Pac-10 lunch links: More on Masoli vs. NCAA
September, 1, 2010
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
There was me, that is Alex, and my three droogs, that is Pete, Georgie, and Dim, and we sat in the Korova Milkbar trying to make up our rassoodocks what to do with the evening.
- Arizona isn't worried about using co-coordinators on offense. It's been a while since the Wildcats have won a nonconference road game.
- Remember Arizona State's Rudy Carpenter-Sam Keller mess 2006? Steven Threet-Brock Osweiler feels nothing like that. Lots of good stuff in this notebook.
- California hopes the early bird gets the worm. Josh Hill became a student of the game and is now a starting safety.
- Oregon's depth means lots of guys will play. Depth? Like this guy on defense and this guy on offense.
- Season ticket sales are up at Oregon State. This receiver is a player to watch for the Beavers. I disagree, Stephen Paea, double-teaming you is a good idea.
- Stanford QB Andrew Luck is ready for his close-up. Owen Marecic is going to be a true two-way player.
- UCLA's new defensive linemen have big shoes to fill. A key to a Bruins turnaround? Ending a pattern of injured QBs.
- It's hard to say what USC will look like this year, but camp was harder than in the past. Khaled Holmes at right guard is the final piece for USC's O-line.
- Washington's defensive coordinator is confident in his defense. The Huskies visit to BYU could define the season.
- Washington State has been talking about improvement; it's time to show it. Here's what Paul Wulff thinks about the season.
- The NCAA's ruling against Jeremiah Masoli is wrong. And again.