Again, some of the stuff happening up and down the West Coast at other Pacific-10 Conference camps:
ARIZONA: For a second consecutive season, part of the Wildcats' fall camp will be held at a military base – Fort Huachuca.
ARIZONA STATE: It's official – Thomas Weber will punt and placekick for a third consecutive season (sure keeps the scholarship dollars for special teams to a minimum).
CALIFORNIA: Incumbent Kevin Riley is distancing himself from others for the starting quarterback job (and coach Jeff Tedford noted at Pac-10 media day he won't employ a quarterback-by-committee approach this season).
OREGON: Here's something you might see more frequently – helmet cameras. Ducks quarterbacks are debuting them in practice.
OREGON STATE: New tailback trying to emerge for playing time behind star Rodgers.
STANFORD: The Cardinal started hitting in practice as well – minus running back Toby Gerhart, who should issue enough punishment later on (by the way, Stanford's open practice only drew 10 spectators).
UCLA: Maiava, a Colorado transfer, is quickly establishing himself as the offensive line's leader at center.
USC: In case you missed the biggest injury news, starting quarterback Aaron Corp will miss up to three weeks with a small fracture in his leg. This could really open the door to the Matt Barkley era.
WASHINGTON STATE: Serving his short suspension from NCAA violations while at Eastern Washington, coach Paul Wulff was back on the field with the Cougars on Wednesday.