Pac-10 Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 22, 2010

TUCSON, AZ - SEPTEMBER 18:  Head coach Mike Stoops of the Arizona Wildcats high fives teammates after scoring a touchdown during the college football game against the Iowa Hawkeyes at Arizona Stadium on September 18, 2010 in Tucson, Arizona. The Wildcats defeated the Hawkeyes 34-27.  (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
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When asked about his win over Iowa, Arizona head coach Mike Stoops referred to the game as a “program-changing win.”

One Arizona State wide receiver is not trying to think about playing his former school when the Sun Devils take on the Oregon Ducks this weekend.

California is 3-11 the past 14 games being ranked. They play much better when they are not ranked, compiling a 17-2 record over the past 19 games.

If UCLA has any hope of playing Texas tough this week, then it must cut down on its turnovers.

Oregon leads the Pac-10 in 16 of 31 statistical categories tracked by the conference.

There are now officially two blue turf fields in the country, the obvious one belonging to Boise State. So, who owns the other?

Southern California quarterback Matt Barkley had a set of goals prior to the start of the season. His play against Minnesota certainly did not help his progression in achieving said goals.

Stanford head coach Jim Harbaugh was extremely open in his reasoning to disclose the Cardinal’s star wide receiver Ryan Whalen’s injury: “As soon as we tell [the media], you tell Notre Dame. There's no advantage to doing that."

On his team’s crushing loss to Nebraska, Washington’s Jake Locker had this to say: “I will learn a lot from it and it will make me a better football player.”

Washington State head coach Paul Wulff on his team’s game with USC this week, compared to last year: "I hope and believe it's going to be better.”