Preseason camp news from Wednesday:
ARIZONA: Lewis is a loud leader, and the Wildcats' most NFL-ready player at linebacker.
ARIZONA STATE: A few Sun Devils feel the offense will rebound just fine.
CALIFORNIA: Lots of injuries, lots of frustration – so much, coach Jeff Tedford is reportedly closing access to fall practices. No links available.
OREGON: Some things, football players just don't like – shaking hands in what is turning out to be a heated non-conference rivalry game with Boise State.
OREGON STATE: Not a great night for James Rodgers. He tweaked a knee, and lost a contact lens.
STANFORD: Top quarterbacks, including Clover Park's Pritchard, look sharp at team scrimmage.
UCLA: Kia, a candidate to start at left guard, is carted from practice field with knee injury.
USC: Seems like most of the news these days centers on the quarterback situation. And the Trojans have important decisions to make concerning Corp and Barkley.
WASHINGTON STATE: Seeking an energy bump, coach Paul Wulff has moved fall camp workouts off the practice field, and on to Martin Stadium (by the way, former WSU quarterback Alex Brink is back with the Houston Texans).