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Morning kickoff: Arizona safety suffers second ACL tear on same knee

Post by Ryan Divish on April 18, 2012 at 12:55 am with No Comments »
April 18, 2012 12:55 am

Kind of took a hiatus from the links for a few days, but that won’t happen again … until it does.

Kevin Gemmell of ESPN writes about Jesse Callier and replacing Chris Polk

Here’s all the info on the spring game

ESPN released it’s top 150 recruits for 2013 …. there are few Pac-12 teams in there with commits led by USC’s commitment from Max Browne and DT Kenny Bigelow

North Division

Cal: The Bears weren’t going to have a spring game, but now they are.

Oregon: Rob Mosley writes about a scrimmage that the media didn’t get to see. As you know, the practices are closed to the media and public. Here’s a story and a poll on it.  … don’t be surprised if more of UW’s practices are closed in the future.  Some video on Mosley’s blog too.

Oregon State: Defensive coordinator Mark Banker ran practice on Tuesday with Mike Riley out of town for personal reasons.  Here’s a practice report.

Washington State: Christian Caple wrote about third-string QB David Gilbertson. … Here’s his practice blog post with notes and video of Mike Leach

South Division

Arizona: Tough break for safety Adam Hall, who tore the ACL in his right knee for the second time. …  Several walk-ons are getting long looks and have earned shots at playing time.

Colorado: The school is planning a transformational upgrade at Folsom Field. Ryan Thorburn says the team needs leaders. …  Head coach Jon Embree is prepared for the youth movement. Some video at the end of the story.

UCLA: Center Jacob Brendel has a case of the yips with his exchanges. Here’s some video of Mora talking with the media. Oft-injured cornerback Anthony Jefferson is playing well now that he’s healthy.

USC: The Trojans released their post-spring depth chart … Gary Klein looks at the depth chart … ESPN Radio will broadcast USC games nationwide

Utah: The Utes are “loaded” at the tight end position. …

 

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