WSU released a video with the top 10 plays of the 2012 season and I'm guessing you'll be able to predict the top two.
The top two are hardly a surprise, but Jeff Tuel's scramble play in the Apple Cup is woefully underrated. Isiah Myers' touchdown against Eastern was nice, but it's well below the Tuel scramble in my book. Based on the sheer difficulty level, Tuel would be No. 1 in my book, but that's likely a losing argument.
Travis Long's sack being No. 5 was interesting, but I'm assuming that's a lifetime achievement sort of thing. Regardless, hopefully the top 10 players of 2013 features more plays that lead to wins.
**Warning** The numbers in this link are gruesome and may be offensive to WSU fans.
Team rushing returning: Pac-12 North - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN
Today we're going to take a look at what each team has coming back in terms of yards, attempts and touchdowns in the run game. Earlier today we looked at the South. Now we'll look at the North. "Team" carries are not taken into account looking ahead to 2013, but negative yards in 2012 are. Remember also that sacks are (for some redonkulous reason) counted as rushing attempts.