Ted Miller Practices are now full-contact, which means teams are a-hitting, which is a cool thing. So what happened over the weekend? Arizona's running game -- or lack thereof --*suggests it will pass a lot this fall. Doug Haller's assessment of Arizona State's scrimmage? "Started bad and pretty much got worse." There was some good and bad at Colorado's scrimmage. At UCLA, Richard Brehaut shined in the QB competition with Kevin Prince. Defense dominated USC's scrimmage. It appears that some injury news at Washington isn't as bad as suspected -- from the official website: "Starting cornerback Quinton Richardson left midway through the evening practice to get X-rays on his lower leg. Those X-rays were negative, and the initial word late Saturday night was that he has a contusion or possibly a sprain." Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-10 Blog Click here to view the article.