Roughly speaking, the first quarter of the season is over in college football; and for Pac-12 Conference teams, the original outlook that the league would be strong in 2013 appears valid with only four non-conference losses. Nearly all the teams have played three games and an early review or report card seems necessary at this point.
On a side note, if you aren't able to watch all the Pac-12 games, don't complain to me. It's the Pac-12 Networks fault (see related articles). Let them know. They don't make it easy to contact them but you can twitter them - their account is @Pac12.
As far as the football on the field is concerned, certain clubs have excelled, yet some have performed less than desirably while others have emerged as expected. Remember, this is just an assessment and analysis of what they’ve done so far as compared with overall how they were perceived to do this season. In other words, a team that was expected to do quite well but underperformed might be given a C yet another team that isn’t as good but has done better than anticipated might receive a B.
Given that set of conditions, here are all 12 schools with a grade as to just how their season has gone so far (listed alphabetically, we start with A, it works that way).
Sources: Examiner college football poll, Pac-12 Conference