Russ thinks this is another kind of history. He thinks they will carry something out of here that joins them in a rare way, that binds them to a memory with protective power. People are climbing lampposts on Amsterdam Avenue, tooting car horns in Little Italy. Isn't it possible that this midcentury moment enters the skin more lastingly than the vast shaping strategies of eminent leaders, generals steely in their sunglasses -- the mapped visions that pierce our dreams?
Looking back at Oregon's 2008 recruiting class, which played a big part in the Rose Bowl run.
The Pac-10's best freshmen were, by the way, mostly its highest rated recruits.
Jon Wilner looks at expansion possibilities for the conference. His point is good: The options are limited. As I've written before -- and smart people like George Schroeder concur -- the best-case (perhaps the only case) is Utah and Colorado.
Breaking down USC's linemen, tight ends and receivers.
Washington State has dismissed a potential starting cornerback.
According to this poll, Colorado fans are intrigued by the Pac-10's wink.