Over the last few weeks, we’ve run down each of the teams in the Pac-12, recounting the high and low points of the 2011-12 season, saying goodbye to departing players, introducing you to new faces around the conference, as well as pointing out reasons for hope and concern for the future of each program. Along the way, we also handed out MVP awards for each team, and we graded each team compared with their expectations. In case you’ve missed any of those posts, below you’ll find a link to each team’s post-mortem, along with the MVP and grade we’ve chosen.
- Colorado: MVP: Andre Roberson, Overall Grade: A
- California: MVP: Jorge Gutierrez, Overall Grade A-
- Stanford: MVP: Aaron Bright, Overall Grade: B
- Oregon: MVP: Devoe Joseph, Overall Grade: B
- Washington State: MVP: Brock Motum, Overall Grade: B
- Washington: MVP: Tony Wroten, Overall Grade: B-
- Oregon State: MVP: Jared Cunningham, Overall Grade: C+
- Arizona: MVP: Kyle Fogg, Overall Grade: C+
- Utah: MVP: Jason Washburn, Overall Grade: C-
- Arizona State: MVP: Trent Lockett, Overall Grade: D
- UCLA: MVP: Lazeric Jones, Overall Grade: D-
- USC : MVP: Byron Wesley, Overall Grade: F
As for upcoming features, beginning in June, we’ll spend one week on each team taking you through the dog days of the summer looking ahead to the 2012-13 expectations for the Pac-12 conference. Then every Friday throughout the offseason, we’ll also post a Weekly Five, detailing recent news around the league. And, as events warrant, we’ll drop additional posts as needed and may come up with a handful of other ideas to keep us all entertained as we suffer through the Great Sports Desert.