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Friday, May 28, 2010
Pac-10 lunch links
By Adam Rittenberg
Greetings from Big Ten country. I come in peace. Figures, since I grew up in Berkeley.
Commissioner Larry Scott is going bi-coastal as he makes some
good moves to improve the Pac-10 brand
, George Schroeder writes in The (Eugene) Register-Guard.
Oregon State hands down some discipline, which means
bye-bye to quarterback Peter Lalich
, a transfer from Virginia, Cliff Kirkpatrick writes in the (Corvallis) Gazette-Times.
Stanford's Andrew Luck and Washington's Jake Locker
rank 1-2 among Pac-10 quarterbacks
, according to collegefootballnews.com.
Defensive end Armond Armstead is
USC's No. 4 most-indispensable player
, Michael Lev writes in The Orange County Register. Former Trojans quarterback
Todd Marinovich is channeling his inner Picasso
Arizona's new athletic director is open to the
possibility of playing more football games in the Phoenix area
, Christopher Veck writes in The Arizona Republic.
Quarterback Kevin Prince is
UCLA's most-indispensable player
, Adam Maya writes in The Orange County Register.
A look back at
Cal's top wide receivers from the past decade
It looks like
Washington has added its 11th verbal commit
for 2011 in receiver Jamaal Jones, Bob Condotta writes in The Seattle Times.
An entertaining list of
10 strange but true Stanford sports stories
from Scout.com's Mark DeVaughn.