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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Washington linebacker Keishawn Bierria on reaching the Playoff: "We got a taste. ... We didn't get that full meal."

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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Cal first-year coach Justin Wilcox on how Chris Petersen and Paul Chryst are two of his biggest coaching influences.

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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Stanford DT Harrison Phillips has watched last year's loss to Washington at least 30 times. "I don't even know what happened that game, honestly. That's what everyone says but I actually don't know."

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2dKyle Bonagura

Five storylines to watch at Pac-12 media days

The quarterbacks once again take center stage in the Pac-12, from the battle for L.A. to Jake Browning and Luke Falk dueling for the Apple Cup.

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As expected, USC is the media's preseason favorite to win the Pac-12. Both the Trojans and Washington are heavy favorites to win their divisions with USC holding a 28-to-22 voting edge over the Huskies in the conference title game.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

USC picked to win the Pac-12 in preseason media poll. Defending league champ Washington picked to win the North Division and, like USC, is the overwhelming favorite in its division. Stanford, Washington State, Oregon, Utah and UCLA each received one first-place vote in their respective divisions.

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3dAdam Rittenberg

The Pac-12 needs to take a page out of the ACC's playbook

Parity will not do the Pac-12 any favors in the College Football Playoff era. The league should follow the example set by the ACC with Florida State and Clemson. With USC and Washington, it has the perfect pairing to replicate that success.

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8dPhil Steele

Players with best shot at Heisman: Jake Browning

Browning was a serious Heisman contender until the end of last season. If he leads Washington to another strong year, the junior QB could rise to become one of the Heisman favorites.

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Browning makes Davey O'Brien watch list

Washington QB Jake Browning has been named to the 2017 Davey O'Brien Award watch list. This year's list was selected based on player performance during the previous year and expectations heading into the 2017 college football season. Browning was a 2016 semifinalist for the O'Brien Award.

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Pettis named to Biletnikoff Award watch list

Dante Pettis was named to the Biletnikoff Award watch list on Tuesday, given to the nation's top wide receiver. Pettis caught 53 passes for 822 yards and 15 touchdowns for the Huskies last season.

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11dPhil Steele

Top early 2017 college football national title bets: Washington

If the Huskies win the North Division again, they will likely have to face USC, who beat them 26-13 in Seattle last year. Phil Steele still thinks this team represents solid value and could be favored in all 12 games.

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Two Huskies named to Butkus Award watch list

LBs Keishawn Bierria and Azeem Victor were named to the Butkus Award watch list Monday. The award is given to the nation's top linebacker. Victor was a semifinalist for the honor in 2016, when he recorded 67 total tackles (3 for loss) prior to a season-ending injury.

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11dKC Joyner

Can Washington get back to the CFP in 2017?

Washington got clobbered last year in the College Football Playoff, but the Huskies bring back a load of talent at key positions. Could Washington snag another playoff berth in 2017?

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Rapp makes Thorpe Award watch list

Washington's Taylor Rapp has been named to the 2017 Jim Thorpe Award watch list. Rapp, the Pac-12 Freshman Defensive Player of the Year last season, is one of six Pac-12 players named to the watch list for the award given to college football's best defensive back.

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Four Huskies make Bronko Nagurski Trophy watch list

Washington DTs Greg Gaines and Vita Vea, DB Taylor Rapp, and LB Azeem Victor were named to the Bronko Nagurski Trophy watch list on Thursday. The award goes to the nation's top defensive standout

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Four Huskies named to Outland Trophy watch list

The Pac-12 is well represented on the Outland Trophy watch list, with 10 players total and four from Washington. OT Trey Adams, DT Greg Gaines, C Coleman Shelton and DT Vita Vea made the list. The award goes to the nation's best interior lineman.

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Who has most to prove on Washington?

CBs Byron Murphy and Jordan Miller have the tough task of replacing Kevin King and Sidney Jones, who both left for the NFL. The Huskies will depend on the two relative unknowns to prevent any significant regression in the secondary.

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18dPhil Steele

Best running back situations: Washington

You know all about Myles Gaskin, but the Huskies' backfield talent doesn't end there. Lavon Coleman is reliable and a few freshmen could contribute, too.

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Browning heads Maxwell watch list

QB Jake Browning and RB RB Myles Gaskin were both named to the Maxwell Award watch list on Monday. Browning threw for 3,430 yards and 43 TDs last season. The Maxwell Award goes to the nation's top player.

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