With 10 starting quarterbacks returning to the Pac-12 in 2014, you can expect another season filled with explosive offenses and gaudy statistics.
Only Arizona—who has yet to name a starter—and Washington—who will likely fill the void left by Keith Price with Cyler Miles—don't have players with significant experience returning to the position.
After that, it's a who's who of the nation's best signal-callers, from 2013 Heisman candidates Marcus Mariota of Oregon and UCLA's Brett Hundley to big-armed stats guys like Oregon State's Sean Mannion and Connor Halliday out of Washington State.
There's even a special group of promising young guns led by Cal's Jared Goff and Colorado's Sefo Liufau.
How will these playmakers fare in 2014, and what kind of numbers will they put up?
Given the wild stats we saw in 2013, and assuming that no one will experience a major regression, things could get crazy on offense in the Pac-12.
We're taking a stab at their end-of-season stat lines—partly so you'll have an idea about what to expect in the fall, but mostly so we can all look back at this and laugh come December.
Predictions are based on the assumption each QB will start all of his team's games. While that's not likely for all 12 teams, there's no way to predict injuries—nor would we want to.
All stats via cfbstats.com.