What's the best style of offense for a Pac-12 team to replicate? The speed and tempo of the Oregon Ducks or the blasting power of the Stanford Cardinal?
The Oregon Ducks and the Stanford Cardinal are the two teams most likely to clash for another Pac-12 championship berth, and they will probably have the least to worry about in spring practice.
A preview of Stanford's biggest issue this spring, whether or not they can find tight ends to step in for the departed Zach Ertz and Levine Toilolo.
In our Pac-12 quarterback recruiting update, Keller Chryst figures to come down to Stanford or USC, Kyle Allen is receiving interest from Arizona, ASU and UCLA, Manny Wilkins favors Oregon, Jalen Green and David Cornwell enjoyed UCLA, and more.
Plenty of Pac-12 teams are getting a jump start on 2014 football recruiting, as the Stanford Cardinal and USC Trojans lead the way with numerous offers to top prospects.
The Stanford Cardinal didn't need a particularly huge 2013 recruiting class. And they got plenty of good players they definitely needed like wide receiver Francis Owusu, linebacker Peter Kalambayi, and perhaps a few potential tight ends.
The California Golden Bears and Stanford Cardinal are hoping they can keep on making those last minute runs at the NCAA tournament.
The Oregon Ducks and the Stanford Cardinal still stand shoulders above the rest of the Pac-12 and figure to be the two schools most likely to win the conference in 2013.
Jim Mora and Mike Riley both were excellent, but it was David Shaw who deserved to be Pac-12 Coach of the Year.
This post is for all those who want video highlights, news, notes, blog reaction, and more of Stanford clinching a Pac-12 Championship over UCLA.
Stanford has stayed tough, smart, and clutch, and they finally earned a Pac-12 title and a Rose Bowl bid.