Pac-10 lunch links: Plot thickens in USC QB competition
April, 13, 2009
Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller
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- An Arizona player takes on his weighty issue.
- A deeper look at Kevin Riley, who continues to assert himself in California's quarterback competition. The Bears picked up a commitment from a big-time prep defensive tackle.
- Oregon may be finding some answers at receiver.
- Former Oregon State running back Jeremy Francis left the Beavers for family reasons but he is not forgotten. Without Francis, the Beavers might find some running back depth here. Some interesting Beavers notes here.
- Stanford completes its spring practices with the quarterback competition not completely settled and concerns about offensive tackle Allen Smith's troublesome knee. Spring game tonight.
- UCLA fans have their fingers crossed over tight end Logan Paulsen's foot injury. A new running back may top the Bruins' depth chart.
- USC's quarterback competition is still on and it's interesting.
- A former Washington star is providing some receiving help.
- Washington State has many issues, but running back looks pretty good.
- Which school is the Pac-10's "Cornerback U?"