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Second helpings: Links for Aug. 29

Post by Todd Milles / The News Tribune on Aug. 29, 2009 at 10:17 am with No Comments »
August 29, 2009 10:17 am

Some quick-hit stuff around the Pac-10. Most teams are into regular-season mode:


ARIZONA: Zendejas on shaky footing as Wildcats’ starting placekicker amid recent struggles.


ARIZONA STATE: Because of injuries, Osweiler, a true freshman from Montana and former Gonzaga men’s basketball recruit, will serve as No. 2 quarterback behind Sullivan.


CALIFORNIA: Utah product Sofele is the only true freshman guaranteed playing time. He’ll play receiver, and special teams.


OREGON: Receiver rotation will be solidified after weekend workouts.


OREGON STATE: It’s not out of the realm of possibility that Jacquizz, the reigning Pac-10 offensive MVP, could play some quarterback.


STANFORD: Earliest commitment in program history, freshman linebacker spent extra time recruiting others.


UCLA: After Friday scrimmage, coach Neuheisel declares Bruins offense unfit for game-day action.


USC: Lost in quarterback carousel is the quiet emergence of McKnight into the starting tailback role.


WASHINGTON STATE: A decision on the starting quarterback between Lopina and Lobbestael should come Tuesday.

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