Ted Miller Happy Friday. An early camp standout for Arizona gets hurt. Breaking down Arizona's schedule. A Germanic influence on the Wildcats O-line. Arizona State's Jamal Miles doesn't get the credit he deserves. Sun Devils on the skills you need to play. A knee injury ends the season for California's starting fullback. A foot race between two Bears is put on hold. Old man Hawkins looks to contribute for Colorado. Quarterback Tyler Hansen has been sharp thus far. A former Oregon quarterbacl is focused on his new job. A practice report. Oregon State athletic director Bob De Carolis*begins his battle with*Parkinson’s Disease. A practice update. Things are not settled at running back. Stanford is deep at running back. No offensive line in the nation has a better tandem than these two beasts, one of whom is a classics major (well, "Arma virumque cano, Troiae qui primus ab oris, Italiam fato profugus Laviniaque venit" to you, Jonathan Martin). UCLA has talent but needs consistency at receiver, and the lack thereof bothers coordinator Mike Johnson. Suddenly the backup quarteback job at USC is up for grabs. Lots of talk about the Trojans young receivers, but what about the old ones? Quarterback Jordan Wynn and the Utah offense looked pretty good in a scrimmage. More here. Washington is replacing two linebackers. A practice report. Washington State gets after it in a scrimmage. From Iraq to Pullman, this lineman's see a lot. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-10 Blog Click here to view the article.