Lunch links: Huskies hope to slow Stanford
September, 27, 2012
By Ted Miller | ESPN.com
Somewhere in la Mancha, in a place whose name I do not care to remember, a gentleman lived not long ago, one of those who has a lance and ancient shield on a shelf and keeps a skinny nag and a greyhound for racing.
- Will Arizona be able to run against the tough Oregon State defense? This guy will help the Wildcats' passing game.
- Arizona State's oft-injured defensive tackle Corey Adams considers his future. Running back Cameron Marshall closes in on a TD record.
- The California offensive line has been struggling.
- The presence of coordinator Eric Bieniemy on the Colorado sidelines helped motivate the offense.
- Oregon is trending young at receiver. The Ducks have a strong combo at cornerback.
- Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion is banged up. Good things happen when you stop the run, as the Beavers have.
- Stanford's "other" outside linebacker is pretty darn good, too. Quarterback Josh Nunes faces his first road test at Washington.
- Things are a bit prickly with UCLA and the media.
- What's USC's plan for its bye week? Why is the Trojans' defensive line no longer a weakness?
- How much can Utah improve?
- Washington is hoping to change the momentum of its series with Stanford.
- A young Washington State defensive end believes the Cougars have a shot against Oregon. There's no quit in these Cougs.
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