The 2012 College Football GIF Preview: The Pac-12

GLENDALE AZ - JANUARY 10: Oregon Ducks fan Annie Barker of Eugene Oregon poses before the Tostitos BCS National Championship Game between the Ducks and the Auburn Tigers at University of Phoenix Stadium on January 10 2011 in Glendale Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Your college football team's 2012 chances can perhaps be best expressed by way of a popular internet GIF. Have a look at the other four conference GIF previews here.

Pac-12 North

Cal: Jeff Tedford: QB whisperer.


Oregon: Thanks, Nike!


Oregon State: You're caught in the crosshairs of something bigger than you, Oregon State.


Stanford: Andrew Luck made it seem a lot easier.


Washington: Team hasn't really changed that much since the Jake Locker era.


Washington State: Come have some four verts cake with them, won't you?


Pac-12 South

Arizona: This is what first year Rich Rod teams typically look like.


Arizona State: Todd Graham has his ways, you just gotta buy into the system.


Colorado: The one thing in Boulder that isn't high is the expectations for this team.


UCLA: "It seemed like a good idea at the time" -Dan Guerrero on hiring Jim Mora


USC: Who says you need scholarships?


Utah: You might think USC is the toughest out in this division, but don't sleep on Utah.


While we’re here, let’s watch some of the many fine college football videos from SB Nation’s YouTube channel:

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