Pac-10 lunch links: Debate a 'Rooney Rule' in college football
March, 9, 2009
Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller
Name's Smalls. Leonard Smalls. My friends call me Lenny ... only I ain't got no friends.
- George Schroeder and Ken Goe have different takes on the Oregon Legislature trying to establish a "Rooney Rule" for the state's college programs. Here's point. And Goe's counterpoint.
- Here's a big reason Arizona's defensive line might be among the best in the Pac-10 next fall. Checking in with Wildcats receivers Delashaun Dean and Terrell Turner.
- Jonathan Okanes begins his California spring practice preview with the Bears linebackers, a position that lost three marquee performers from last season.
- Former Oregon quarterback Dennis Dixon is all heart.
- It all starts with the offseason workouts at Oregon State. Story and blog entry.
- Stanford's quarterback competition might involve a lot of Luck. Sorry about that one. Owen Marecic could go both ways this season as a linebacker and fullback.
- Who's UCLA's No. 1 player to watch this spring?
- USC won't be adding any more marquee signees in 2009. And linebacker Chris Galippo, Rey Maualuga's heir apparent, has mono.
- Washington quarterback Jake Locker is just about 100 percent.
- Nick Daschel provides some insights on burning Pac-10 questions.