Lunch links: Cougs OLB Mayes in trouble
May, 20, 2013
By Ted Miller | ESPN.com
I love power. But it is as an artist that I love it. I love it as a musician loves his violin, to draw out its sounds and chords and harmonies.
- Arizona's backup RB Daniel Jenkins won't transfer to Washington State, as was previously announced.
- Arizona State coach Todd Graham wants to channel Tom Coughlin.
- Memorial Stadium financing at California ... well ... why not be optimistic!
- Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre is looking for Aaron Rodgers but he'd settle for a Whit Taylor.
- This former Oregon great dominated in two sports.
- Some Chip Kelly wit and wisdom, but he's got a couple of Oregon State Beavers competing at cornerback.
- Is Stanford the Pac-12's rising national power?
- You should expect UCLA LB Eric Kendricks to be less underrated this fall.
- Former USC QB Carson Palmer looks for a satisfying career finish in Arizona.
- A former Utah player and coach was the touchstone for the offseason's most ridiculous story: Nick Saban as the devil. Yeah, let's take this seriously.
- Some observations about Washington.
- Logan Mayes adds his name to a list of Washington State players who are having offseason off-field issues.
- And this is the best news you will get today.
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