Here is some of the information floating around on action in other Pacific-10 Conference camps:
ARIZONA: Lighter, quicker Dotsy is up next to replace graduated three-year starter Joe Longacre at right guard.
ARIZONA STATE: 89.1 yards on the ground in 2008 won't cut it. The Sun Devils have to improve on that, won't they? It was their lowest rushing total since 1946.
CALIFORNIA: First day in pads Tuesday, and Heisman Trophy candidate Jahvid Best held up to the hits just fine.
OREGON: It's a common feeling. Teams don't like going to play on the "Smurf Turf." Add tight end Ed Dickson to the list.
OREGON STATE: Lyle Moevao is coming around slowly. Sean Canfield is coming on fast. How do the Beavers avoid a quarterback controversy in August?
STANFORD: Not much covered. If you have a subscription to Scout.com, there is a feature on local product David DeCastro, an offensive lineman.
UCLA: Touted Ramirez is drawing comparisons to former star Maurice Jones-Drew at tailback. Is he up to it?
USC: Not so fast to clear quarterback Aaron Corp. He woke up with swelling in his knee, and today will have an MRI on it.
WASHINGTON STATE: The Cougars start two-a-day practices this morning, and redshirt freshman Daniel Simmons, a California kid, is doing his best to grab a hold of a starting cornerback spot (which, in recent past, has been a troublesome spot).