Ted Miller Once upon a time, and a very good time it was, there was a moocow coming down along the road. It appears that Arizona will be without star receiver Juron Criner at Oklahoma State, which is not good. Missouri will start an inexperienced quarterback at Arizona State. The Sun Devils are hoping to beat a ranked team for the first time since 2007. California didn't get its kicks in the season opener. The Bears will be down a receiver at Colorado. Colorado wide receiver Toney Clemons and coach Jon Embree try to get on the same page. The quarterback of the future looks good. It's uncertain if Oregon running back Kenjon Barner will play against Nevada, which has a pistol offense that will challenge the Ducks. Is quarterback Ryan Katz going to be Oregon State's scapegoat? Trying to make the special teams special. Stanford is just LOADED at tight end. Previewing the Cardinal's visit to Duke. UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel blows his top at practice. Quarterback Kevin Prince's status remains uncertain. USC wideout Robert Woods finds that catching 17 passes has its downside. Some notes, including a look at the uncertain running back situation. Utah is glad to get a starting offensive tackle back. There*could be more sharing in the backfield. Washington's star last week was a kicker. Running back Chris Polk is getting better. Washington State quarterback Marshall Lobbestael gets a second act. Jon Wilner on expansion madness. Why are SEC lines so much bigger? Three words: Biscuits and gravy. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-10 Blog Click here to view the article.