The 2018 Pac-12 Conference out-of-league schedule features some exciting matchups with traditional rivalries, marquee road games and some of the most intriguing Power 5 vs. Group of 5 games in college football this season.
With spring practice completed for all 130 college football teams, it's never too early to evaluate how every program looks at quarterback for the 2018 season. College football lost a handful of stars from last season, including USC's Sam Darnold, Louisville's Lamar Jackson and Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield.
Despite a brutal showing to close the 2017 season, the Pac-12 sent a solid corps of prospects into the NFL via the 2018 draft. Another class of future pros will headline the conference again this season, with opportunities to improve their outlooks for the 2019 draft.
The Pac-12 has produced its share of high-powered offenses and standout quarterbacks in recent years, and there’s no reason to think that will change in 2018. The league has three All-America contenders at quarterback and features rising stars in Utah’s Tyler Huntley and Stanford’s K.J. Costello.
If there’s one word that can be used to describe the Pac-12 South headed into the 2018 college football season, it would be “change.” For starters, half of the division is under new leadership as Arizona (Kevin Sumlin), Arizona State (Herm Edwards), and UCLA (Ch
The California Golden Bears are coming off a mixed campaign in head coach Justin Wilcox’s inaugural season, but one that showed incredible promise. This year’s iteration of the Bears will look to build off that promise and qualify for a bowl.
TheUSC Trojans are coming off a Pac-12 championship, but face plenty of uncertainty due to the departure of many key players to the NFL. This year will be a test for coaches and players as they look to retain their crown in a new-look Pac-12 landscape.