Pac-12 Football: 5 Most Overrated Units in the Conference

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Pac-12 Football: 5 Most Overrated Units in the Conference
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The beginning of the college football season is now less than 50 days away. All of the annual college football preview magazines have since hit newsstands, giving fans an opportunity to see how their teams stack up in 2013.

For the Pac-12, much of the preseason talk centers around Oregon and Stanford. Both schools have been extremely successful in recent years, and 2013 should be no different. However, an influx of new, big-name coaches has brought hope to many of the other schools in the conference. 

Just as you'd expect, Oregon and Stanford have several stars on their rosters, but hey aren't the only teams that have potential All-Americans. USC receiver Marqise Lee could very well challenge for the Heisman Trophy. And Arizona running back Ka'Deem Carey led the nation in rushing in 2012. 

While the Pac-12 has several stars, some positional units have been a bit overrated this preseason. Having one great player doesn't make a particular unit the best in the country, unless, perhaps, it is at the quarterback position. 

So, what Pac-12 units are overrated? 

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