Ted Miller We have the rest of our lives to be mediocre, but we have the opportunity to play like gods for the next half of football. Arizona has youngest overall offensive line of the six major conferences.*The Wildcats*get a commitment from a receiver. Brock Osweiler takes the keys at Arizona State. California receiver Michael Calvin is hoping for a happy ending to an injury-riddled career. For some Colorado players, a visit to Hawaii is a homecoming. The numbers tell a clear story: The Buffs' offense has been bad. Oregon-LSU: A great matchup with plenty of sideshows, including a reappearance of Sideshow Willie. Some interesting lineup issues that coach Chip Kelly isn't talking about. The critical battle: The Ducks' offensive line vs. LSU's defensive line. Like many Oregon State players, receiver Markus Wheaton is hurt. Unlike most of them, he'll play Saturday. A couple of true freshmen will make history for the Beavers. Stanford's depth-chart questions are answered. The offensive line will be interesting to watch. UCLA is hoping for better chemistry -- among the coaches as well as the players. USC wants to take control of the Coliseum. Wins, not statistics are key for quarterback Matt Barkley, who is likely on his farewell tour. Utah coach Kyle Whittingham has embraced the larger Pac-12 spotlight. But will he get a kick out of the season? (And, Utes fans, that's the sort of super-awesome puns we come up with in the Pac-12). Washington is hoping for special teams improvement. Quarterback Keith Price will be his own man. Washington State coach Paul Wulff is no stranger to the folks at Idaho State. Some practice notes. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-10 Blog Click here to view the article.