Thursday, June 4, 2009
Pac-10 lunch links: Hicks arrested again
By Ted Miller
Posted by ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg
Let's take a spin around the Pac-10.
- More bad news for Washington State star safety Xavier Hicks, who was arrested for third degree driving with a suspended license. Is this the final strike for Hicks?
- Washington has lost out on heralded prep quarterback Jake Heaps, who will announce his commitment to BYU Thursday, Bob Condotta and Tom Wyrwich write in The Seattle Times. Stanford, meanwhile, has landed a top quarterback from Utah in Dallas Lloyd.
- UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel and several of his colleagues recently spent the night in one of Saddam Hussein's old palaces, the Los Angeles Times' Adam Rose writes in his blog.
- Oregon players Jeff Kendall and Cole Linehan slimmed down for life after football, and here's how, SI.com's George Dohrmann writes.
- Cal hasn't responded well to high expectations in recent years, the San Jose Mercury News' Jon Wilner writes in his blog.
- Check out the Pac-10 TV schedule for football here.