Took a much-needed day off Tuesday, and the blog was a little light in content. We'll return to its thorough content today for a 3 p.m. practice. Meanwhile, some news around the Pacific-10 Conference:
ARIZONA: Sure, the Wildcats cannot pick a starting quarterback. But that doesn't mean they can't make decisions – like, for example, moving Golden from cornerback to safety, which has worked out just fine.
ARIZONA STATE: Touted defensive end has been suspended for three games because of a team violation.
CALIFORNIA: New offensive coordinator (Ludwig) has a long history with Tedford's designs.
OREGON: Masoli sharper in scrimmage seen only by a few VIP folks, including Nike's Knight.
OREGON STATE: Mike Riley has seen plenty in his years in football, but not this – a freshman starter at offensive tackle.
STANFORD: The Luck Era is officially underway in Palo Alto, and he's ready to run with it.
UCLA: Harris back with the No. 1 Bruins offense on the offensive line.
USC: Can Corp take control of the quarterback job with the Trojans? He's healthy, and willing.
WASHINGTON STATE: Another position preview, this time on the linebackers. It is a position the Cougars do have hope for as being a real strength, especially with Federal Way High product Andre Barrington and Idaho native Darren Markle being contributors in the near future.