The Pac-12 is out with a hype video celebrating its elite quarterbacks, and has voiced the “conference of quarterbacks” piece with some legendary signal callers from the league.

But the message is that the likes of USC’s Caleb Williams, Michael Penix, Jr. at Washington, Bo Nix at Oregon and Cam Rising at Utah mean it still has plenty of elite talent.

Carson Palmer, John Elway, Aaron Rodgers discuss how the Pac-12 consistently has quarterbacks who have won Rose Bowls, national championships and are picked No. 1 overall in the NFL Draft. They go on to win Super Bowls, and are enshrined in Canton at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

And it’s been that way for a while. For example, in 2014, the league became the first conference to see 8 quarterbacks throw for 3,000 yards in a season. The league did it again last season, and 6 of them return.

“A tradition of legendary quarterbacks is stitched into the very fabric of the Pac-12,” Rodgers said. “It was when I played.”

Elway added, “It was the reason I came here.”

“And it still is today,” Palmer said.