Pac-12 Week 6 depth charts: Arizona continues LB shuffle

Drive Through: Pac-12 Problems

Edward Aschoff, Brad Edwards, and Cary Chow preview Cal vs. Utah and look at the overall state of the Pac-12.

Here are the depth charts for Week 6. As always, your opinion might differ from those of coaches.

Notes or changes reflect starting positions only. If a team isn't listed it means there are no changes from the previous depth chart.

Arizona: The middle linebacker rotation continues with Sir Thomas Jackson now listed as the starter ahead of Tre Tyler, though worth noting that Jackson started against Stanford. There's no more "or" between Cam Denson, who started against Stanford at cornerback, and Sammy Morrison. Quarterback Anu Solomon, who missed last week with a concussion, is still listed as the starting QB for what it's worth.

Arizona State: Tim White is listed as a potential starting kick returner along with De'Chavon Hayes.

California: Jonathan Johnson, who started last week at defensive end in place of the injured DeVante Wilson, is listed as a potential starter this week with an "or."

Colorado: Ryan Severson steps in at inside linebacker after Kenneth Olugbode was injured against Oregon and is expected to be out 4-6 weeks.

Oregon: The Ducks finally took cornerback Chris Seisay off the depth chart and replaced him with Glen Ihenacho. Vernon Adams, Jeff Lockie and Taylor Alie are all listed as potential starters. And no, Bralon Addison is not listed as a potential starting quarterback.

USC: Greg Townsend Jr. is listed as the starting defensive end without an "or" between him and Claude Pelon, who suffered a high ankle sprain earlier in the week. Christian Tober, who suffered a broken clavicle, is no longer listed as a kick returner.

Utah: No more "or" between QBs Travis Wilson and Kendal Thompson. (I know, it looks weird to me too). Also, no more "or" between injured defensive end Hunter Dimick and Kylie Fitts. Coach Kyle Whittingham said he expects Dimick to be back for the Cal game.