Known as a pass-happy conference, the Pac-12 has great schematic diversity. Stanford plays smashmouth football, while schools such as Arizona State, California and Washington State run versions of the spread offense.
On the recruiting trail, this has not been the best year for the Pac-12. Yet, several programs have commitments from prospects who have a chance to achieve stardom in the league.
A quarterback will have to wait his turn but has the skills to set the league on fire. A quartet of running backs should do a ton of damage, plus there may be a two-way star in the Pac-12 soon.