobs

    Ted Miller

    Rebuild or reload? That's a question more than a few Pac-12 teams are asking about themselves this spring. But let's get specific. While some units or position groups are fully stocked -- UCLA and Oregon both have nine starters coming back on offe...

    Blog | March 07, 2014