There's nothing quite like power ranking each Pac-12 team post-spring practice to stir up some emotion among the fanbases.
It's only April, and yes, barring significant developments (read: injuries, off-field issues, etc.), you shouldn't expect the order to change much between now and the start of the season.
If you read every piece of information written about each team throughout the previous two months, you'd think the Pac-12 has 12 teams primed to reach bowl games and at least four or five championship contenders. After all, optimism abounds in the spring and rarely do negative developments take center stage.
Oregon losing wide receiver Bralon Addison to injury may be the most noteworthy (and unfortunate) news of the year to date, but it's safe to assume that every team worked hard, got better and is at a good spot heading into the summer months.
So how do these 12 teams stack up? Are there any major changes from how you saw things two months ago? As always, click ahead to find out where we see the Pac-12 as its teams head into the last few lonely months without football.