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Mid-morning kickoff: Different debuts for Brett Hundley and Mike Leach

Post by Ryan Divish on Aug. 31, 2012 at 11:15 am with No Comments »
August 31, 2012 11:15 am

Well, the first night of college football in the Pac-12 was far from dull. Brett Hundley took his very first snap of his career for UCLA and went 72 yards for a touchdown in a Bruins win over Rice. Meanwhile, new Washington State head coach Mike Leach endured a sloppy and touchdown-less performance from his team in a loss 30-6 loss to a very good BYU team.

Let’s get to it ….

BYU 30, Washington State 6

Yes, WSU looked sloppy. Way too many penalties and two bad interceptions from Jeff Tuel hurt them. But BYU is a very good and physical football team. That what impressed me the most. That BYU team will be a Top 25 team this season.

Here’s Mike Leach’s postgame interview

Christian Caple of the Spokesman has everything you could want in WSU links on his blog

UCLA 49, Rice 24

Yes, one-time Husky recruit Brett Hundley was great and Jim Mora didn’t say anything regrettable in the Bruins win

Here’s Peter Yoon’s game grades

Utah 41, Northern Colorado 0

AP photo

The Utes dominated as expected and Jordan Wynn played pretty well. Touted freshman back-up quarterback Travis Wilson made his debut. Columnist Gordon Monson explains the Theory of Relativity for the Utes when looking at the win.

Here’s some video highlights

Arizona State 63, Northern Arizona 6

Arizona State running back Cameron Marshall, center, celebrates with Evan Finkenberg, left, and Jamil Douglas after scoring a first quarter touchdown (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)

Here’s Doug Haller’s game story …. Columnist Paola Boivin writes that Todd Graham was impressive in his debut. Here’s a few video highlights

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