How the first season of the past six Pac-12 coaches hired to fix losing programs impacted their second recruiting class:

STEVE SARKISIAN, Washington-x

On the field: The Huskies went from 0-12 the year before Sarkisian was hired to 5-7 in his 2009 debut season. Plus-5.

On the recruiting trail: Sarkisian's first class (before he'd coached the team) was rated No. 66 nationally by Scout.com. A year later, his class was No. 11. Plus-55.

RICH RODRIGUEZ, Arizona

On the field: The Wildcats went from 4-8 the year before Rodriguez was hired to 8-5 in his 2012 debut season. Plus-3.5.

On the recruiting trail: Rodriguez's first class was rated No. 46 nationally by Scout.com. A year later, his class was No. 27. Plus-19.

JIM MORA, UCLA

On the field: The Bruins went from 6-8 the year before Mora was hired to 9-5 in his 2012 debut season. Plus-3.

On the recruiting trail: Mora's first class was rated No. 12 nationally by Scout.com. A year later, his class was No. 3. Plus-9.

TODD GRAHAM, Arizona St.

On the field: The Sun Devils went from 6-7 the year before Graham was hired to 8-5 in his 2012 debut season. Plus-2.

On the recruiting trail: Graham's first class was rated No. 43 nationally by Scout.com. A year later, his class was No. 30. Plus-13.

MIKE LEACH, Washington St.

On the field: The Cougars went from 4-8 the year before Leach was hired to 3-9 in his 2012 debut season. Minus-1.

On the recruiting trail: Leach's first class was rated No. 50 nationally by Scout.com. A year later, his class was No. 38. Plus-12.

SONNY DYKES, Cal

On the field: The Bears went from 3-9 the year before Dykes was hired to 1-11 in his 2013 debut season. Minus-2.

On the recruiting trail: Dykes' first class was rated tied for No. 31 nationally by Scout.com. A year later, his class currently is No. 59. Minus-28.

x -- Sarkisian now is coach at USC.