Pac-10 Morning: Everybody loves talkin' QBs
August, 19, 2008
By ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller
You are the quarterback of these links. Congrats (But your offensive line... neh).
- Arizona's long-beleaguered OL might no longer be beleaguered. Despite a lot of contact during camp, the Wildcats are fairly healthy. The competition at long snapper is hot and friendly at Arizona.
- Arizona State will play a number of freshmen this fall. It's been a long wait behind Rudy Carpenter for Danny Sullivan. A notebook on team captains and injured linemen.
- California's center of the future is now starting at OG. There's still position intrigue at QB and other spots. Jonathan Okanes post-practice Monday.
- A decision on Oregon's QB will be made this week. Oregon's kicker is a good athlete. Notes on injured RBs and the surprise guys who stepped in.
- Story on Oregon State's new Artful Dodger. The Beavers practiced in Reser Stadium due to heavy rain. Checking in with suspended OL Tavita Thompson.
- Stanford will have another closed scrimmage, but it appears that Tavita Pritchard remains the favorite to start at QB.
- Kevin Craft was named UCLA's starting QB on Monday. Another look. And another. One more. And a columnist says that Rick Neuheisel shouldn't go back to Ben Olson when he's healthy again around mid-October.
- USC QB Mark Sanchez and the most-watched knee in LA. My take from practice. Another take. And another. The inside story of USC receiver Damian Williams' decision to transfer from Arkansas. Scott Wolf's notes include a coach who thinks he should be fired.
- Washington QB Jake Locker returns to practice and looked to be at full-speed. Notes from practice. True freshmen may be in the mix, including at running back.
- Washington State feels pretty good about its linebackers. Jim Moore seems excited about QB Gary Rogers