PAC-12 football is back! USC-San José State was a nice if surprisingly close (at least for two quarters) appetizer, but it just isn’t the same as a full slate of PAC-12 teams bursting with unique storylines. How will Deion Sanders and Colorado perform against last year’s runners-up, TCU? Can Utah avenge last year’s loss to Florida despite not having Cam Rising? How many touchdowns can Bo Nix score when Oregon takes on Portland State? We’ll soon know the answers.
But the real storylines in the PAC-12 will likely have their answers revealed only around Week 4 when conference play starts. Most prominent among them, of course, is
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