Pac-10 Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 15, 2010

BERKELEY, CA - SEPTEMBER 11: Head coach Jeff Tedford of the California Golden Bears looks on against the Colorado Buffaloes at California Memorial Stadium on September 11, 2010 in Berkeley, California. (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)
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Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz believes Arizona will compete for the Pac-10 championship this year.

Arizona State head coach Dennis Erickson believes his team will find out their value during their game against No. 11 Wisconsin this weekend.

If you did not think much of Connecticut when Randy Edsall recorded his program-record 67th career win, then you won’t think much of California’s program, either. (My note: I love what Edsall has done and continues to do with UConn. I also have a lot of respect for Jeff Tedford and the level of competition he has brought California football up to.)

If UCLA hopes to turn things around, they might have to do so with their freshman running back Malcolm Jones getting the majority of the carries.

Oregon head coach Chip Kelly: “The team that you play on Saturday shouldn't be an indication of how hard you practice Monday through Friday.” Pac-10 blogger Ted Miller has two Oregon State players on his Pac-10 Heisman watch.

A lot of former Heisman winners spoke out on ex-Southern California running back Reggie Bush returning the trophy.

One Sporting News writer has USC where in his Pac-10 rankings?

Washington is the latest school to shuffle their offensive line around.

Here are the latest practice notes for Washington State, as they prepare themselves to take on Southern Methodist in Dallas this weekend.

VIDEO: Stanford head coach Jim Harbaugh and cornerback Michael Thomas talk about their victory over UCLA and their upcoming opponent, Wake Forest.