Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Pac-10 lunch links: Update on Oregon's tumbling fan
By ESPN.com staff
Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller
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- Arizona is looking for better defensive tackles.
- Arizona State's bye week didn't start great. Clint Floyd, a true freshman who has started the past two games at strong safety, is expected to miss two to four weeks because of a lacerated kidney, and, Matt Hustad, a backup offensive lineman expected to break into the starting lineup when he got healthy, won't because he's now out for the season, requiring a second knee surgery.
- The latest on The Great Falling Fan at Oregon. And quarterback Justin Roper looks fairly healthy as he tries to get his job back.
- Oregon State safety Al Afalava, who knocked Washington quarterback Jake Locker out in last year's game, said his family is concerned about what might happen to him at Husky Stadium.
- Is Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh about to become a hot coaching commodity? Note the status of the Bay Area's two NFL teams.
- More changes for the UCLA offensive line, but will it help the running game against Stanford?
- USC running back Joe McKnight is questionable for the visit to Washington State.
- It's almost certain that Washington quarterback Jake Locker won't play again this season.
- Washington State quarterback Gary Rogers thought he was paralyzed when he went down against Portland State