Pac-10 lunch links: UCLA has more offensive weapons
April, 8, 2010
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
All this happened, more or less.
- Arizona defensive end Brooks Reed needs to get sacks and talk more. Like this guy would.
- The Arizona State offense shows a spark with Brock Osweiler as the plot thickens in the quarterback competition.
- California lands a commitment from a lineman.
- Oregon's got to fill some holes on its defensive line, but the early returns are positive. Not much competition at kicker, though.
- Meet the new Man in the Middle for Oregon State. Some notes, including an injury update. Buker thinks a certain Pac-10 blogger might be a step slow.
- Former Stanford coach Walt Harris is expected to join the Cal staff, but not the one in Berkeley.
- UCLA's Damien Thigpen may get an "F," but that's a good thing. And this guy may become another weapon on offense.
- USC might have found a cornerback to play opposite Shareece Wright. Is Marc Tyler -- finally -- making his move at tailback?
- Washington has experience and depth at cornerback. The NFL draft in 2011? Jake Locker is the frontrunner to go No. 1 overall.
- Some thoughts on Washington State's offensive line.
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