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The 10 Most Important Storylines in the Pac-12 in 2016

From quarterbacks to JUCO signees to new assistant coaches
The 10 Most Important Storylines in the Pac-12 in 2016

This may be the season for a changing of the guard in the Pac-12. Either Stanford or Oregon has won every league championship since 2009. This season both may be vulnerable. UCLA has the league’s best quarterback. USC has enviable talent. Utah is always sneaky. And that doesn’t get to Stanford and Oregon’s improved foes in the Pac-12 North, Washington and Washington State.

 

In what should be an unpredictable year in the Pac-12, Athlon looked at the top 10 storylines that would define the league.

 

College Football's Top 100 Impact Transfers for 2016

Which transfers will make the biggest impact this fall?
College Football's Top 100 Impact Transfers for 2016

Transfers are a huge part of any college football season. Whether it’s a graduate transfer eligible right away or a player that sat out the previous year due to NCAA rules, impact players are available in the transfer ranks every year.

Big 12 Wild Card Players in 2016

Players like Kansas State safety Dante Barnett will be critical to their Big 12 team's success this fall
Big 12 Wild Card Players in 2016

In a conference known for prolific offenses and shootouts galore, the Big 12

features more than its fair share of wild card players.

 

Charlie Strong's Future Hinges on Texas' Doomed Quarterback Position

Strong needs Sterlin Gilbert, Shane Buechele to solve Longhorns' passing woes
Charlie Strong's Future Hinges on Texas Doomed Quarterback Position

When Texas walked off the Rose Bowl field on Jan. 7, 2010, at least one thing seemed certain: Whatever else the future held, the Longhorns were set at quarterback. True, they’d just lost one of the biggest games in school history, a 37–21 thumping at the hands of Alabama with the national championship on the line, after losing their face-of-the-program quarterback, Colt McCoy, to a freak shoulder injury on the game’s first series.

 

Podcast: What will College Football look like in 2026?

The guys break down the future of college football.
Podcast: What will College Football look like in 2026?

Braden Gall and David Fox look deep into their Mario Cristobal and try to predict how college football will look in ten years.

 

- To try to grasp where college football could be in 2026, we have to look back at the game in 2006. DVRs and HD TV was brand new, Twitter didn't exist and the WAC was a thing.

 

- How will technology changes impact the game? How will it impact how we view the game at home and in stadiums? What about eSports? Will we be practicing against holograms?

 

Big Ten's Top Players Returning from Injury in 2016

Corey Clement's return should provide a huge boost for Wisconsin.
Big Ten's Top Players Returning from Injury in 2016

Injuries are an unfortunate part of any college football season and usually take a toll on all 128 teams by the end of the year. Several key players were hit by the injury bug in 2015, including a handful of big names from the Big Ten.

Why Jim Harbaugh, Jabrill Peppers and Don Brown are a Perfect Match for Michigan

Wolverines' new defensive coordinator is an ace tactician
Why Jim Harbaugh, Jabrill Peppers and Don Brown are a Perfect Match for Michigan

Most head coaches have a preferred side of the ball — usually the side they worked on while making their name — and their strategies tend to lean on that unit. There are countless defensive coaches who never seem to be able to field great offenses, and then there are the offensive coaches whose teams always seem to have to win shootouts because their defenses are weak.

 

Clemson QB Deshaun Watson revisits loss to Alabama, talks LeBron James

The returning Heisman finalists joined us to talk about Clemson's special season and spirited scrimmages
Clemson QB Deshaun Watson revisits loss to Alabama, talks LeBron James

Deshaun Watson’s national championship game performance was the kind of night that childhood dreams are made of — the rising junior threw four touchdowns and had 478 yards of total offense — except for the final minutes.

 

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