Pac-10 Football: Tuesday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent ISeptember 14, 2010

PASADENA, CA - SEPTEMBER 11:  Ryan Whalen #8 of Stanford celebrates his touchdown with Konrad Reuland #88 and Doug Baldwin #89 against UCLA during the first quarter at Rose Bowl on September 11, 2010 in Pasadena, California.  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
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The Pac-10 suspended the officiating crew from the UVA-USC game this past weekend after a big blown call in the second quarter. The call hurt the Cavaliers…go figure.

No. 24 Arizona knows it will be facing a challenge this weekend with the size of the No. 9 Iowa Hawkeyes.

Arizona State starting quarterback Steven Threet has beat Wisconsin before, which makes the Sun Devils’ playing the Badgers this weekend more interesting.

California offensive line coach Steve Marshall on one of his players: “Chris epitomizes what college football is all about.”

It was initially thought that No. 19 Stanford had potentially ended UCLA quarterback Kevin Prince’s season as the Bruins’ quarterback, but UCLA head coach Rick Neuheisel said otherwise.

Oregon punter Jackson Rice was named the Pac-10 Special Teams Player of the Week for his four punts this past weekend against Tennessee.

Oregon State head coach Mike Riley did not have much to say about his team’s bye week this early in the year.

Southern California is tied for the nation’s lead in penalties with 24, but leads in penalty yardage with 240 through just two games.

Stanford sported the Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Week in the Cardinal’s dismantling of UCLA.

Washington’s Jake Locker has some serious experience playing ranked teams early in the year.

Already with as many wins as they had a year ago, Washington State heads to Dallas to take on Southern Methodist this weekend.