Pac-12 lunch links: Cal loses a linebacker
August, 31, 2012
By Ted Miller | ESPN.com
Happy Friday. Welcome to the college football season (I'm feeling you Cougs).
- A fifth-year senior restarts his Arizona career.
- The Todd Graham Era got off to an impressive start for Arizona State, even though Jamal Miles and James Morrison were held out.
- California is down a linebacker due to an ankle injury. More notes and injury info here.
- Colorado's backup quarterbacks need to be ready if needed. The Buffaloes senior linebackers are good and good friends.
- Marcus Mariota is ready to lead. It appears that plenty of freshmen will play for Oregon.
- Oregon State's coach talks about the postponement of the Beavers' opener.
- Stanford's defensive front seven has a chance to be elite.
- Handing out grades for UCLA's win against Rice.
- Former Trojan Armond Armstead is suing USC. Breaking down the matchup with Hawaii.
- Utah was in complete control against Northern Colorado.
- Washington fans are mad at Direct TV and Dish, satellite providers who aren't listening to their West Coast subscribers.
- Mike Leach got a rude welcome to Washington State football, courtesy of his alma mater, BYU. Anyone for hitting the reset button?
- Comcast and Cox are also screwing over their customers by not including the Pac-12 Network in other areas.