1 . The Huskies finished out the 2014 season ranked #2 in the nation, and with the Huskies being the highest ranked team in the Pac-12 and a solid team in general. Look at for the Huskies to make a run for people's money. 2. The California Golden Bears, the only team in the Pac-12 to bring home a national title. But after a disappointing 8-4 season many people have changed their thoughts about the Bears. The Bears are no sleepers now. A great recruiting class is coming in for the Bears and I do indeed believe the Bears will be the team to beat in the future. 3. The Buffaloes have come out of nowhere to be a threat in the Pac-12. A new coach is all that the Buffaloes needed to be known throughout the nation and they haven't been backing down from anyone, playing as good as anybody in the nation. 4. The Beavers have always been a great team in the Pac-12. If it was possible to have two #3's I would consider Oregon State and Colorado at #3. These teams are coached by two great coaches but in my opinion I have felt that Oregon State starts out strong but somewhere during the season they fall apart. 5. The Bruins. The once unstoppable force in the Pac-12 have now been put into place. The Bruins find it hard to be consistent throughout the season and a turnover bug has hit them last season and they found it hard to win games like that. Don't sleep on the Bruins yet. 6. The Wazzou Cougars! After a heart wrenching 1-11 season last year I do believe the Cougars will be a threat in a couple of seasons. With a group of Mediocre players they are a threat still in the Pac-12. Coach Murk has been doing a nice job turning the Cougars around. I expect to see more from his team in the future. 7. No idea what happened to the Utes, they have been known for their special teams throughout the college football world but special teams isn't going to win games. After 3 disappointing seasons for the Utes, their fans just aren't in the spirit for the Ute football program. The Utes are still looking a winning record after 3 straight seasons they have had losing records. 8. The Arizona Wildcats. They had a good season last year, upsetting the Bruins of UCLA last year 52-31 was a great spark to the Wildcat Program. Clifton Hall was arguably one of the best backs to play at Arizona but now he is gone. The Wildcats are tired of being the Pac-12's door mat and have been playing quality ball but the Wildcats have yet to make their first bowl appearance since they haven't been to one in 5 years.