Best and Worst Case 2014 Scenarios for Every Pac-12 Football Team

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Best and Worst Case 2014 Scenarios for Every Pac-12 Football Team
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Stanford QB Kevin Hogan

The time has come to enter the world of Pac-12 projections, where the optimist is thinking playoff and the pessimist is just hoping for a first possession that doesn't result in a turnover.

We're going big this time and taking a look at the various possibilities for each team's season, but realism has little weight here. What is the absolute best outcome for every Pac-12 school? The worst outcome?

While we want to at least paint a picture of possible scenarios (13-0 is not always best case and 0-12 is not always the worst case, either) this is meant to be a fun look at both the dream seasons and doom-and-gloom, end-of-the-world campaigns. 

Take a look now at the best- and worst-case scenarios for every team in the Pac-12.

 

All stats via ESPN.com. Unless otherwise noted all quotes obtained first hand. Serious injuries to key players are obviously a possibility, but entertaining the idea of certain guys getting injured is not something we'll include in our hypothetical scenarios.

 

 

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