Pac-10 Football: Thursday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent ISeptember 16, 2010

PASADENA, CA - SEPTEMBER 11:  Andrew Luck #12 of Stanford in a huddle against UCLA before the game at the Rose Bowl on September 11, 2010 in Pasadena, California.  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
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Mike Stoops has been happy with one of his freshman defenders thus far at Arizona.

Arizona State defensive coordinator Craig Bray is very unpleased with the Sun Devils’ defense.

California meets with Nevada tomorrow night. Who has 10 reasons why Nevada will beat the Golden Bears?

This weekend’s game between UCLA and Houston will feature two questionable quarterbacks—one in terms of an injury, the other in terms of playing ability.

Oregon’s mascot is lifted by Duck fans during home games each time Oregon scores. It is lifted for every point on the scoreboard. During the Ducks’ 72-0 killing of New Mexico, there were a grand total of 506 pushups. Pac-10 blogger Ted Miller has Oregon State giving up 24 points to Louisville in Corvallis.

Usually, Southern California has a stable of available talent. After NCAA sanctions and multiple transfers, the Trojans are feeling the results of a skeletal roster.

Andrew Luck spoke out by saying that he and other Stanford players hate playing late games. But Stanford will not listen; they are receiving $300,000 for the broadcast on ESPN.

Washington is taking a page right out of Florida’s book. The Huskies have scheduled an in-state cream puff for their 2014 non-conference slate.

Washington State ended hitting yesterday until they face Southern Methodist on Saturday. This is a good thing because the Cougars are facing a lot of little injuries.