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The Pac-12 football season is just over two weeks away. With that comes an offseason full of bold predictions and hot takes leading up to the Nov. 7 start date. Here are our players to watch this season who could potentially be in for a breakout year.
An eventful past few weeks that was full of news and rumors was finally settled after the Pac-12 CEO Group voted on Thursday, Sept. 24 to resume play and begin its conference football season on Nov. 6.
A football season for the Pac-12 may be coming sooner than expected after commissioner Larry Scott announced the conference’s partnership with Quidel Corporation on Sept. 3, allowing student-athletes to be tested daily with results revealed within minutes. Scott is so confident in their partnership that he expects the conference to be having a football season in January.
Another season, another quarterback competition, such is the style of Rich Rodriguez. This year, it is Brandon Dawkins who takes on the role of hot trend, supplanting the departed Jerrard Randle.
Arizona softball advanced to the Super Regional round of the NCAA Tournament by winning its home regional over the weekend.
Elvin Kibet, originally from Eldoret, Kenya, has had a season full of breakout performances and record-setting times.
You can question his size or if he’ll ever make it in the NBA, but no one can question T.J. McConnell’s leadership and heart. During his three years at Arizona, no one was more of a team leader than McConnell. He seemingly knew just the right button to press at every turn and was a nearly identical clone on the court as Arizona men’s basketball coach Sean Miller. Rarely do you see one player capture the hearts of his teammates, an entire fan base and even the media. Taking a page out of legendary crooner Frank Sinatra’s book, McConnell did it his way.
Best Moment: ASU football victory