Preseason Preview Pac-12 North #1 Offense: The Ducks will be led on offense by lightning fast halfback Cameron Davis. Davis is one of the fastest players in the nation and is a threat to break any run for a huge gain. They Ducks will have to break in a new quarterback this year, with redshirt senior Jay Witherspoon taking over the reigns and judging from spring and fall practice, there shouldn't be much falloff. Witherspoon also has plenty of options to get the ball, with two star receivers and a highly undervalued tight end. Defense: As always the Ducks are loaded with talent and speed on defense. However, it is always a toss up how these players will play from week to week. But with the ability they have defensively and the firepower on offense, even decent performances should lead to wins #12 Offense: Lets face it, losing WR Tim Culp is going to have huge repercussions on this offense. A heisman finalist last year, Culp was a massive percentage of the offense. However, they do return starting quarterback Jason Huff, who will be looking to prove he wasn't a product of Culp. The offense will likely run through halfback Isaac Brown, who possesses the best combination of speed and strength in the conference. Defense: Washington brings back a solid defense, despite the surprising lack of raw talent at the position. They all play their positions well and are football savvy, making them a tough nut to crack when playing. Pac-12 South #14 Offense: After a surprising run last year with the multiple option attack, the Bears settled in on running the fleXbox One only offense this year. The team will continue to be led by quarterback EJ Garcia, who was solid last year. The half a surprising lack of talent at halfback and are still a little thin at the receiver position, so a lot will be on Garcia's shoulders this year to lead the offense. Defense: The Bears have a solid secondary and good linebacker play, but their lack of experience/raw talent on the defensive line could pose problems for the Bears in those crucial matchups. Offense: Tight end Steve James is going to have to play at the same level he did last year to help take pressure off of first year quarterback Dwayne Lane. The Sun Devils' also lack talent at the halfback and fullback slots, which facilitated a move to the Air Raid offense. Defense: The defense played very well last year, despite being outmatched in almost every game. That will have to continue if the Sun Devils have any hope of making a third straight appearance in the Pac-12 Championship Game.