Lunch links: Cougs center out for SD State
September, 16, 2011
By Ted Miller | ESPN.com
- Arizona cornerback Shaquille Richardson is trying to develop a short memory and thick skin. Wide receiver David Douglas waits his turn.
- Arizona State gets ready for another dual-threat quarterback. A scouting report.
- California coach Jeff Tedford moves toward a landmark. A practice update, including defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast talking about the defense, which got beaten up by Colorado.
- Colorado believes it will have its hands full with Colorado State. It didn't take long for Paul Richardson to announce himself as an elite wide receiver.
- The injury to Oregon linebacker Michael Clay, who looks very day-to-day, thins the Ducks' linebacker depth. O-lineman Carson York is a good player and a smart guy.
- Should Oregon State redshirt James Rodgers? Here's a column that says yes.
- Stanford's pass defense, which hasn't been great, gets ready for Arizona quarterback Nick Foles. This is the Cardinal's first big test.
- UCLA's Derrick Coleman isn't fancy but he's effective. It appears Kevin Prince will start at quarterback.
- A final decision on USC D-lineman Armond Armstead's status should come shortly. A true freshman is expected to start on the O-line.
- Does BYU have an edge over Utah? Does the rivalry need to cool down?
- Washington's receivers, shut down by Nebraska in the previous two meetings, are hoping for redemption. Some practice notes.
- Washington State linebacker C.J. Mizell has grown up as a player and person. The Cougars' starting center is doubtful at San Diego State.