Ted Miller Injuries have been a big -- too big -- story in the Pac-12 this year. That didn't change this past week. UCLA quarterback Richard Brehaut fractured his lower leg in the first half of the Bruins game with Washington State and is likely out for the season. So Kevin Prince is -- again -- the man. And if he can't stay healthy? True freshman Brett Hundley, perhaps? Colorado receiver Paul Richardson is out for 2-3 weeks with a sprained knee. Richardson is the Buffaloes best receiver, so this is big hit. Arizona safety Adam Hall made his season debut after suffering an ACL injury in spring practices. He led the Wildcats with 10 tackles in a loss at Oregon State. On the down side for the Wildcats, WR Juron Criner sprained his knee in the first quarter against Oregon State and didn't return. It's still unclear who will start at quarterback for Washington State on Saturday against Stanford, and the odds might favor Marshall Lobbestael. Jeff Tuel, who fractured his clavicle in the season-opener, was not cleared to play against UCLA. Oregon runningback LaMichael James will be out at least a few weeks after dislocating his elbow. The big question is will be be ready to go by Nov. 12, when the Ducks visit Stanford. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-10 Blog Click here to view the article.