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Friday, April 27, 2012
Pac-12 lunch links: Lots of draft picks today
By ESPN.com staff
Former Arizona quarterback Nick Foles'
dream will shortly come true
Not many surprises on Arizona State's
-- no resolution at quarterback.
Whatever happened to linebacker
Vontaze Burfict? (I'll say this: He's worth a late-round pick. Period).
For the first time in four years, no California player was a first-round pick. But a Bear likely
will be tapped today
makes a positive impression
on Colorado coaches. When might guard Ryan Miller
go in the draft
No first round picks
for Oregon? Who cares when you beat everybody's brains out! The Ducks do have
one unPleasant question
(I did that all by myself).
Oregon State fans should
expect good things
from San Mannion 2.0. New defensive backs coach Rod Perry, an NFL lifer,
is figuring out college life
The funny thing is it's
a surprise just two
Stanford players were picked in the first round.
This well-traveled defensive lineman is
making an impression
for UCLA. Has redshirt freshman Brett Hundley
made his move at quarterback
USC has two players
selected in the first round
, guys who know each other well from bumping heads. More on Matt Barkley
returning to USC
A look at Utah after its
second spring practice
as a Pac-12 member. Questions
remain on the offensive line and at linebacker
A cheat sheet
for understanding the math of Washington's spring game. (Me: "It was my understanding that there would be no math during the spring game.")
Washington State: The most Jake Rodgers
. I had a great Jake Rodgers in high school back in the '80s by the way.
Maybe the BCS died because college football
listened to the fans
. Not sure this guy doesn't
deserve some credit
, too. How about a T-shirt, Dan, "I killed the BCS."