Monday, August 17, 2009
Pac-10 lunch links: No leader in Arizona QB competition
By ESPN.com staff
Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller
People say I'm the life of the party because I tell a joke or two.
- Neither Arizona quarterback played well in the first scrimmage.
- Danny Sullivan appears close to nailing down the starting job at quarterback for Arizona State. The Sun Devils have a couple of high-profile transfers waiting in the wings.
- Breaking down California, position by position. Noting the Bears, who look like Kevin Riley's team.
- Oregon's Nate Costa, slated to start a year ago before a knee injury ended his season, looks like he's healthy enough to be the backup quarterback. What else happened at the scrimmage?
- After one week at Oregon State, the most nagging question might be offensive tackle.
- Tavita Pritchard says he's not mad that Andrew Luck is Stanford's starting quarterback.
- UCLA is looking for a deep threat and it has more than one option. This Chane is strong for the Bruins, but defensive tackle Jess Ward is hurting.
- USC's running backs got an earful from Pete Carroll and responded. Meet the new Big Trojan on Campus.
- So... how much are they Angels going to pay Washington quarterback Jake Locker just to think about playing baseball at some point?
- Kevin Lopina has taken a lead over Marshall Lobbestael in Washington State's quarterback competition, and No. 3 J.T. Levenseller is going to transfer. The uncomfortable thing here is Mike Levenseller, the Cougars receivers coach, is J.T.'s dad.